Watch Our New Digital Billboard Outreach in Washington, DC!

Over two weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about a Creation Museum digital billboard that was placed in Washington, DC.

As you know, the nation’s capital features one of the leading atheistic evolutionary museums in the world: the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.

Because millions of people visit Washington, DC, each year, we decided to reach out to this influential city and let people know about a museum where they can learn the truth concerning origins, God’s Word, and the gospel—the Creation Museum.

We also wanted people to know that this year, kids twelve and under can come to the Creation Museum free of charge with a paying adult.

Continuing through August, 480 times a day (20 times per hour), a special series of three digital billboards are displayed on the corner of Seventh & H Street. Using spectacular animated artwork, the boards advertise the Creation Museum in our Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. The museum is about a 9–10-hour drive from Washington, plus the billboard will be seen by thousands of tourists who may live even closer to our museum.

Because the Smithsonian teaches children an evolutionary, millions-of-years fictional story about dinosaurs, we decided to use our new $1.5 million Allosaurus exhibit as the basis for this digital billboard outreach.  We want as many kids as possible to come to the Creation Museum this year and learn the truth about dinosaurs—instead of the fanciful stories told by evolutionists in their attempts to lead generations of kids away from the Bible.

This billboard outreach is just four blocks from the evolution-filled Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the National Mall. It is located across from the Smithsonian Art Museum and the busy Verizon Center. And it is less than one mile from White House.

To find out more about the Creation Museum’s free kids program in 2014, visit CreationMuseum.org.

Here is a video of the actual billboard so you can see how it’s displayed on those three boards in Washington, DC, this month:

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying—and pray for our outreach into Washington, DC.

Ken