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Bible Conference at NKY Convention Center, admission includes discounts to AIG attractions

Compass International Inc., a non-denominational ministry that organizers faith-based conferences and Bible-based tours, is holding a “Steeling the Mind” Bible Conference Sept. 23 through Sept. 25 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.

Steeling the mindConference admission includes discounted visits to the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter that features the newly rebuilt replica of Noah’s Ark.

“What Answers in Genesis has done in Northern Kentucky parallels exactly with what our ministry does,” said Compass International Founder and Executive Director Bill Perkins. “Our conferences defend the accuracy of the Bible, so it is wonderful that we can hold this national conference to coincide with touring The Ark and the Creation Museum.”

A $79 ticket includes admission to the three-day conference and a two-day pass for both the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum. A Youth pass for those under 25-years-old is just $59. Savings can total as much as $100 per person.

The Ark Encounter is located just west of Interstate 75 in Williamstown, about 40 miles of south Covington. The Creation Museum is in Boone County just off of the Petersburg exit off Interstate 275.
Answers in Genesis Founder Ken Ham, is one of the conference’s featured speakers.



Ham is scheduled to deliver two talks: “Noah’s Flood – God’s Judgment of Sin” is scheduled Friday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m.; “Why taking the Book of Genesis word-for-word is so important to Biblical accuracy” is scheduled Saturday, Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m.

“We are excited and honored to have Ken Ham as one of our feature speakers,” Perkins said. “Ken Ham and Answers is Genesis do a remarkable job defending the accuracy of the Bible, so this is just a great match for us and the people who attend this conference.”

Eric Summe, President and CEO of meetNKY | Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau, said faith-based groups are frequent visitors to the Northern Kentucky Convention Center and the entire region.

“The Creation Museum has long been a major draw to our region, and now with the Ark Encounter, we are going to continue to see groups like Compass International visit our community because of these and other attractions and venues to visit and enjoy,” Summe said.

meetNKY logoThe Ark, at nearly two football fields long and 60 feet high, is a full-scale replica built to Biblical dimensions.

“The people who follow our ministry know about the Ark, and they are very excited about seeing and experiencing it,” Perkins said. “Local residents who haven’t been to the Ark or the Creation Museum, or who have been there and want to visit again, will have that chance as well as learn about the numerous scriptures that refer to the devastating worldwide flood. We are convinced this is going to be a one of the most exciting and important Steeling conferences we have ever held.”

For more information, including a full list of speakers and how to register for the conference, or to find and book a hotel room, visit www.Compass.org.

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