Living Waters Asia always aims to make known to people what God's Word declares. This includes the issue of origin. We all know that science has taken the throne of God's Word as authority in the minds of many people. This has resulted to more people not giving the reverence that is due God Almighty.
This was the reason why LWA decided to purchase a license to have Genesis: Paradise Lost screened to the public. Last July 28, that was actually what we did. More than a hundred teachers from public and private schools and church leaders attended our special free screening of the movie. There was even someone that attended all the way from Guam. Attendees arrived early for the event that had them receive freebies as well. Everyone stayed in their seats as the Christian scientists in the movie argued against the doctrines of the Big Bang and the Theory of Evolution. The age of the universe was also discussed in the movie and was proven as not so old as what secular science declares. The director of LWA also did a summary of the points of the movie after the film before eventually delivering the Gospel message to everyone in attendance.
The feedback for the movie and the event were encouraging. Someone commented that if that was the way science was presented to them in college, then they would have easily understood the topic discussed in the movie. Another said that she now has a better understanding of the existence of dinosaurs and is now capable of helping others with questions about this marvelous creation of God. Still, many of the people in attendance later posted in their Facebook accounts the line "In the beginning God..."
But what we in LWA are most thankful for was the chance to have declared the Gospel message. Please pray for the people that have heard the Good News, that they will humble themselves and ask God for the salvation that only He can give.
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