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Trek Thru Truth is growing in its community support, and countless business owners, including Jonathan Cantrell, are getting behind the future interactive biblical museum.
With Biblical literacy being at an all time low in the nation, TTT is working with exhibit designers and educators to create encounters that allow visitors to link together the accounts of the Bible as they take a “trek thru truth.”
The upcoming biblical museum Trek Thru Truth has a wide array of supporters in the community, including the Cleveland Bradley County Chamber of Commerce, which hopes to see swathes of interested tourists flocking to Cleveland to see the country’s newest attraction upon completion.
Christian films are often rare sights at movie theaters, but an upcoming one, “Breakthrough” has attracted 190 viewers to AMC Theaters for a special, early showing on Saturday, April 6, hosted by the planned interactive Bible museum Trek Thru Truth.
“The Veil: Creation of Glory,” the Broadway-style musical ballet centered around the world’s creation and God’s involvement throughout, is scheduled for its seventh annual showing Saturday and Sunday, at the Conn Center.
Christel Hudgins, owner of Simply Chic Boutique, is using her locally owned, faith-based business as a sponsor of the upcoming biblical interactive museum, Trek Thru Truth, to promote the shared values surrounding Jesus Christ.
Behind every man is a great woman, and this rings true for Jill Caywood, wife of the future interactive biblical museum’s Trek Thru Truth president Doug Caywood.
Dr. Brian Peterson is a Lee University associate professor using his knowledge and findings of archeology to bring authentic life into the offerings at the planned museum called Trek Thru Truth.