Tag Archive for 'AiG impact'

From Arizona to the Middle East

Many of my recent thoughts about AiG’s various outreaches have been revolving around what is happening globally. This is not only because I am out of the country and in Australia to visit family (I also spoke in a Queensland …

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Thousands of Creation Resources in Texas

This past Thursday evening through Saturday, I spoke at the homeschool conference in The Woodlands (Houston area), Texas. Over 6,000 people attended various aspects of the conference run by the Texas Home School Coalition, which included keynote presentations, workshops, …

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Meeting at the Creation Museum

A couple visiting the Creation Museum this past week had a very interesting story to tell us.

Jeff is from Sevierville, Tennessee (where we will be holding our national family conference in July, by the way). Ellie is from Tokyo, …

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Back to AiG Roots

I am in Australia visiting family and friends and spending considerable time with our elderly two remaining parents.

While over in Australia this trip, I also agreed to do two speaking engagements. One of these meetings was held this week …

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One Blood

Here is a practical example of how what we teach through AiG is bearing fruit in other parts of the world. We received this email this past week about our book One Race One Blood (the title comes from Acts …

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Museum Anniversary—Help Us Celebrate Five Years of Ministry

I can’t believe how the past five years have flown by. You see, later this month, we’ll be celebrating the fifth anniversary of the opening of the Creation Museum. So much about the museum has exceeded our expectations—from the attendance …

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Reaching into Faraway Places

When the Creation Museum was opened, we did not envisage the wide-ranging impact it would have—and in ways we never dreamed of. This past week, we received an email from a pastor in a country that was formerly a part …

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Dealing with Doubts

Recently, AiG speaker and researcher Dr. Georgia Purdom wrote a blog post that illustrates the impact one student can have on a Christian university campus because of the influence AiG resources had on this student. Dr. Purdom wrote the following:…

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Hungry Canadians

Yesterday was the first day of an AiG conference at Portico Community Church Mississauga (not far from Toronto) in Canada. After the morning services and the two evening sessions, people were in long lines to get equipped with the AiG …

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Impacting Tough Marines

Over the years, I have heard from—and met—many young men who are in the military and have been greatly impacted by AiG resources. Many of them have used these resources in reaching out to their fellow military personnel.

Here is …

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