Monthly Archive for April, 2005

Update from Wisconsin

Travelling through time zones is always interesting. I woke up Friday morning at 4:30 am!

Buddy Davis and I spent the morning with 800 K-6 age school kids–what fun! The kids came from Christian schools, homeschools and some were even …

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La Crosse, Wisconsin here we come!

I took an early flight from Cincinnati to Minneapolis Wednesday morning and met up with Buddy and Kay (they flew from Columbus). We took a connecting flight to La Crosse Wisconsin, where an AiG conference will be held this weekend.…

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Living fossils – evidence for evolution?

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The Creator – where’d He come from?

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The Museum Lobby is Taking Shape

As soon as I got into work this morning I went into the Lobby to see how things are coming along. I have enclosed pictures for you of the Cyprus trees being constructed in the Lobby this week (they took …

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The Museum Gets An Inhabitant

On Tuesday morning after staff meeting, I walked into the lobby of the Museum and saw three Cyprus trees (that took months to construct by a specialist company) being put up. WOW what a difference this is making to the …

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E.T. – We're still listening!

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E.T. – We’re still listening!

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Home Again …

What a great weekend! It’s funny how being in ministry puts you in front of people sometimes …

  • As we were checking out of the hotel, the clerk recognized me from some videos he had seen. We had a great

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Satellite … launched by real science?

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