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Aliso Niguel 3, San Juan Hills 0

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          The TEA Summit shows how artists make the impossible happen      Comment   Translate Page      
By Robert Niles: The Themed Entertainment Association's annual TEA Summit brings hundreds of the world's top theme park design professionals to Anaheim to celebrate and learn from the best new attractions and developments opened in the past couple of years.

So what were a bunch of people who run a motorcycle dealership in Topeka, Kansas doing there?

TEA Summit 2019
Photo courtesy Themed Entertainment Association

Amanda Beach, Bruce Zimmerman, and Michael Patterson (above) actually asked themselves that same question as they took the stage Friday to talk about their upcoming Thea Award for the Evel Knievel Museum during the TEA Summit's Case Studies day. How a team of people who restored and sold Harley-Davidson motorcycles for a living ended up building an award-winning themed attraction far off the tourist path provided what might have been the day's best illustration of the creative process that drives this industry.

Turning buckets of motorcycle parts into a $350,000 Mecum Auctions sale for rocker Jerry Lee Lewis attracted the attention of Lathan McKay, who has amassed a collection of Knievel motorcycles, leathers, and memorabilia. He'd just bought Knievel's old Mack Truck hauler and was looking to get it restored.

A lifelong Knievel fan, Patterson agreed to project, despite the dealership having no experience in restoring trucks. But they learned how to do it, and did. Impressed with their work, McKay agreed to display the truck at the dealership as the anchor of an Evel Knievel museum.

Except that the team didn't know how to develop a museum, either. But like with the truck restoration, they learned how to do it, and they did. Ultimately, the dealership partnered with Dimensional Inventions to develop three interactive exhibits for the new 16,000-square-foot facility, including "Bad to the Bones," an interactive anatomy display that illustrates all the broken bones that Knievel suffered in missed jumps over his career. Another display invites visitors to figure out the proper speed and launch angle to successfully land a motorcycle jump.

But the exhibit that caused all the polite skepticism in the room to melt into giddy "book my trip to Topeka NOW" enthusiasm was a custom 4D virtual reality experience that allows visitors to sit on a 1974 Harley decorated in Knievel's red-white-and-blue colors, strap on a VR headset and to see with your eyes and feel with your rear end what it's like to sit on a bike as it jumps 16 police cars. For a moment, you can be Evel Knievel. Here's the museum's hype video, which includes POV from the jump ride:

The same "what the hell, let's go for it" spirit helped build the Slidewheel, a rotating water slide that looks like what would have happened if M.C. Escher has designed a water park. This one actually sprung from the imagination of a Swiss boy, who described a "never ending water slide" to his father. Together, they filed a patent for the idea, then got German manufacturer wiegand.maelzer to try to build a prototype.

Managing Director Rainer Maelzer described how industry pros would come look at their model at trade shows, immediately dismiss it as "impossible," then return a couple of hours later to look more, saying, "well, maybe, if you do this..." Like any great idea, it just wouldn't get out of people's heads once it got in.

But who would buy it? Eventually, China's Chimelong Group stepped up. And now we have this.

And yes, the young man who dreamed of the slide got to ride it.

Want more seemingly crazy ideas? TEA Summit Case Study day is filled with 'em. How about putting drones into a stage show... inside a cruise ship? Princess Cruises did it, with its Fantastic Journey show aboard Majestic Princess, which also features six giant LED "doors" that move around the stage and projection mapping covering 270 degrees of the theater's walls. That would be impressive tech in any theater, much less on that one that moves with the ocean's waves and swells... and has a single stage load door only six feet by nine feet, located 30 feet above the water line. Everything on that stage has to pack down to fit through.

Or how about an art installation in a national park, where you're not legally allowed to install anything? Sarah Fuller, Tamara Ross, and Moment Factory's Simon Garant presented Illuminations: human/nature, a nighttime experience where small groups of visitors carried multimedia equipment disguised as camping tools to enable digital displays about wildlife and indigenous peoples as the visitors hiked through the park. That forced the visitors to have to work together throughout the experience, making it more impressive for all.

"The tools were the coolest thing to come out of this," Fuller said. "But those tools were there because of the constraints."

The case studies also revealed additional detail about more familiar attractions. Owen Yoshino from Walt Disney Imagineering and Roger Gould from Pixar revealed that Disney has considered a StormRider sequel and a The Incredibles-on-vacation theme for the StormRider revamp that became Nemo & Friends SeaRider at Tokyo DisneySea. The motion theater show employs randomly selected chapters, like Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, but without the visual crutch of lightspeed jumps that allows them stitch together the selected scenes in that attraction. Not opting to use something similar, such as bubble wipes, required Imagineers to devise chapters that would all run for the exact number of frames with the same beginning and ending frames for seamless transitions.

