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by Creation Museum on December 17, 2001

What’s all the buzz about? Granville Griffith, a beekeeper and a friend of the ministry, has placed honey beehives on the edge of a field on the museum property. We are excited about having the bees there for at least two reasons: first, they will be great pollinators for wildflowers that we will be planting, and secondly, they provide an excellent object lesson! The honeybee’s extremely complex dancing behavior, the special honey sac they use to collect nectar, the perfectly suited wax they manufacture for the honeycomb, and the instincts that make them efficient at making honey are just a few of the examples of how a honeybee hive testifies to the amazing work of our Creator God! To read more about these instincts and abilities that baffle evolutionists and can only be explained by an awesome Creator, check out these exciting Creation magazine articles: “A Sweet Revelation” and Honeybees—Always on the Move.”

Volunteer Highlights: Since this is a relatively new feature, we are still reporting on volunteers and teams that came earlier this year so that you can see the ways that people have helped the ministry by donating their time and labor. To read the past articles, check out the museum news archive.

The Williams family

Ernie, Lea and their 16-year-old son Matt came to AiG all the way from Lake Oswego, Oregon! They stayed to serve the ministry for five days. They helped with order fulfillment in the book warehouse and worked on improvements to the AiG missions house. "The Ministry here will always be in my thoughts and prayers. This work is so important. I know God will continue to bless" (Matt). We pray that God will continue to bless this family as well, as they have been a blessing to us!

Allen Van Etten

Allen came from Corning, New York to spend a week in the Cincinnati area, but it wasn’t your ordinary vacation! Allen worked hard at the ministry, lending his skills and time to save AiG time and money! He changed the 150 amp electrical service to 200 amp and installed 2 outdoor RV units on the garage at the missions house. He also changed the water pump in the house and did some carpentry work.

We deeply appreciate the sacrifice made by these and many other volunteers.

Now there are diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit. And there are differences of administrations, but the same Lord. And there are diversities of operations, but it is the same God which worketh all in all.(1 Corinthians 12:4–6)
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