Last week, I spoke at a homeschool convention in Phoenix, Arizona. Three sisters approached me and shared how they became Christians as young children and then committed their lives to the Lord. They had read our children’s book A is for Adam. When they had come to the end of the book and the question “Is your name in the ‘Lamb’s Book of Life’?” (Rev. 21:27), they prayed to receive Christ.
Here is a photo of them with me last week in Arizona.
Recently at the Creation Museum and while I was away, Dr. Bob Taylor (dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Bob Jones University in South Carolina), his wife Barbara, and her cousin Terry Chamberlain (chairman of the art department of Cedarville University) toured the museum and had this photo taken. Our CCO Mark Looy (far left) greeted them in my absence.
Lastly, a special couple paid an anniversary visit to the museum this week and spent two memorable days here. James and Cindy Montalto of Long Island, New York, were the first museum guests to get married on the Creation Museum grounds. That was almost four years ago. They came back to visit just before James starts a new job. In the photo, they stand in the foreground with a very special background that brought back great memories: their 2007 wedding ceremony was held just across the lake and under the pergola (somewhat visible to the left of the arched bridge).
I wrote about their wedding 4 years ago—see previous blog post.
Here is a photo taken of them in 2007.
I hope you can make it to the museum this summer—perhaps your photo might show up here.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,