Tag Archive for 'missionaries'

Missionary Endeavors Down Under

A personal friend and AiG supporter, John Cook, recently donated an airplane he had for 36 years to be used for missionary work in my homeland of Australia. He said the following:

I was an AOPA member all those years

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Zambia Bound!

One of the highlights of an AiG ministry day is the chance to start off with prayer and Bible reading, and often listen to a special speaker. We not only share announcements with the staff, but we often go into …

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Jerusalem Wedding Bells

AiG ministry friends Tom Meyer of Illinois and Sarah Oakes of Minnesota were married in Jerusalem, Israel on the Day of Pentecost (June 8). Tom is a missionary in Israel and a professor at a Bible college, and he has …

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Got Our Wheels Spinning

What a thrilling response to my recent speaking engagement in Tucson, Arizona, from missionaries to Mexico:

My wife and I were at Ken Ham’s speaking event in Tucson last Sunday, and we both walked away with a challenge from Ken

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Pray for Missionaries

I often meet missionaries from all over the world at the Creation Museum. I just praise the Lord as I hear from them and how they are using AiG resources to reach people for Christ.

Recently, I met the …

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AiG Booklets Available in Haitian Creole

In a previous blog post, I wrote about (and posted some photographs of) AiG materials that had been translated into Haitian Creole—the main language in Haiti. We were concerned for the missionary who translated these materials and who lives …

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Polish Missionaries and Northland International University

Here is the picture  Kris & Mariola Kolt and me. They are missionaries currently garnering support via World Wide Tent Makers. When they have reached their funding goals they will move to Poland (http://www.worldwidetentmakers.com).

Kris is taking courses …

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Reporting from Japan

As I looked out of my hotel room in Tokyo on Friday morning, I thought of the 13 million people or so who live in Tokyo—and the 130 million who live in all of Japan—most of whom do not know …

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Missionaries from India

Yesterday I was thrilled to meet people from many different U.S. states who were visiting the Creation Museum, as well as people from India. I met a couple of pastors from that country I visited last year, and then …

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