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Strategic Focus

ICR has recently completed an intensive evaluation of its strategic focus for the next few years and has just released an "Expectation" of the Lord's supply to meet those goals. In the secular world such thinking and formal requests are called a "Prospectus." Here are the main elements of "expectation" that will enable ICR to implement the work.

Scientific Research Projects: ,003,000

Life Sciences: Studying the human genome to demonstrate obvious design characteristics and the uniqueness of mankind.

Physical Sciences: Various projects studying geologic evidence for a global Flood and cosmological evidence for a recent creation.

Disseminate the Findings: ,028,000

To Christian Leaders: A network of Christian schools and colleges; a mentorship program—all to train a new generation of creation scientists.

To the Christian Public: A program of comprehensive public relations and communication with easily understandable media products, enabling "non-technical" use of ICR's research results.

To the Academic Community: Reinforce work generated by Intelligent Design (ID) advocates with foundational scientific research done by ICR, demonstrating that the intelligence implicit in the design of life is best understood by an omnipotent and omniscient Creator.

New Dallas Center and Web-based Education: ,164,000

New Creation Science Conference Center in Dallas: Train Christian leadership more intensively in the Biblical and creationist worldview, enhance the professional expertise of many disciplines, and broader dissemination of ICR research results.

Web-Based, Distance-Learning: A Master of Science degree in science education; an online certification program in Biblical worldview apologetics to assist pastors, teachers, and other Christian leaders in responding to the error of naturalistic and evolutionary humanism. Modules would be available as independent studies and applicable for Continuing Education Units.

If you would consider investing with ICR in these "expectations," please ask us for a copy of the detailed "prospectus."

Cite this article: Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. 2006. Strategic Focus. Acts & Facts. 35 (2).

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