The Gospel Exhibit

The Gospel Exhibit intro
Open to the Public: Thurs. April 2 (5-9pm) & Fri. April 3 (1-5pm & 8-9pm)
2700 Rancho Pancho, Carlsbad, CA 92009
 
The Gospel Exhibit ArtifactsThe Gospel Exhibit is a FREE 96-foot long walk-thru showcase that contains 33 displays.
 
The tour takes you through the major events surrounding the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
 
The various steps of His suffering are brought to light with recreated artifacts, anatomically correct models, and historical quotes.
 
Old Testament Messianic prophecies and fulfilled New Testament Scriptures are presented for each historical event.
 
The Gospel Exhibit features a powerful soundtrack, large screen video, and realistic sound effects complete the multi-sensory experience!
 

Comments on The Gospel Exhibit:
  • “Transforming!”
  • “Simply powerful!”
  • “It touched my heart and restored my faith.”
  • “An incredible intellectual and spiritual experience.”
  • “Beyond words…I have never experienced an exhibit such as this.”
  • “It was amazing…it will have a powerful impact on my life forever.”
  • “Beautiful. Precise. So heart moving. Thank you for that amazing journey.”
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Got Questions?

by Justin Windham, Associate Pastor of Outreach & Discipleship

got questionsMany of us are a part of a unique generation–one that lives in the “internet age,” but also remembers a time before the World Wide Web.

In middle school, I can distinctly remember the tedious task of using big, physical, multi-volume encyclopedias to do research for homework assignments.
Yet, just a few years later in high school, I was browsing the internet to find information as though I had been doing it my whole life. Today, I can’t imagine not having the internet at my fingertips at any moment during the day.
As a child being raised in a Christian family, I learned a lot about God and the Bible through my parents and church. But when I had questions about faith, doubt, Jesus, the origins of the universe, pain and suffering, sin, and more–I didn’t know how to find the answers.
Aware of my frustrations, my parents bought me a reference book called, Where to Find It in the Bible: A Reference Guide from A to Z. I tattered that book’s pages as I would regularly scour it for biblical answers to very real questions I had.
Once our home PC became “web-enabled,” I began searching online for those same answers but quickly realized there was no “biblical orthodoxy” filter that ensured the results I found were actually from a Christ-honoring, bible-based perspective.
A few years later, a new and unique website called GotQuestions.org was published with the explicit mission of seeking “to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by providing biblical, applicable, and timely answers to spiritually related questions through an internet presence.
Since that discovery, this has been my single most treasured online resource in my personal life and ministry.
The website does not just offer certain theologians’ opinions, but uses the Scriptures as the primary source of drawing conclusions. If a potential claim cannot be soundly backed by Scripture, the claim is not made.
And when ambiguity remains and clear-cut answers cannot be arrived at with confidence, the website gives the most compelling Scriptural arguments from the most prevalent views and leaves the reader to arrive at his/her own conclusions.
I have long believed that God is not afraid of our questions. If He’s truly God, there will always be satisfying answers to our most daunting questions.
Certainly, some of those questions won’t be answered on this side of heaven, but until then, www.gotquestions.org does a fantastic job attempting to fill the gap.
To understand the depth and breadth of this resource, I’m posting their current Top 10 most frequently asked questions. Click the links to view the related article.
As much as I love this website, like any extra-biblical material, no man-made resource is perfect and no one has all the answers except God Himself. I hope you enjoy using this website, but remember to always search the Scriptures for yourself and ask the Holy Spirit for wisdom and guidance as you seek truth.