Earlier last week we announced several new Facebook Live programs were going to run while our Creation Museum and Ark Encounter are temporarily closed due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. It’s been a unique, new form of outreach that has become very popular in the past two weeks. For those of you who have yet to tune in, I’ll recap our list of programs and tell you the most-viewed (so far) sessions in each category.
If you “like” my Ken Ham public Facebook page and switch on notifications, you will be notified when we do these programs.
Now due to changing situations, it’s always possible we may have to make alterations to this schedule. However, if you “like” my Ken Ham public Facebook page and switch on notifications, you will be notified when we do these programs.
Roger Patterson of our staff does some fascinating science experiments for kids (and adults, too) Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. (Eastern Time). This Facebook Live program will be a great opportunity for children, homeschool families, and “stuck at home” families to learn how to understand God’s Word and operational science from a biblical perspective. It’s entirely possible that something will fizz, explode or splatter during Roger’s experiments, so keep alert!
You can watch this livestream on my Facebook page. So far, the most popular of all the Facebook live videos at this time has been Roger’s “Live From the Creation Museum Labs,” video archived on my Facebook page.
At noon (ET), we will be featuring a live speaker from the Creation Museum’s Legacy Hall, Monday through Friday. Even though these sessions have no live audience in the auditorium, our excellent presenters are speaking live to an online audience. You’ll learn the biblical perspective on a variety of intriguing topics from our PhD scientists and others, which will air on my Facebook page. It will also stream on our Answers in Genesis YouTube channel.
So far, speaker Bodie Hodge earns the top spot for most-viewed speaker videos, with his talk on Dinosaurs, Dragons, and the Bible archived here.
At 3 p.m. (ET) Monday–Friday, you can watch exciting live encounters with our zoo animals from both the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. Kids and adults alike will love seeing our animals and learning more about them from a biblical worldview perspective. You can watch live on my Facebook page.
Now I would have thought that something cute like a kangaroo, wallaby or perhaps a zonkey would have gotten the most views, but no. Apparently the appeal (hmm?) of creepy crawlies and the world’s largest spider from the Creation Museum were the most popular program so far! You can see that archived video here.
At 7 p.m. (ET), we have been doing behind-the-scenes tours from the Ark Encounter, the Creation Museum, and our design studio in Hebron, Kentucky on my Facebook. In each episode you’ll get to explore spaces that aren’t typically seen by guests, as well as learn more about our striking Bible-affirming exhibits.
We hope you’ve learned from them and have even been entertained with good family fun, from a biblical worldview.
Make sure to have the whole family watch, as this will be an exciting and informative evening. So far the most-viewed behind-the-scenes video has been the “Secret room” tour at the Ark Encounter. You can watch that archived video here.
For those who have caught some (or all) of or Facebook Live programs, we hope you’ve learned from them and have even been entertained with good family fun, from a biblical worldview. If you haven’t seen our live videos yet, we encourage you to check us out. We look forward to gathering this way at our two attractions. I know you’ll enjoy these special livestreams, with a variety of great content. (These videos will also be archived on my Facebook page and the Answers in Genesis YouTube if you can’t catch them live.)
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.