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Last week, we had a visitor to the Creation Museum who came all the way from Australia to also attend a Christian conference in our area (where I spoke Thursday evening)—many from this conference visited the Creation Museum last week.
Our special visitor, Joseph, has been blind since birth. He just loves the AiG ministry. Joseph Stephen is a programmer for the Jaws software for blind readers and actively works with ministry friend Larry Pierce and his Online Bible, a powerful Bible software that is friendly to blind users. Joseph is from Adelaide, Australia. Even though he was blind since birth, it has not stopped his desire for the gospel or for getting around. He has made multiple trips to the USA, having a parent company located in Florida that he works with. Here is a photograph taken of Joseph and me in my office:
You can find out more about the Online Bible program (it is a Bible program I use every day) and the Jaws software for blind people that works with it, from the AiG website.
… many are saying they want to come back. One little boy that came out of ‘The Last Adam’ [museum theater presentation] said he wanted Jesus. Also some who are not Christians [husbands of the wives] had some very good comments, I hope to see them in church to be saved. I am very pleased with the response and the ministry that the museum has. …Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying. And please pray for Joseph as he travels on his own back to Australia.
I have begun a new segment into our morning service. After a couple of songs and the announcements, I ring a school bell and put an apple on my pulpit and tell everyone I am going to school them in apologetics. I then have a 3-5 minute ‘hard questions answered’ out of Ken Ham's book. ‘The New Answers Book.’ This is a small part but I hope to see more and more of that direction being taken . Also I would like to see other churches taken this stand.