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Testimonies like the following are what the Creation Museum and Answers in Genesis ministry are all about:
I wanted to write and let you know that last Saturday we visited the Creation Museum. It was a wonderful experience. We knew that it would be good, but it was even better than we expected.
We were traveling from New York back to Little Rock and came through Cincinnati just to see the Creation Museum. We had a group of high school juniors and seniors with us, and we were on a tight schedule to try to arrive home before midnight. We had our two youngest sons with us. Kirk is 11 and Kyle is 10. We decided to see as much as we could in the short amount of time that we had.
One of the first things that we did was see the video presentation on The Last Adam. It was excellent and we enjoyed it very much. As we left the room, Kyle turned to me and said, “Dad, am I saved?” I reassured him that he was. He had prayed to receive Christ when he was four years old and it seemed real at the time.
We went out into the area outside of the theater and looked at the minerals on the wall. At this point Kyle said to me, “Dad, I’m not saved.” We sat and talked for a few minutes, and I really came to believe that when he was younger he may not have understood what it was to be a Christian.
My wife was nearby, and I told her what Kyle was saying to me. We all had a seat on a bench in the museum, and in a simple child-like way Kyle asked Jesus to be Lord of his life. As we were traveling back and they were sleeping my wife told me that she felt like Kyle had been struggling with the issue of salvation for some time.
I write to you, thanking you for the Creation Museum. We took others there thinking it would change their lives, and there is no doubt that it did, but our greatest reward is that through Kyle being saved at your museum, his life and ours have been changed forever!
The talk “Were There Dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark?” drew a capacity crowd of 400 homeschoolers and their parents. In addition to homeschoolers, there were two local Christian schools that brought students to the Monday morning meeting and the lively question and answer time. We praise God for the opportunity of reaching so many young people. We pray that they will be better equipped to stand boldly for God’s Word.
EveryoneThanks for stopping by and thanks for praying, Ken
(Psalm 87:7) all my springs are in you.
When our hopes on earth fail, we turn to the Lord Jesus Christ and tell Him that all our springs of happiness, security, peace, and fulfillment are in Him.