Monthly Archive for September, 2006

An eye-opening poll

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Recently, an AiG supporter funded a poll (conducted by one of America’s leading researchers) to find out more about what is causing people to leave the Church in America. Today we had a meeting with the researcher to go through …

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AiG Video Conferences growing

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At the Thursday morning staff meeting, Tom Miller, Director of Outreach (see photograph), shared a report on the phenomenal growth and success of the Video Conference ministry. This outreach is conducted by trained volunteers from all across the USA. Praise …

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Worldwide catastrophism

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The Bible is true

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It is so encouraging to get reports like the following. Terry Mortenson sent this after a recent speaking engagement:

That evening I spoke on dinosaurs. I answered questions from the audience for about 40 minutes afterwards and most people stayed

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Unique presentation for the Creation Museum chapel

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This morning (Tuesday) at AiG’s staff meeting, my mother (Norma Ham) presented AiG’s Creation Museum exhibit design director Patrick Marsh with a unique gift for the chapel. One of my mother’s friends from our church in Sunnybank, Brisbane, Australia (Heather …

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Platypus gift

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The first photo today shows me holding a wonderful gift that arrived this week. It’s a platypus, of course—an incredibly designed creature from my native land of Australia. It was handcrafted from wood by Mr. LaVerne Anderson of Des Moines, …

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Dinosaurs, harmonicas, violins and more

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For the final session at Warsaw (the home church of Buddy and Kay Davis), Buddy sang and played various instruments—and others joined with Buddy to play harmonicas and violin for “Amazing Grace.” What a blessing this was. I then spoke …

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