For those of you who live in our region, I wanted to let you know of two special events we are involved in that will take place in Northern Kentucky next week.
First, I will be one of the keynoters at a “Sufficiency of Scripture” conference at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, December 10–12. I will be joining Doug Phillips, Voddie Baucham, Paul Washer, and others for a seminar on the Word of God and how it applies to the local church and home life—all designed to uphold our belief that Scripture alone provides the right answers to our modern-day challenges in both home and church life. This national event will be held only about 20 miles from our Creation Museum.
The conference hosts wrote to us and stated that their meeting “is a remarkable opportunity for people to come to a conference and receive teaching on trusting the Word of God as sufficient, and then go ‘down the street’ and visit the only state-of-the-art museum in the world that models, inspires, teaches, and exhibits exactly the same thing” (i.e., our Creation Museum). They added: “We are very excited to be in your neck of the woods and to have all of our conference attendees going to the Creation Museum.”
I will be speaking on the first night, Thursday, at 8pm on the topic “Our Declining Church and Culture: The Genesis Connection and How to Continue a Godly Heritage.”
For information, go to the NCFIC website.
On Saturday, December 12, right after the conclusion of the "Sufficiency of Scripture" conference, the new documentary film The Mysterious Islands will be screened. This is the best creationist film produced this year dealing with Charles Darwin and his work on the “mysterious islands” of the Galapagos Islands that also has an emphasis on biblical authority in the creation/evolution debate. You can obtain copies of the DVD from AiG’s online bookstore.
Mark Looy of our staff will be a part of the festivities, greet the audience, and encourage them to visit the Creation Museum. For information on this beautifully produced film (many of our staff have seen it), go to the website for the Mysterious Islands Cincinnati premier (and where you can also order tickets).
Music at the Museum
Our arriving museum guests on Thursday were treated to special Christmas music provided by the choir from Delaware Christian School in Ohio. Under the direction of Mary Jane Griffin, they performed next to some of our Christmas displays inside the museum's main hall.
By the way, AiG’s Christmas program begins next week—Live Nativity with spectacular lights—a phenomenal program. Find out details from the Creation Museum website.
Let Me First
(Luke 9:61-62) And another also said, Lord, I will follow you; but let me first go bid them farewell, which are at home at my house. And Jesus said unto him, No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.
Hell is full of those who instead of immediately embracing the Savior, said let me first & we battle in the morning the let me first instead of devotions.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,