For the past two days I have been speaking in Tennessee. On Sunday morning, I spoke at Red Bank Baptist Church (Chattanooga). One man came and told me that when he was a non-Christian, someone showed him a number of our DVDs; he said the Lord used these to change his life and become an on-fire Christian. I do hear many such testimonies from people out in the field when I am out speaking. How we praise the Lord for the lives He changes through the AiG ministry.
I heard many other testimonies in Red Bank as well: like the lady who told me she was greatly influenced by our resources as a young girl, and now she is bringing her children up on AiG material. That also makes me realize I am ageing!
Here are some photographs from Red Bank Baptist Church:
I also spoke at Highland Park Baptist Church Sunday evening for the Baccalaureate service for this year’s graduates of Tennessee Temple University.
After the service, I met a young boy who said he wanted to “grow up and be a creationist like Ken Ham,” so I had my photograph taken with him:
On Monday morning, I gave the commencement address to the graduates of Tennessee Temple University. Before I gave the address, the university honored the ministry of AiG by conferring on me an honorary doctorate. Praise the Lord for a university (one of a very few) that takes a solid stand on a literal Genesis. The evening before the graduation ceremony, I had dinner with the president and some faculty, including a biology professor, Dr. Andrew Fabich, who is an ardent biblical creationist—he was so thrilled to see me speaking at their Institution.
All that hear me this dayThanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
(Act 26:29) And Paul said, I would to God, that not only you, but also all that hear me this day, were both almost, and altogether such as I am, except these bonds.
The heart of a “soul winner” desires that everyone within the sound of his voice would be saved from his sins by the Lord Jesus Christ.