ICR Discovery Center Update

I’m excited to showcase our cutting-edge research in the new ICR Discovery Center. One of the rooms will display a 48-inch globe that will track the progression of the Flood from Day 1 to around Day 314. No other museum has anything like this, and it’s all based on real rock data from across the globe. We need your donation so visitors can see there really was a global flood. Your dollars will help us pay for this unique projection system that will undoubtedly impact thousands of lives. — Dr. Tim Clarey, ICR geologist

What’s so great about this one-of-a-kind, hands-on learning center? Well, it is designed for all ages. My wife and I have seven grandchildren, and we view this center as “our family’s” discovery center. Here they will grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ as they learn how the true study of science complements what’s found in God’s precious Word. Please partner with us and contribute the necessary funds needed to complete “your” creation discovery center. — Chas Morse, ICR Director of Events

Help Us Complete the ICR Discovery Center’s Exhibits

As we build the ICR Discovery Center, we’re still raising funds for the interior exhibits. We’re working to develop the most educational and inspirational exhibits possible. Together, let’s point people to the truth of our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ.

Visit ICR.org/DiscoveryCenter for more information and to find out how you can join us in this vital project. Partner with us in prayer and help us finish strong!

Left: Model of Christ’s empty tomb; Right: Model of the Garden of Eden

Left: A giraffe and a bull are two of the animals being readied for the Noah’s Ark exhibit; Right: Mr. Komodo Dragon looks forward to greeting you when you visit the discovery center.

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