May 9-pray for the judge

May 9 at 11 am is the hearing for Judge Michael Allen to reconsider his order to close the buildings. There are at least 35 serious problems with his order. If he does not reverse it and we appeal over his head and win, it will sure look bad on his record and may end his career as judge. Glen Stoll’s Abatement filed last week in this case points out all the flaws in his order. I will post it as soon as I can.

Please pray that God will turn his heart and that he will order the county to mediation again and open the buildings. Everyone knows the issue is not health or safety. The buildings have been inspected 5 times. The only issue is control over God’s church.

We have located a camp to begin another DAL and will be traveling to see it for the 3rd time tomorrow. If all works out we will need a bunch of money and work from those interested in seeing a Creation Camp where we can train the next generation of students to terrorize, I mean, correct the mistakes teachers bring up in public school classes across the world.

I will post a blog about the camp ASAP with a list of needs when I get back.

Kent Hovind

7 Comments

  1. Jonathan Sampson May 3, 2006 10:49 pm Reply

    Ah yes, Creation Boot Camp – the REAL DEAL!
    We will surely pray! Let us know if your arms get heavy, we’ll move in and hold them up! Praise God for you Dr. Hovind, and for your life-changing ministry. We will certainly pray for his guidance over the County Situation, and the new Camp Situation. May He get the Glory in all that is said and done.

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  2. overcomer May 11, 2006 8:26 am Reply

    Greeting: Prayer is a good thing but we must also learn to use mans law against himself just as David used Goliath’s sword to remove his own head. I highly recommend the movie “The Occult World of Commerce” to get a better understanding of the Babylonian court systems we are dealing with. Its time we assert our Creator given rights! Also, I just watched your video “The Truth about the age of the Earth and Evolution. I really enjoyed it and think you did an awesome job, however, I think you (Kent Hovind) and your researchers should dig more into facts about a geocentric vs heliocentric universe. Scripture says the earth is not moving. There are some good books and websites dealing with a fixed earth. This heliocentric theory opened the door for evolution and its acceptance. This could just be another weapon in your arsonal to promote Jahshuwah’s Kingdom and fustrate the NWO bankster plans!
    peace, Ed

  3. testearns May 11, 2006 7:56 pm Reply

    Rather then losing sight of the fact that the Earth does revolve around the sun, and the sun around the galaxy, which appear to be fact. I would suggest to the last commenter the look into the “Quantized” Red Shift data that exists to show that we are neither geocentric nor heliocentric, but galactocentric. The fact that the other galaxies have red shifts that appear to represent that they are in concentric shells around our galaxy, and these phenomena would not be visible if you moved our galaxy a few million light years in any direction. This seems to prove that we are indeed in the center of the universe.

    AIG has an article and several DVD’s on this data. Here is a link to the article. http://www.answersingenesis.org/tj/v16/i2/galaxy.asp

    I haven’t been able to view all of the 2005 seminars yet (1,2,4 & 5 are excellent however, keep up the fabulous work) but it would be interesting to include this information in Q&A if you haven’t already.

  4. ddueck May 17, 2006 5:29 pm Reply

    First of all, I just want to say how blessed I’ve been by this ministry. This ministry is doing a great work for the Kingdom of God, and I just want to encourage you guys to keep spreading the truth. What you are accomplishing as a ministry is simply invaluable to giving people faith in God’s word.
    My concern, however, is that your ministry may be getting sidetracked by this issue of building permits that may be distracting you from the more important work that needs to be done. Romans 13:1-2 says, “Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God. Therefore whoever resists the authority resists the ordinance of God, and those who resist will bring judgment on themselves,” and verse 7 goes on to say, “Render therefore to all their due: TAXES TO WHOM TAXES, CUSTOMS TO WHOM CUSTOMS, fear to whom fear, honor to whom honor.” Would the apostle Paul, as a Jew living in the Roman Empire, have agreed with all of the practices and even the tax policies of the Roman Empire at that time? I would sincerely doubt it, but he nonetheless exhorted us to obey our government. As long as our government does not directly require us to turn away from following Jesus, it may be best to simply submit to our government.
    I agree with this ministry that, ideally, churches should not have to pay any sort of tax to the government, even if it is to merely inspect building safety, but I think that fighting this issue may be distracting this ministry from its greater calling of winning souls. Leave fighting taxes to the lawyers…

  5. RussianGirl May 26, 2006 8:13 pm Reply

    well, thats a lot of correcting to be done. u guys are my heros.

  6. RussianGirl May 26, 2006 8:13 pm Reply

    …and i hope it all works out…

  7. pickmcmillan August 30, 2007 4:30 am Reply

    Kent:

    Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. I only wish that you were closer, perhaps Montgomery.

    Your friend, brother, and servant,

    Pick McMillan

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