Mike Davis from Universal Parks and Resorts presented Universal Studios Japan's Spectacle Night Parade: The Best of Hollywood, which includes units themed to the Minions, Transformers, Jurassic World, and Harry Potter. Davis explained how Universal stepped beyond the conventions established by Disney's Main Street Electrical Parade to create a new type of nighttime parade, one that used more theatrical lighting, supported by projection mapping on buildings surrounding the parade route. Universal also developed a virtual sound zone that allowed the appropriate music and soundscape to follow each float down the parade route, rather than employ the traditional sound design method of breaking up the route into distinct sound zones that sometimes don't match with the exact timing of floats.

Universal Creative's Dale Mason also talked attendees through Universal Orlando's Volcano Bay water theme park. (Which we discussed in our podcast last fall.) Another Theme Park Insider interviewee, Rich Hill, presented the Six Flags Magic Mountain installation of Justice League: Battle for Metropolis, which he and I talked about here on the site previously.

You can experience a Thea Award winner at home with Be Washington, a simulation game from Virginia's Mount Vernon, where visitors (in person or online) watch beautifully produced video reenactments of four crises in George Washington's military and political careers, then decide how they would have acted in the same situation. Christopher Jackson, who originated the role of George Washington in Broadway's "Hamilton," hosts.

But the presentations had me ready to book a trip to Denmark to visit Billund's LEGO House, built to look like 21 giant stacked LEGO bricks and devoted to the ideal of learning through play.

And then on to China to visit the Fantawild Oriental Heritage theme park in Xiamen, which tells traditional stories of Chinese culture using the latest in high-tech theme park attractions, including a four-sided "holographic" stage, a 360-degree rotating and lifting theater under a dome screen, and a robot-arm dark ride.

Former SeaWorld creative director Brian Morrow moderated several of the presentations and summarized the day's lessons: "The impossible is plausible, if you work hard."


