This time of year, many families are looking forward to school being out and summer vacation beginning. We’ve got a great vacation idea for your family coming up July 16–20, 2018. Join us for Equipping Families to Stand, a conference for the whole family, taking place at the Creation Museum. There’s something for everyone, with teaching sessions for mom and dad from Dennis and Barbara Rainey of FamilyLife, along with favorite AiG speakers, and special sessions for teens and a Vacation Bible School (VBS) program for kids.
Each registration includes a seven-day pass to the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter, so you can experience everything these world-class attractions have to offer, including a walk through biblical history, dinosaur den, insectorium, botanical gardens, zip lines, zoos, petting zoos, life-size Ark with three decks of stunning exhibits, and so much more. Even if you’ve visited the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum before, you’ll want to return because much has changed and been added since we opened both of these attractions.
The teaching at this conference is going to be wonderful. Dennis and Barbara Rainey are well-known for offering biblical wisdom for parenting and marriage, and you’ll find their insights helpful. You may have heard Dennis on his national radio program. Teens will love the sessions that address issues they’re dealing with today, and they’ll enjoy some “fun time” with a behind-the-scenes Creation Museum petting zoo tour, dinosaur sculpting, and a family concert with Buddy Davis. Kids will have an exciting day learning about Jesus from eternity past to eternity future with Time Lab, our apologetics-filled 2018 VBS. They’ll also have a zoo experience and a time of sculpting dinosaurs.
Your family won’t want to miss this exciting vacation experience. But early bird registration price ends on April 30, so be sure to save a spot for your family today by visiting the events page of our website.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.