Due to public health efforts to contain COVID-19, the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum are temporarily closed until April 20 or later.
Grandparents, our culture says that you have finally arrived at the place where you can relax and retire, but actually, when the grandkids come along, you have one of the most awesome opportunities to leave a legacy for generations to come! Here at the Creation Museum, we recognize that grandparents may need help along the way.
On your next visit, plan to take in this free workshop on the family of man. Where did people come from? Are the stories about ape-men true? How do I answer when my grandkids ask whether we came from ape-like creatures? And what difference can it make if my grandchildren understand they are image bearers of Creator God?
Hear how this workshop impacted a recent participant in the video below.
This event is free with paid museum admission or museum membership. Seating is first come, first served.
Dr. Steve and Ruth Carter: Ruth Carter grew up in Africa where her parents were missionaries. She and her husband coordinate the volunteer program at the Creation Museum.