          Maternal Child Health Department Asst Manager, RN - (Anaheim, California, United States)      Comment   Translate Page      
For one large unit or more than one smaller unit within a 24 hour department, supervises the implementation, delivery and evaluation/improvement of quality patient care/nursing operations and services that add value and are integrated with nursing standards of practice, service priorities and performance/outcomes measures, as well as with departmental, business and organizational goals/objectives. Essential Responsibilities: Supervises the delivery of nursing services and patient care within one unit(s) which are integrated with business and department plans and meet or exceed cost, quality, clinical and utilization standards and performance measures. Ensures that unit(s) services meet members', physician and internal clients' needs in a changing, competitive health care market. Supervises a single unit (8 to 24 hours) of approximately 20 or more employees or more than one smaller unit. Ensures patient care and quality standards are met and comply with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements and established departmental policies and procedures, utilization and clinical/performance standards and measures. Supervises and ensures continuous improvement of all clinical practices, services and operations by designing and implementing systems, processes and methods to evaluate and improve patient care within the unit. Supervises day-to-day activities of the unit(s); monitors quality service and utilization standards; supervises shift(s) activities and delivery of patient care. Supervises unit(s) day- to- day clinical operations including practice standards, staffing, payroll, budgets, fiscal management, and quality improvement. Develops and implements action plans to improve staff development and the delivery of patient care. Monitors the quality of service and utilization standards and assumes specific responsibility for patient care at the unit level. Ensures coordinated plans of treatment, customer focused care and cost effective utilization of services. Monitors the allocation and utilization of unit(s) personnel based on continual changes in patient population/needs and provides the best level of patient care while identifying savings opportunities. Works with health care providers outside of the unit(s) to achieve optimal patient care across the continuum. Researches, identifies, and implements best practice models developed in unit(s) or by other units. Investigates and resolves patient/family/member concerns regarding patient care. Supervises the daily unit(s) operations, including human resources management, department and employee safety programs, and risk management.
          PACU Charge RN - Hospital - (Anaheim, California, United States)      Comment   Translate Page      
Functions as a Lead of the healthcare team, coordinates departmental operations that ensure quality patient care in a safe, healing environment that is patient and family centered. Demonstrates responsibility and accountability for own professional practice. Has appropriate clinical skills to be an expert resource. Is available and supportive to employees and understands priorities/needs of the department. Is a staff role model for professional nursing practice. May recommend to management in efficient resource allocation by assuring appropriate patient assignments, staffing, and scheduling. Demonstrates performance consistent with the strategic plan of the organization and the KP nursing mission and values. Essential Functions: - The Charge Registered Nurse demonstrates proficiency by exhibiting the following skills, competencies,&behaviors: - Leadership: Directs reviews, assigns&organizes the work of at least three (3) or more employees, of which at leastone (1) must be another Registered Nurse.Applies the KP Nursing mission, vision, values&behaviors in daily practice. Understands needs&sets priorities for the department.Provides professionalleadership&direction of department personnel in order to maintain efficient delivery of effective patient care. Coordinates departmental operations&delegates tasks appropriately. Is an excellent staff role model for professional nursing practice (e.g. RN/MD Collaborating for Outcomes, Just Culture, Quality,Service, Safety). Supports&enhances the leadership skills of the staff RNs, LVNs&UAs/CNAs (&otherancillary staff as appropriate).Upholds compliance with Kaiser Permanente's Policies&Procedures, Principles of Responsibilities, applicable state&federal laws®ulations,&accreditation&licensure requirements.Upholds the standards of the California Nurse Practice Act, American Nurses Association(ANA) Standards of Nursing Practice,&ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses. Champions new ideas; Actively collaborates with others through the change process. Acts as a resource, preceptor&mentor to new employees, registry, students,&other team members in department specific operations&patient care activities. Collaborates with or refers to manager/clinical nurse specialist/educator any outstanding issues or concerns on the unit. Demonstrates ability to identify&resolve problems in collaboration with work team&with other departments. Ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, policies, procedures,&standards of practice. Participates in activities related to patient flow, including admission&discharge rocesses. Facilitates inter-professional/interdisciplinary communication&collaboration. - Nursing Process: Serves as a resource for clinical concerns, scope of practice&applicable state&federal regulations as well as operational concerns of providers&staff. Possesses experience&skills to be a resource for providers, RNs, LVNs, USs/CNAs, (&other ancillary staff as appropriate). Demonstrates flexibility in work schedule to meet the department dem&s of the day; facilitates&relieves staff breaks. Actively involved in assigning, orienting,&precepting&coaching staff as needed. - Documentation: Conducts audits&ensures that documentation reflects thorough assessments, incorporates physical&psychosocial findings, diagnostic tests, learning needs, barriers, multidisciplinary education plans&age appropriate care. - Clinical Outcomes: Participates/leads various aspects of department operations, staff competencies, department committees, Unit Based Teams (UBTs), new projects, quality efforts,&educational programs. Demonstrates knowledge of patients' specific conditions commonly seen in the department&care required. Interfaces with leadership, peers, physicians, other healthcare providers,&support staff regarding performance, as necessary. Actively participates, champions&motivates other staff in quality improvement in patient care, workflow,&improvement in clinical initiatives&working conditions of the department. Provides input on employees' performance evaluations through daily observation&monitoring of performance. - Workplace Safety: Adjusts staffing needs of the department to assure quality patient care, patient&staff safety, efficiency, productivity&working conditions of providers&staff. Actively models Labor-Management Partnership (LMP) Workplace Safety principles&practices. - Patient Care Experience/Customer Service: Acts as a role model for staff regarding providing a patient care experience that exceeds members' expectations. Ensures timely&appropriate management of patients. Coordinates smooth transition for patients across the care continuum. Participates in daily leadership rounds, documents rounding activities on unit rounding logs (as appropriate.). Assures hourly rounds are conducted by staff. Where appropriate, assures hourly rounds are documented according to unit/facility policy or guidelines. - Team Commitment: Ensures support of the collaborative LMP environment through unit based teams (UBTs). Identifies&supports staff professional/clinical development needs (i.e. certification, presentations, reward/recognition). Motivates staff to attain their fullest potential in improving performance, attendance,access, service&quality outcomes. Lead/facilitate daily/shift multidisciplinary huddles. Assures huddle messages are consistently communicated. Confronts difficult or conflict situations constructively&seeks appropriate assistance. - Fiscal Responsibility: Participates in resource allocation (assignments, scheduling, staffing, equipment/suppliesmanagement). Collaborates&assists with leadership, physicians,&peers in staffing, workflow&throughput to promote quality patient care, patient&staff safety, efficiency, productivity&working conditions of providers&staff. - Professional Development: Attends Charge Nurse Educational programs. Takes responsibility for professional growth&development.
          Medical Asst/Med Receptionist- Central Orange County - Heritage Healthcare - Anaheim, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
Reports directly to the Front Office Lead and/or Medical Office Manager and Medical Office Supervisor. When performing duties as a Medical Assistant, this...
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          Database Administrator and Systems Administrator      Comment   Translate Page      
CA-Anaheim, POSITION SUMMARY: This position designs, maintains, and controls the Business Analytics database/s and data dictionary. Establishes and enforces all database standards. Analyzes all informational requirements of new or production systems and develops database specifications. Establishes and enforces controls to ensure database integrity and security. Oversees Software Administrator for the SAS Ana
          (USA-CA-Anaheim) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2062 - Anaheim)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2062 - Anaheim) (19011688) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Anaheim - 2062 - Anaheim-(02062) Work Location: 2062 - Anaheim-(02062) 927 S. Euclid Street, Suite B Anaheim 92802
          (USA-CA-Anaheim) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (111 - Anaheim Hills)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (111 - Anaheim Hills) (19011269) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Anaheim - 0111 - Anaheim Hills-(00111) Work Location: 0111 - Anaheim Hills-(00111) 8182 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd, Ste 195 Anaheim 92808-1109
          (USA-CA-Anaheim) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2619 - Anaheim Town Square)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2619 - Anaheim Town Square) (19011397) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Anaheim - 2619 - Anaheim Town Square-(02619) Work Location: 2619 - Anaheim Town Square-(02619) 2002 E. Lincoln Avenue Anaheim 92806
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          (USA-CA-Anaheim) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (1924 - East Anaheim)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (1924 - East Anaheim) (19011521) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Anaheim - 1924 - East Anaheim-(01924) Work Location: 1924 - East Anaheim-(01924) 5631 East La Palma Ave Anaheim 92807
          Help Wanted - Joe's Italian Ice - Anaheim, CA      Comment   Translate Page      
Now hiring at 2201 South Harbor Boulevard,...
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          Wondercon Exclusive Interview: Troy Baker and Cas Anvar on ‘Batman Vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’      Comment   Translate Page      
The crossover event uniting Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Gotham City premiered at WonderCon in Anaheim to positive reviews.  This full length animated movie was inspired by the success of the comic miniseries that debuted in 2016.  It features Troy Baker playing both Batman and the Joker,...
          ACOSTA, William      Comment   Translate Page      
Age 64 of Anaheim, CA Formerly of St. Paul, MN Went to be with the Lord on April 6, 2019. Preceded in death by parents John & Rosie and brother...
          From Mount Sinai to the Red Sea Crossing, This Man Searches for the Bible's 'Lost' Sites      Comment   Translate Page      

