The Need to Rescue the Kids

One of the major outreaches of the Answers in Genesis ministry is to reach kids with the truth of God’s Word and the gospel. We work hard to make sure they hear the truth about who they are and where they came from so they won’t be led astray by the secularists who want to teach them they are just animals as part of an evolutionary process—in a purposeless and meaningless existence. No! They are special—they are made in the image of God. And because they are sons and daughter of Adam, they are also sinners in need of salvation. The Lord Jesus Christ loves these kids so much, He paid the penalty for their sin, so those who receive the free gift of salvation will live with Him in heaven forever.

At the AiG Answers Mega conference this coming week in Sevierville, Tennessee (near the Great Smoky Mountains), hundreds of kids will have the opportunity of coming under AiG’s ministry as they attend the special children’s program. As my final keynote for this conference on Thursday, I will be speaking on “Rescuing Our Kids.” This talk is based on the AiG theme for the year: “Standing Our Ground, Rescuing Our Kids” (Galatians 1:4). I have divided the talk into these sections:

  • Rescuing our kids from this evil world
  • Rescuing the kids from much of the church and its compromise
  • Rescuing the kids from many Sunday school programs
  • Rescuing our kids from many Christian institutions

Find out more about the Mega Conference (you can sign up at the door) on the event site.

Here are some photographs of just some of the hundreds of kids I had the privilege of teaching in Florida this past Sunday and Monday at the AiG conference at Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz (Tampa), Florida.

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Please pray for us as we do the best we can to help parents raise up godly generations who will influence the world for the Lord Jesus Christ.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken