Archive for the 'Volunteers' Category

A Pavilion Provided

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Periodically, we need to break from daily routines and go somewhere for a time of spiritual refreshment. Thus, we seek a retreat for personal time with the Lord. In Psalms 27:5 and 31:20, David speaks of God’s pavilion or dwelling …

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"Men for Missions" Returns to the Creation Museum

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Men for Missions Team Leader Wayne Camfield wrote this article about his group’s recent volunteer work at the Creation Museum.

Men for Missions (MFM), a Christian service organization from Hampton Park Baptist Church in Greenville, SC, returned to the Creation

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Thank You

A number of blog articles have highlighted the generous contributions of our many wonderful volunteers. Needless to say, the Lord has used these special servants in a mighty way to make the Creation Museum a reality. It is only natural …

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A Call for Volunteer Servants

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In 2 Timothy 1:9 Paul reminds Timothy that the Lord “has saved us and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to His own purpose and grace which was given to us in

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Creation Museum Volunteer Howard

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One Monday in December, I received a phone call from an industrial electrician with the Ford Motor Company, a gentleman named Howard.

Howard explained that he was to retire at the end of the year. A member of the Church …

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MISSION: POSSIBLE

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Many readers already have some idea of what’s been shaping up lately in the Volunteer Program department. Nearly twenty thousand “Mission: Possible” flyers have already been distributed through local churches within a fifty mile radius of the Creation Museum.

The …

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Volunteers at work

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During July, approximately 100 volunteers traveled from distant locations to “roll up their sleeves” and work here at Answers in Genesis. They came from at least eight states (Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Oregon and Wisconsin), and served …

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Volunteering at AiG

Today, Julie shares with us how she came to volunteer at AiG:

When my husband was hired on at Answers in Genesis in late September 2005, I was already four months pregnant and not planning on getting a new job

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Life of a VTG—Alan

Today, Alan, one of our Volunteer Tour Guides (VTG), shares how he came to learn about the ministry and began volunteering.

Hello everybody, my name is Alan and I’m a volunteer at Answers in Genesis. My story starts like

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Life of a VTG—Brooke

Today, Brooke, one of our Volunteer Tour Guides (VTG), shares how she came to learn about the ministry and began volunteering.

I have been familiar with Answers in Genesis for as long as I can remember. I have attended Ken

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