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One of the first things we wanted to do after getting back to the US was go and see the Creation Museum. Just out of the tropics, we braved the unusually cold weather and drove from Florida up to Kentucky. We had so much fun and really enjoyed meeting the AiG staff and many Wild Brothers fans. We have made all of the Wild Brothers episodes from our little corner of the jungle and really had no idea how much people were enjoying them. It was so humbling and encouraging for us to see how many families enjoy the videos! We were definitely spurred on to want to keep making new episodes.
One of the challenges in the future will be that our family dynamics are changing since Morgan will be starting college soon. Morgan is the main force behind the series, and he does most of the work in putting the episodes together and making the music. As we look to the future, we trust that the Lord will work out His plans according to His perfect will.
Touring through the Creation Museum was a blast! My favorite exhibits in the museum were Dr. Crawleys Insectorium and the Allosaur skeleton (plus taking a zip line adventure), but the thing I was most impressed about was the museum staff. Everyone from the security guards standing outside waving cars in, to the PhD speakers in the auditorium were so friendly and helpful. There was such a Christ-like attitude by all and a real sense of teamwork and unity.
There are many incredible displays and showcases at the Creation Museum all pointing people to the Creator. In my mind though, the people working at the museum are the greatest asset and most valuable component to testifying to the greatness of the Lord! Great job staff, and keep pressing on with all your heart as you serve the God there.
Your brother in Christ,
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