Today we had a staff devotional with the president of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), Dr. Jerry Johnson.
Dr. Johnson and I posed for a photo on the set of my special program with Buddy Davis to be held during Christmas Town (which starts tomorrow at 4:00 p.m.), and can you take a guess as to the special guests who will be making an appearance at the Christmas program? With the image of the Tardis, you may guess it has something to do with the sci-fi TV show Doctor Who.
Well, let me give you some hints about the content of the Christmas program as I ask you some questions:
Yes, I am a fan of the TV show. I enjoy relaxing every now and then as I watch Doctor Who. Of course, it is a secular TV program and the writers tend to include evolution, billions of years, and so on in their scripts, but they appropriately classify the show as science fiction.
I’m really looking forward to the opening of Christmas Town—it’s always an exciting time around the Creation Museum. And I’m looking forward to sharing a special Christmas program with my long-time friend and recording artist Buddy Davis. During the presentation, we’ll play music, have some good laughs, talk about the 7C’s of History (but we’re calling them the 7C’s of Christmas for the occasion), and we’ll even do some time travelling through the Tardis! It’s going to be a fun-filled evening, and yet it all points back to Jesus Christ and His birth.
After the devotional Dr. Johnson gave on the set of the special Christmas Town program, I took him and his family on a tour through the offices of Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum. AiG has been a member of the NRB and attended its annual convention for over twenty years. The NRB is an international association of Christian communicators working to spread the gospel to millions of people through media around the world. In today’s technological age, NRB’s work is essential for reaching many people—people who may never step into a church—with the message of the gospel. The NRB also champions religious liberty in America. Here is a photo of me with Dr. Johnson and his family.
I encourage you to come to the Cincinnati area and see the special 4:00 p.m. performance at Christmas Town. Christmas Town is being held Fridays and Saturdays this month (except Christmas Day). On the Creation Museum grounds you will see tens of thousands of dazzling lights and the wonderful live Nativity outdoors—you’re sure to enjoy it. It’s a free outreach. (By the way, museum admission after 5:00 p.m. on the eight days of Christmas Town is only $5.)
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.