Visiting recently at the Creation Museum with his family—for the fourth time—was Tony Breeden. Tony heads up a creationist ministry in West Virginia (where I am today—speaking at Appalachian Bible College, which includes an open-to-the-public talk Thursday evening) , and one of his outreaches (a national one) is to involve churches in something called Creation Sunday. Find out more about his unique ministry (he is also a very good speaker) at www.creationletter.com.
Creation Sunday (February 14) is a call to churches to dedicate a church service to the doctrine of creation and to counter something called the Clergy Letter Project, where churches (maybe 12,000 of them) will be—believe it or not—celebrating an “Evolution Sunday” (on the same date) and promoting evolution as true and Genesis as myth.
You can see a photo of Tony speaking to our staff last year here.
State of the Nation 2On February 16, there will be a live broadcast over our website (and on other places—to be announced) of an address I will be giving inside the Creation Museum on the state of the nation. Last year, my first State of the Nation presentation resulted in so much traffic on our website, the technology couldn’t handle it! However, we have greatly changed things for this year to be ready for such a possible response. I will tell you more about this presentation in future blogs.
For now, I urge you to set the date aside—go to AnswersLive.org for more information.
Christ our passoverThanks for stopping by and thanks for praying, Ken
(1 Corinthians 5:7) For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us
All will be judged guilty for their sins and go into hell unless they have the exemption (Passover or Pesach means exemption); the Lord Christ is our exemption.