These links are to their websites, not to one specific event. This list is not meant to be inclusive. For other, unlisted organizations, do an online search.
4th Day Alliance: a Christian organization focusing on how the heavens declare the glory of God! Their site has a calendar of coming astronomical events, plus stunning photos of the heavens!
Alpha Omega Institute: Since 1984, Alpha-Omega has developed a multitude of resources: Discover Creation Seminars, Children's Ministry, Creation Vacations & Camps, Public, Christian & Home School Programs, Publications including Think & Believe and Kids T & B Too!, Intern Training Program, Resource Center, International Outreach. HQ: Grand Junction. Colorado
Biblical Genetics: Geneticist Rob Carter's website — The intersection of biblical studies, genetics, history, genealogy, and geography.
The Creation Education Center is now
The Starting Point Project -- see below
Creation Ministries International: (H.Q.: Australia, United States) CMI is similar to Answers in Genesis in size and offerings. They produce Creation Magazine and the technical Journal of Creation. They are one of THE BIG THREE creationist groups in the world.
Creation Moments: Formerly the Bible-Science Association, started by Rev. Walter Lang. Their beautiful website has many resources, such as articles, a sign-up for a daily emailed devotional, church bulletin inserts, archived radio programs, and more. You may have heard the short Creation Moments programs on radio. The focus is on the historicity and scientific accuracy of the Bible.
Creation Research: John Mackay's organization in Australia. Mackay is a geologist who speaks internationally on evidences for creation. The ministry includes an interesting assortment of video demonstrations, articles, and a store. His events are normally in Australia, so if you're Down Under, you might attend!
Creation Studies Institute: This Florida-based group puts out a great newsletter, a yearly dinosaur excavation trip, a trip hunting fossils on the Peace River (Florida), an extensive creation-oriented "Discovery Museum," a radio program, podcasts, and more.
Creation Today: Founded by Eric Hovind, with a wealth of videos, live-streamed programs, and resources for sale. As of January 25, 2023, ALL of their streamed resources are available for free!
Crosstalk Radio Show: "Crosstalk" is a live call-in radio program of VCY Radio, headquartered in Wisconsin. They sometimes interview creationists. The link takes you to their page showing stations around the country that carry this program.
Creation Science Society of Milwaukee: CSSM is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to enabling Christians to defend their faith and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. They focus particularly on providing answers to questions surrounding the book of Genesis, as it is the most-attacked book of the Bible. CSSM also desires to train others to develop a biblical worldview. They bring in presenters who speak at multiple local churches per month, and have a well-stocked resource store.
Institute for Creation Research: The original major creationist organization! They now stress doing the research that provides material for other organizations to use.
Local Church Apologetics: "...has been established to help the local church with incorporating apologetics into their ongoing ministries. We have material for every age level to assist believers of all ages in knowing how to defend and share their Christian faith in the midst of an unbelieving, hostile culture.&rquot;
Quad City Creation Science Association (Davenport, Iowa) Conducts local meetings throughout Iowa and into Illinois. Has their own lending library. This group has really grown from its beginning only a few years ago!
Reasons for Hope: Carl Kerby's ministry offers speaking engagements, a Grand Canyon raft trip, online videos and videos for purchase, and you can ask questions online. Their deBunked videos are 2-5 minutes each, with bullet-speed explanations of various topics in apologetics.
Rational Faith: "While it's the goal here at Rational Faith to demonstrate that the Christian Faith is rational because it is based on truth that is corroborated by evidence, there's more to living out the faith than simply knowing Christianity is able to withstand any attack.... Not only is God concerned that you have a Godly view of the faith; He also wants you to have a Godly approach to all of life."
Science Shepherd:: Science Shepherd Christian Homeschool Curriculum was developed by a homeschooling dad, Dr. Scott Hardin, who experienced firsthand the need for quality higher level science curricula for the homeschool community. (We heard Dr. Hardin at an MCF meeting in February of 2022, here.
Sonlight Tours: Duane Caldwell has been trained in leading tours of public museums, but from a creationist perspective. He will show you what is claimed vs. what is published as real. Currently, he conducts tours of the Chicago Field Museum, Milwaukee Public Museum, and Adler Planetarium. His tours do have a charge, but he sometimes has special rates. The museums also have their own charges.
The Starting Point Project (formerly The Creation Education Center): Jay Seegert is the past president of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee. His organization conducts live call-in webcasts and trips to the Grand Canyon. He speaks in churches and conferences, and his talks are recorded on DVDs. Online catalog of resources.
Summit Ministries: Christian worldview organization, with some emphasis on creation. Conferences, college-credit institutes, and much more.
Whitcomb Ministries: Dr. John Whitcomb co-wrote The Genesis Flood in 1961. This was the book that is credited with sparking the modern creationist movement. Dr. Whitcomb died in February of 2020, and his wife Norma died in December of 2021. Their ministry goes on.
Worldview Academy: "stands on the solid foundation of scripture, training students and adults to understand their faith as a total worldview." Conferences, semester study at Oxford (UK) and in Colorado, student leadership training camps.