We have many exciting activities happening next month at the Creation Museum! One of them is a special Christmas Dinner that my wife Mally and I are hosting in the museum’s Legacy Hall on Thursday, December 13.
I encourage you to join us that evening for a delicious dinner and live Christmas music. After dinner, I’ll be giving a brief and encouraging update on our evangelistic Ark Encounter project. You’ll also have an opportunity to see our recently completed full-scale Ark exhibit “bay” (one of 132 that will be built for the Ark) just outside the front of the museum.
More details are here.
Tickets to the dinner will help support the Ark Encounter, and a portion of each ticket will be tax deductible (no general request for donations will be made at the dinner). Guests arriving early can also preview some of the collectibles that will be available to bid on during a silent auction that evening. The auction will feature an original painting by Jon Taylor, a lead designer and illustrator for the Ark Encounter project, along with popular fossil-collector items and AiG gift baskets for all ages.
I hope you can join me for this special dinner as we celebrate the true reason for the season—Jesus Christ, our Creator, Lord, and Savior (Colossians 1). Please RSVP by calling (800) 350-3232 ext. 406. The deadline for reservation is December 6.
Also, if you live a distance away, consider staying an extra day or two for one of our free Christmas Town evening events on December 14 and 15. Featuring a free live nativity, tens of thousands of dazzling lights, and live dramas, Christmas Town is becoming an annual tradition for families all across the region. More than 25,000 came last year over eight nights! Here is a photo of only one small part of our heavily decorated museum grounds.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,