Over 6,000 and Rising

As we are publishing this blog post, the number of video plays of what ended up being a two-hour TV debate with Hugh Ross on TBN was over 6,000—and rising! I have received comments from people all over the world who have watched this debate, which took place Thursday evening in California. Hundreds of people commented on my Facebook page. If you haven’t seen this debate, then I urge you to do so—and also urge you to get your pastors to watch it. It’s really the first time I have ever been able to engage Hugh Ross the way I did and so openly. How this interview program turned out was totally unplanned. The Lord just orchestrated this in a way we never envisioned, and I think the passion I have for biblical authority certainly came through. Go to this link to watch.

Museum Tickets Good for Two Days

In an effort to provide what I would describe as “enhanced value” for families wanting to come at the Creation Museum, we are letting people know that a ticket purchased for admittance to the museum is now good for two consecutive days!

Over the past five years we’ve added several exciting exhibits and programs at the Creation Museum, and we have heard from our ministry friends that there is just too much to do and experience in one day. We have listened to their feedback.

Also, as a way to further lower the cost to families who are contemplating a visit to the Creation Museum, a $5 discount is being offered on an adult ticket that is purchased for use on a Tuesday or Wednesday and used the next day. (That discount is only available when tickets are obtained at the museum itself, not through the web or on the phone; days of visiting the museum must be consecutive.)

There are other ways to save. For example, if you have a large family, be sure to talk to one of our Guest Services representatives about affordable membership options that can actually reduce the cost of your initial visit.

I hope you will visit the Creation Museum this summer, and please stay for two days!

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken