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People from different cultures really are the same all over the world. They ask the same questions about origins, and most have been brainwashed with evolution/millions of years, just as we have in the U.S.
Through some special ministry friends, AiG has helped produce the first (to our knowledge) creation-apologetics books in Arabic. To help kick-start this Arabic outreach, we sent AiG speaker Dr. Terry Mortenson to Egypt recently to speak at what apparently was the first biblical creation seminar ever to be held in that nation.
Gospel literature is still effective in numerous ways. It is able to reach countries that are closed to missionaries. In countries where nationals get in trouble for talking with Christians, tracts can be distributed and read in private. And they can be easily passed around—an average of seven people read the same gospel tract.
Just after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, thousands of people couldn’t wait to get a copy of the Bible from missionaries handing them out on street corners. If you hand out Bibles today in the major cities (which is again illegal in most former Soviet countries), people walk by without interest.
Knowing the Creator through the saving grace of Jesus Christ means that a space-age engineer can find fulfillment in Christ—and help others find that fulfillment—in the US as well as on the other side of the world.
Great Britain was once known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. But the UK, once a light to the world, is now spiritually dark.
In the remote jungles of the Asian Pacific, the Wild family are seeing how God’s Word—presented in its full scope from Creation—can dispel any darkness.
As I crouched in the doorway of our wooden catamaran’s cabin, the lightning came so thick that a new bolt struck before the old one faded.
Raising four boys in the jungle makes it easy to point out the Creator at every turn.
My first visit to the Creation Museum was five years ago. Little did I know that a souvenir purchased then would serve as catalyst for change.
Stillwood Camp, the “home” for the Answers in Genesis witnessing team (110 volunteers) that gathered for a special outreach at the Vancouver Winter Olympics became suddenly still over the weekend.
In 2010, Answers in Genesis will once again be involved in a substantial evangelistic outreach at an Olympics Games.
Dr. Werner Gitt found freedom to talk about creation and present the gospel in the mostly Muslim country of Kazakhstan.
Twelve years ago Dr. Crandall learned of a universal need—to refute evolution on every continent.
Did you know that creation evangelism is being effectively used in countries where traditional missionaries aren’t allowed?
Did you know that an increasing number of missions organizations, including New Tribes Mission, are using creation evangelism to reach pagan cultures with the gospel? They start with Genesis.
In a land ravaged by decades of evolutionary-based communism, Bulgarians are hungry for the truth, especially on the subject of origins.
For eleven days Dr. Mortenson had the privilege of presenting the truths of creation in Russia, a huge country of 11 time zones and 140 million people.
So often when we think of Israel, we think about the end times. What Israel needs is not more attention about the end of time, but the beginning of time … and the promise of salvation in Genesis.
AiG friend Dr. Joseph Kezele of Arizona gave a creation talk (with Russian interpreter, at left) in a Siberian medical school earlier this year.
This is the fourth report submitted by Carl Kerby, who spent several days at the Athens Olympics with a team of 139 street evangelists.
Carl Kerby, AiG–USA’s vice president for ministry relations, has been in Athens now for several days along with dozens of AiG volunteers who have been engaged in street evangelism.
Here is the second report filed from the Olympic Games in Athens by Carl Kerby, AiG-USA vice president for ministry relations.
My trips to Jamaica have taught me a very important lesson: you never know who you’re going to touch.
AiG has a unique opportunity to reach people from all over the world at one time—and we’d like you to join us! How is this possible?
Answers in Genesis is excited to hear how the Lord is raising up people all around the world, including Peru, to proclaim the message that God’s Word is true from the beginning.
Evolution is taught virtually everywhere as fact. I saw this again first hand as I traveled to Ukraine, Russia and Canada last fall.
In the Faroe Islands, when you talk to non-Christians, the topic of creation/evolution almost always comes up.
Jay Horn, former AiG Director of Seminars and Outreach, now serving as a missionary with MASTER Provisions, gave AiG the following report of his ‘creation evangelism’ activities.
Colombia has been a Roman Catholic country, but things are changing.
In early June of this year, I had the privilege of going to the Ukraine as a part of a mission team. This included providing support for 27 pastors and churches and two orphanages.
It was not long after my conversion to Christ in college in the 1970s that I dumped all my evolutionary baggage and was totally sold on Biblical creationism.
One of our supporters, equipped with AiG overhead transparencies, books, and other materials, traveled to the island country of Trinidad in the Caribbean to speak at a series of meetings.
Christians seeking to share their faith are encountering ‘road blocks’ from those who have been taught things like ‘Genesis is myth’, ‘evolution is true’, or ‘the two can co-exist harmoniously’.
A couple of years ago, one of our AiG board members, Carl Kerby, organized a special vacation for himself and his wife in Jamaica to celebrate their anniversary.
AiG’s message of “creation evangelism”—which is receiving a wonderful response in churches in numerous countries—will be presented in a new way in Russia soon.
Interview with missionary Shaun Thompson
Bible believing Christians and churches have tried many methods to reach non-Christian cultures, some of which have not been very effective.