Even though I like to joke that I dye my hair gray to make sure people know I’m getting older, I guess I have to admit that after nearly 50 years of ministry . . . I really am getting older! And that means younger people ask me what advice I have for the younger generations. How would you answer that question? Well, you can hear how I answered it in an episode of AiG’s podcast Zero Compromise.
This podcast, geared toward young people, is hosted by AiG’s Patricia Engler, Rob Webb, and Jessica DeFord. They release new episodes on a regular basis and feature many special guests from inside and outside the ministry. Recently I sat down with them for a fun interview on stories about the Ark Encounter, the history of the AiG ministry, and my advice for young Christians. You can watch that episode on YouTube (below) or find it on your favorite podcast platform.
I’ve also appeared on several other podcasts recently, including Teacher Edition, a podcast from BJU Press (Bob Jones University), answering questions teachers ask, such as:
You can enjoy that episode here.
I was also invited as a guest on a podcast for homeschoolers, the Zan Tyler Podcast: Thriving in Your Homeschool to discuss how vital it is to include creation apologetics in your curriculum and to teach a biblical worldview to children in your homeschool, no matter their age. We also had some fun discussing the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter and the impact these two attractions are having. You can watch part one of this interview in the video below.
While speaking in California recently, I also had the privilege of recording a podcast episode with Dr. John MacArthur, chancellor emeritus of Master’s University and long-time pastor at Grace Community Church.
This episode will be released later this spring, as will a podcast I recently recorded with my good friend Ray Comfort.
I am thankful for all of these opportunities to share the truth of God’s Word and the gospel with various audiences!
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.