MTA - Creation Evangelism Booth
When Biblical creation is taught it is typically taught to Christians.
We agree with this, there is a big need for Christians to learn about
But we also believe in taking the truth about creation, and about the
God who did it, to nonbelievers.
Our most effective tool for doing this has been our Creation Evangelism
Here are a few photos showing how our booth was used in
We are planning to greatly expand our schedule in 2011.
||The dinosaur tracks drew a steady flow of visitors of all
ages at the Tualatin Crawfish Festival in August 2010.
||Dinosaur tracks are excellent for opening
a discussion about creation.
In the background you can see another table with an additional
display of fossils, books, DVDs, tracts and a model of Noah's
Ark (not visible here).
Very few of our booth visitors argue about evolution vs.
creation. Most are curious, ask questions and are interested
in learning about what God did.
||This was at Kenton Park in Portland. It's not a very
good picture, but it was a very good day. We always had at least one
or two people at the booth. We shared the gospel with more people
that day than at any other event in 2010. Although we brought extra
supplies, we ran out of Bibles to give away!
||At some events we share the gospel with children using
the Wordless Book and face painting (in the backgound here).
In the foreground you can see the dinosaur track display.
It includes three large tracks, a toe impression that has
been cut to show the layers of sediment, and under one of
the papers are some baby dinosaur tracks.
We also have other tracks that are kept behind the display. They are
used to show how tracks are made and how the top and bottom halves
||Depending on where we are we use various banners on
our booth. In this photo the booth is set up in the lobby of a church.
Please contact us for information about
MTA Creation Evangelism Booth at your event.