I enjoyed giving this couple a private tour (as I’ve done for many people over the years) of the life-size Noah’s Ark while the Ark was closed to the public (we are closed Sunday–Tuesday until March 10). I happened to be at the Ark anyway—doing some videotaping—on the afternoon the Tebows had asked to visit during their ministry tour of America. Since they had about a two-hour window of time between engagements (they had to fly to Montana later that day), I quickly showed them around the Ark. As we fellowshipped, I also found out something about their various ministries (including an outreach to special needs children and teens and to their families). They were both in awe of the size of the Ark and the incredible exhibits inside.
All kinds of people from all over the world visit the Ark each year and leave raving about the quality of the exhibits, the massive structure, and the beautiful grounds, zoo, and more.
I encourage you to plan your own visit at ArkEncounter.com. And remember, kids 10 and under are free for 2021.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.