Exploring our Expo of Colleges

Do you know any teenagers about to graduate from high school and are trying to decide what to do next? Well, encourage them to join us here at the Creation Museum for the College Expo, November 16–17. We will be hosting many of the nation’s leading Christian colleges in one place—offering prospective students the opportunity to meet and speak with representatives of these fine schools around the country.

Students and their parents will also be able to take in sessions from some of AiG’s speakers. I will be one of them.

This Expo is free for high school students who register on our website, and it includes complimentary admission to the museum for those students. Participating schools as of August 24 (and we expect a few more to be added) are:

  • Appalachian Bible College
  • Arrowhead Bible College
  • Bob Jones University
  • Cedarville University
  • Clearwater Christian College
  • Crown College
  • Dayspring Bible College & Seminary
  • Fairhaven Baptist College
  • Kentucky Mountain Bible College
  • Liberty University
  • Maranatha Baptist Bible College
  • Master’s College
  • Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Ohio Christian University
  • Ohio Mid-Western College
  • Patrick Henry College
  • Word of Life Bible Institute

This is one event for students and parents to become equipped and informed about higher education. Make sure the college that you choose will strengthen the foundations you have laid for your student and not erode the foundations that have been built on the authority of God’s Word. (Many Christian schools undermine the Bible’s history starting in Genesis.)

For the complete schedule and to register, go to: www.creationcollexpo.org

Noteworthy News

I encourage you to read our excellent weekly column—written especially for the web—by Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell called News to Note. Posted every weekend, it analyzes many news items of the previous week that relate to the accuracy and authority of the Bible. As you go to this weekend’s edition, look for the item about how our recent speaking ministry in Belfast drew the ire of a certain Northern Ireland columnist.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken