Reverend Ronald Jenkins was pastoring the Grace Baptist Temple in Duncanville, Texas when his college day's friend, Carl Baugh, asked him to help with a dinosaur footprint excavation on the Paluxy River, in Glen Rose, Texas. The men of the church provided the labor to remove tons of limestone, where dinosaur tracks and human footprints were discovered. Carl Baugh decided to establish a creation science museum in Glen Rose. Ronald Jenkins was the Founding Vice-President of the Creation Evidence Museum, and continued as Vice-President of the Board of Directors until his death. He participated extensively in the early excavations, and remained closely involved in the activities of the Museum until his passing. His heavenly rewards, in the presence of his Creator and Savior, will be great because of his sharing of the Gospel, and defense of the truth.
The Jenkins family requests that memorial gifts be sent, in memory of Ronald Jenkins, to the Creation Evidence Museum, P.O. Box 299, Glen Rose, Texas 76043.
The Creation Evidence Museum of Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational museum. The Museum is funded solely by contributions from individuals or groups wishing to see the truth of creation made known. Thank you for your generosity. Your gift to The Creation Evidence Museum of Texas is greatly appreciated. For more information about donating to the museum please visit our Donations Page.
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Mail your contribution to: P.O. Box 309, Glen Rose, TX 76043