We’re off to Nashville—for a Bible Bee!

The Creation Museum will be heading to Nashville very soon, and from November 17–20 we will be there to support and speak at the 2011 National Bible Bee and Family Discipleship Celebration. The three winning young people—who have memorized huge chunks of Scripture—in the three age categories will receive some very special items from the Museum and AiG.

Everyone is invited to attend this family-friendly event. As I wrote before on this blog, the Bible Bee will be full of God-honoring activities and speakers—and fun! Of course, there will also be the National Bible Bee Finals competition.

Our museum will have a booth there, and AiG staff member, Roger Patterson, will once again represent us.

The National Bible Bee is designed to promote family discipleship—especially with family Bible studies. To that end, Roger will present many workshop sessions that will share about our upcoming “Answers Bible Curriculum,” which can be used by churches and families to study the Bible and defend the Christian faith. (By the way, for information about the ABC curriculum, visit www.AnswersBibleCurriculum.com. The curriculum is expected to ship mid-2012 for use beginning in the fall of 2012).

Be sure to also read my blog post—which includes photos—of last year’s Bee in Chicago.

I am pleased to be on the advisory board for the Bible Bee and happy to support an outreach to help young people learn more about God’s Word.

You can discover more at www.BibleBee.org.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken