Tag Archive for 'journeys'

Teaching the Teachers in Georgia

Last evening I spoke to around 1200 people who attended the National Sunday School Convention at First Baptist Church of Woodstock (in the Atlanta area). After the presentation, many people came up and told me how they either are or …

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“What We Are Doing Counts!”

From time to time I like to share testimonies with you that come into our offices—here is one from this week:

For the past three years, I have been going to a men’s Bible study . . . . We

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One of the Few Creationist Christian Universities


Over the last two days, I had the honor of speaking to all students and faculty at two extended chapels—and also a public evening meeting—at Northland International University in Dunbar, Wisconsin. To me it was very encouraging to be asked …

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In Elvis Country


As soon as my wife and I got on the rent-a-car shuttle from the airport, the driver said, “Welcome to Elvis country.” Well we didn’t come to Memphis, Tennessee, because this is “Elvis country”; we came so I could speak …

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Getting “To the Point”


The world’s media often contact us to comment on the intersection of “religion and science.” Last week, we had a Japanese film crew here at the Creation Museum to produce a travelogue of places to visit in America. The week …

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WWII Bomber Pilot Visits


At the end of a recent Thursday at the Creation Museum, and right after the conclusion of three days of board meetings, I found it nice to take a breather and meet some of our guests visiting that day. …

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Already Gone Impact Is Growing


The impact of the research in our book Already Gone as to why so many young people are leaving the church continues to grow. Here are just two feedback items we received this past week:

I just wanted to send

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Who Said This?


“My expectation is that when you look back on these years, you will see a time in which we put a stop to discrimination against gays and lesbians—whether in the office or on the battlefield,” Obama told an estimated audience

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Praying for the Two-Thirds


We are finding more and more churches that are being awakened by the research published in our book Already Gone, which deals with why and when two-thirds of young people are leaving the church. Two Sundays ago in Atlanta, …

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New Darwin-Inspired Clothing Line

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We are coming up on the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s On The Origin of Species publication (and February this year was the 200th anniversary of his birth). The Daily Mail website in England is reporting a new fashion line …

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