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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
This is intriguing. For years evolutionists have been predicting — then claiming without proof — that a high percentage of our DNA is “junk” – the leftovers from millions of years of evolution. Creationists predicted that since God doesn’t make junk, we will find important uses for so-called “junk DNA.” When we pointed out that virtually everything that was called “junk DNA” has now been shown to have important and sometimes vital functions,...Read More
Recently, my family and I were blessed to be able to help lead the Yellowstone Creation Tour and we had a blast! We had beautiful weather, we saw a lot of animals, and had great fellowship praising God and enjoying His creation together. Now, here is a confession…I am a nerd. I get excited about the furthering education about all of the history, the facts and the creation evidence as seen at Yellowstone and it is just an amazing experience to be able to go...Read More
I had the opportunity in July to minister to a great group of third to fifth graders at Glad Tidings Bible Camp (located in northeastern Nebraska). The week was mostly hot and humid, but it was sprinkled with a few more manageable days. This Coloradoan is not accustomed to the humidly. But as the days passed, I became much more acclimated. I began the week by asking the following question – “How many of you are not sure, if you were to die today, you would go...Read More