For those of you who have been to the Museum, you know there is a powerful film about the life and death of Jesus Christ at the end of the walk through Biblical History called The Last Adam.
The film encompasses the final three C’s of Biblical History which are Christ, Cross, and Consummation, and is a moving depiction of Jesus’ ministry on this earth. The Last Adam has touched many lives, and is portrayed in such a sensitive and informative way, that even young children can understand the message. It was one such young girl, 11 year old Kanna, who after viewing The Last Adam this past week, decided to commit her life to Christ. Kanna was here with her mom and dad, brother and sister, and they all went in to see the Last Adam. After the show, they exited with everyone else, and the show host in the Theater started the next show. When he opened the door to let the next group in, he found that Kanna’s parents had returned to share the news that after discussing The Last Adam film with their children, Kanna asked to receive Jesus Christ as her Savior. “We all rejoiced,” stated a Museum employee, “It’s why we do what we do here every day. It’s moments like these that make it all worth while.”
We are pretty sure there are many more lives being touched, things happening every day in the Museum that we don’t even know about, we may never know about. One thing we know, we serve a God who is constantly at work in people’s lives, even when we don’t see it.
Plan a visit to the Creation Museum today and see what God will do in your life.