Welcome to the Discover Creation Blog. Among other things, this is where you’ll find updates from our speakers, interesting reading, and more.
We at AOI have decided to run our class on Wednesdays from 1-3 pm from Sept 4th – Nov 20th. Local students will meet at our office (1011 N. 10th St, Grand Junction, CO) and online students are welcome to skype in during that time. See more details here: https://www.discovercreation.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/AOI-Creation-Science-Class-and-Mission-Trip-2.pdf Message me or email me at [email protected] to enroll....Read More
I looked in the rear-view mirror and saw a Semi-truck barreling down on us…no more than 30 feet from us. I knew it was going to be bad. And a second later, I was looking all around trying to survey what just happened. I was still in control of the car, still going straight forward. I looked back in the rearview mirror and my 4-year old son was still sitting in the third row – just stunned – seemingly not in pain. The two younger girls in the second row had awoken from their...Read More
The above was a response (“Scientific evidence does not have to be interpreted. Science is science.”) that I received while in a debate with an evolutionist. This is how I rejoined in the debate: Crime Scene Scientists, Paleontologists, and Archaeologists along with probably every other scientist is faced with the challenges of how to best interpret the evidence. If you were a crime scene investigator, you would come into a house and observe a dead body laying on the...Read More
In the same stream as my last blog (this time of year actually slows down enough to collect your thoughts again), I want to continue to reminisce on my recent travels. So step back a little in time with me again (this was also last September). …One added perk of a traveling creation ministry like ours, is the blessing of passing through parts of the country where our children now live. We currently have three daughters and sons-in-law who are in active...Read More
Looking back over the end of the summer, I thought I would do a little recollecting of some of the recent travels. So step back a little in time with me. … It seemed to us that almost everyone had come to Nebraska to view the solar eclipse! That became especially evident on the return home—more details on that later! A pastor friend from Harrison, NE, had asked me (Rich) a number of months ago if I would be interested in giving an astronomy talk at his...Read More