AiG speaker and researcher Dr. Georgia Purdom has a special announcement; she wrote the following:
I am thrilled to announce that next year Answers in Genesis will host the first-ever Answers for Women Conference at the Creation Museum. We have a great lineup of topics and speakers including our special guest speaker, Mary Mohler (wife of Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary). She will be speaking on the topics of biblical womanhood and memorizing Scripture. I find Scripture memorization very difficult in our fast-paced world when our minds are already filled with so many things. But God has told us that we are to hide His Word in our hearts (Psalm 119:11). I’m looking forward to learning from Mary some ways to accomplish this important aspect of our Christian life.
Stacia McKeever, an AiG curriculum writer and my personal good friend, will be speaking on understanding disabilities from a biblical perspective. Stacia is speaking from her personal experiences as a mother of a child that suffers several mental and physical disabilities. Her view on this has been such an encouragement to me, especially as it concerns the sovereignty of God.
I will be speaking on the importance of Genesis to biblical authority (of course!), understanding death and suffering from a biblical perspective, and the biblical answers to racism in relation to the adoption of our daughter from China. These presentations are very personal for me because I will be sharing several difficult experiences from my own life. However, I will strive to show how a proper understanding of God’s Word beginning in Genesis and the authority of God’s Word was absolutely vital to helping me deal with these events in my life, sometimes even years after the event.
Steve Ham, Vice President for Operations at AiG and brother to Ken Ham, will conclude the conference with a presentation on unity in Christ. In an era where we see much compromise occurring in the church, this is a much-needed message.
The registration cost includes free admission to the museum, a planetarium showing, lunch on one day, and a special drama performance by AiG’s Geri Campbell on the story of Gomer. It will be a great time of learning God’s Word and seeing its practical implications in our own lives. For more information see the website, and be sure to register early to take advantage of our “early bird” discount price.
I pray that you will share this information with your church, ladies Bible study, and other ladies groups, and consider bringing a group. If you have any questions, be sure to contact us. I look forward to seeing you there!
– Georgia Purdom
You can follow Georgia on her blog.
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