Davis to present program at Perry Chapel

| November 23, 2015

COSHOCTON – Perry Chapel Baptist Church will host a special program on Sunday, Nov. 29 during Sunday School and worship services. Buddy Davis, a long-time member of the church, will present a program about the Creation Museum. Davis paired up with Ken Ham of the Creation Museum in Kentucky and together, the two have been working with a crew on creating an ark that is based on the dimensions given in the Bible. The ark will be open in 2016.

The Creation Museum has a variety of displays from the beginning of the Garden of Eden through the first six chapters of Genesis.

“It basically takes the Bible and shows what it’s all about,” said Norma Lupher, secretary of Perry Chapel. “It’s really a big thing for Christians.”

When the new church first opened, Davis gave a presentation on the museum. More than 500 people came to hear him speak.

“The museum is to prove to people that the Bible really is true,” said Lupher. “It really is a very interesting place to go. Even skeptics that don’t believe go through there and come out believing.”

Davis travels all over the world, mostly in search of dinosaurs, which has been his passion for many years. He even has somewhat of a personal connection to Noah’s Ark as he has been to Mount Ararat in Turkey where the ark supposedly was found in 2010.

Davis will be presenting a concert as well during the Sunday School hour at 9:30 a.m. He is a renowned singer and songwriter and has many CDs available. His presentation will be during worship at 10:30 a.m. He also has videos, DVDs, and books available and has programs geared toward children. He has even had his works dubbed in other languages.

“He is one of the most humble people you’ll ever meet but he loves doing the Lord’s work,” said Lupher.

Perry Chapel is located at 19476 TR 380 in Warsaw.

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