Pray for Don Yaeger and Kent Hovind (2006 Archives)

Please pray for Don Yaeger and Kent Hovind
Don Yaeger (on right) with Dr. Carl Baugh and casts of sauropod bones put back in place from where the real bones were excavated. May 2000.
Don Yaeger (on right) with Dr. Carl Baugh and casts of sauropod bones
put back in place from where the real bones were excavated. May 2000.

Please pray for Don’s full recovery.

Don Yaeger received a severe blow to the head Thurs. Nov. 3, 2006 while working on his property. He has been in an induced coma since that time.  Drs. are watching for the swelling in the brain to go down.  He shows responses when touched.  A new cat scan will be done probably on Wed. or Thurs.

Don has been an indispensable part of most of the digs that Mt. Blanco has done for the past 11 years and also as long for Carl Baugh’s Creation Evidence Museum. He is a mechanical genius and his hard work is only exceeded by his generosity.

Dr. Kent Hovind excavating with Joe Taylor at Carl Baugh's dinosaur quarry in Colorado, 2003.
Dr. Kent Hovind excavating with Joe Taylor at Carl Baugh’s dinosaur quarry in Colorado, 2003.

Please pray for Kent and his wife Jo. 

They have been convicted on numerous counts of tax evasion and other charges and face long jail terms. Pray that God will give them an acceptable way out of this.  Many of us know the positions that Kent has taken regarding our true constitutional rights.  Many of us agree with his views, however, the government does not agree and Dr. Hovind like many others are fighting the power of the Federal government and often the bias of the judge over the case.  I do not know all the details of the Hovind’s charges, but I know that Kent is a good man and needs the prayers of the untold numbers he has helped.  He is a tireless worker for the truth of the Creation message.  Don’t judge him falsely.  There are always two sides to every story.  Also pray for the jury and the judge in charge that they will likewise judge righteously lest God judge them by the same measure.

Joe Taylor

Director Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum


 

Article and photos copyright Mt. Blanco, originally published 2006.  Re-posted August 2015

*Mt. Blanco Archives: Because of the many changes since Mt. Blanco opened in 1998, we are re-posting many of the old updates, articles, etc. that were originally on our website.  Some of the information may be out of date, but each of our archived articles are an important part of Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum’s history.

 

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