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  • Seney

    Peter loves to hike in National Wildlife Refuges. In this episode he visits Seney. The northern woods and wetlands are home for loons, trumpeter swans and other birds that migrate through Michigan. Canoe trips on rivers, and hikes on trails are great ways to enjoy God's creation.

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  • Thank God, Not the Universe

    Masked newborn proves evolution; Pundits attack congressman for leading people to Christ; Activist exploits her child to increase her fame; Angsty nihilist fears black holes won't remember him; Woke parents seek ungodly advice on how to deal with their "insufferable" children; Evolutionary biolog...

  • North American Eagles

    When he was a boy, Peter saw his first eagle over Lake Huron. Have you ever seen a bald eagle or a golden eagle? Peter returns to the upper peninsula of Michigan to visit two places where people care for injured animals. Learn the difference between fishing eagles and booted eagles.
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  • New Book by Ken Ham: Will They Stand?

    Ken Ham, CEO of Answers in Genesis, The Ark Encounter, and the Creation Museum discusses his new book, "Will They Stand?" with Randy Pratt, VP of Sales & Marketing with New Leaf Publishing Group.

    In this book, Ken Ham gives us a powerful message about the importance of raising strong believers ...

  • The Hidden History of the Human Race - overview

    For years, we’ve taught and learned history through the lens of politics, language, and culture. What about the history of peoples? For example, who were the ancient Romans? The ancient Greeks? The ancient Assyrians? Only genetics can scientifically answer this question. In this talk, Dr. Jeanson...

  • We Are Open: The Ark Encounter & Creation Museum

    What a blessing! The Ark Encounter & The Creation Museum are opened.

    Our themed attractions will conduct temperature tests of staff, regularly clean and sanitize facilities, outfit employees with masks, and engage in other safety practices. Plus both attractions have expansive gardens and outdoo...