We are so happy to have “our” dinosaur back, on loan from the Creation Museum! The Estemmenosuchus (which we affectionately named Esty) is a wonderful object lesson and conversation starter! Esty returned in time to be a delightful addition for the Peppermint walk. Hopefully he enjoyed all the attention he got, lol.
We overheard one boy asked his mom, “Did they shoot him?” =)
We have several small signs in front of Esty, teaching what the Bible says about dinosaurs. One of them explains,
“In the last several years a number of dinosaur bones have been found with actual blood cells and soft tissue still within them. It is a puzzle to evolutionary scientists how soft tissue could remain in bones for 70 million years but it is not a puzzle for the creation model…”
The Peppermint walk is something that downtown Marion organizes for families one night in Christmas. It’s a very festive time.
This year we rolled up lots of scrolls of the Christmas Story (the account told from various places in Scripture) and passed them out to the long lines in the town square. The families were very appreciative.
Lots of families also came into our store. It’s a nice spacious place for them to warm up.
We are very grateful for the Martin family’s DVDs on God’s incredible creation, which we keep playing throughout the evening.
Peppermint white hot chocolate, cookies, and various Christmas gospel tracts / pamphlets.
“Because of the tender mercy of our God, With which the Sunrise from on high will visit us, to shine upon those who sit in darkness and the shadow of death, To guide our feet into the way of peace.” Luke 1:78-79
Welcome back Esty! XD
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