Mary in Iraq

A couple of months ago, my oldest daughter Mary called me and asked what I would think if she went to Iraq this summer. I briefly thought about confiscating her passport and locking her in a closet, but then I …

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All Good Things Come to an End

Well, this week marks the beginning of the end of one of my favorite hobbies. I am in the process of selling my camera equipment and my darkroom. I have enjoyed being involved with large-format black-and-white photography for almost 30 …

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I Guess They Liked It!

Several months ago, I met a wonderful couple at a conference in Mississippi. They told me that their wedding anniversary was coming up soon and they were considering a visit to our Creation Museum as part of their anniversary celebration.…

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AiG and the Titans

I had the privilege of speaking at the Sunday morning chapel service for the Tennessee Titans this past weekend. Reggie, their team chaplain, has a long relationship with our ministry (Ken Ham spoke to the team several years ago), so …

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An Amazing Year

As I finish my last few days of Christmas vacation, I look back on 2011 and realize what an amazing year it was.

I traveled over 50,000 miles and participated in 36 conferences and events. There were pastor’s lunches and …

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Northern Ireland—Conclusion

I am now in London, taking a few days with Liz to see the sights. Feeling very tired, but very encouraged by all that happened on our Northern Ireland tour. As I think back . . .

I was privileged …

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Northern Ireland—Final Days

On December 2 we actually had a morning off, and I got to play tourist. We drove along the north coast of Northern Ireland and ended at the Giant’s Causeway. It was very windy and cold that day, but we …

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Northern Ireland—Days Six and Seven

Day Six of the tour of Northern Ireland began with a welcome change, a morning off! A couple extra hours of sleep and a leisurely breakfast was a change from the very hectic pace we had been keeping the previous …

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Northern Ireland—Days Three, Four, and Five

We are still having great ministry here in Northern Ireland.

On Sunday morning Lisburn Free Presbyterian Church hosted us. The pastor there is the Rev. Thomas Martin. He and I seemed to hit it off immediately. We are apparently birds …

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Northern Ireland—Days One and Two

Ministry began in Northern Ireland on the evening of November 25. I was speaking at Hillsborough Free Presbyterian Church. This was to be primarily a youth meeting, but the attendees were about half youth and half adults. I spoke on …

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