We all know the battle of worldview has the rising generation as its target. Many of us know young people who rejected Jesus Christ and everything the Bible has to say about life and eternity because of what they were taught in college. Their philosophy and science departments are at the epicenter of this struggle for minds and hearts.
What if there was a way to have your young people experience the truth of God’s testimony from page one years before they face this onslaught of claims?
Dr. Mark Armitage and his group understand this well, and they also know they have the evidence that fits far better with God’s claims about our past than the world’s.
In this short video, you will find how the Dinosaur Soft Tissue Research Institute (DSTRI) is bringing the confidence of dinosaur soft tissue right into the hands of high school students. They are so sure they can find a continual supply of fresh, organic material, they are offering to come to your area and allow young people to personally prepare and examine their own specimens.
I don’t know about you, but this sounds like an amazing experience at any age!
Here’s what they have to say about this traveling laboratory:
Hi, folks! We just completed a “test-lab” at State College, PA and now the DSTRI offers hands-on microscope labs working with dinosaur bones collected from Hell Creek and other important dinosaur digs at a location near you.
We teach our students how to dissect fossilized material and use compound light microscope techniques to extract, examine, and preserve soft tissues. These tissues can include bone cells, blood vessels, and even nerves!
Contact us at index.php/contact-us/ to put us in touch with your homeschool activities coordinator.
Just knowing our young people have this opportunity available to them is amazing. Can you imagine what might happen in the coming decades if some of these students decide to pursue a science career with the firm bedrock of their faith in Jesus, having personally experienced how obviously the Bible’s testimony of our past fits the facts?