When Bob Cornuke first got involved in searching for lost locations in the Bible, he met a man named Jim Erwin who was the eighth man to walk on the moon.

"He was the first one to drive a car on the Moon," Cornuke told Peter Wooding, European Bureau Chief for ASSIST News at the recent NRB Convention in Anaheim, CA.

"He said, 'Bob, how'd you like to do something really fun? Let's look for Noah's Ark! It'd be the greatest discovery of all time!'"

Cornuke thought, "OK, how can you pass up on that?"

Cornuke had been involved with a career in law enforcement, got involved in a very bad shooting, moved to Colorado—and that's when he met Jim Erwin.

"So that started this cascading life of adventure and fun and risk and peril and books and video, TV and all that kind of fun things—and it was all because of meeting a man who walked on the moon that started it for me."

What have been some of the standout moments?

"It's hard to say that we've 'discovered' anything because God will reveal things in His time, for His purpose and His glory. But the standout things that we think we have been allowed to be a part of that God's revealed to us is the Mount Sinai story.

"Where is the real Mount Sinai? Tradition puts it, of course, and everybody believes that it's in the Sinai Peninsula. But the Bible says in Galatians 4:25 that Mount Sinai is in Arabia. That's a red flag for me, and as a former FBI trained homicide investigator, I had to check that out, because the Bible is shooting a flaming arrow right into Arabia as to where the real Mount Sinai is.

"So I went there, I met with a man named Larry Williams—we found this peak that's black on top and all these things around it. There [were] pillars and altars and writings and a lot of people were saying, 'Yes, that is the real Mount Sinai' now as late as Josephus Demetrius and Philo, historians from as far back as 250 B.C. have said that's the place, in the ancient land of Midian. So we think the real Mount Sinai has been discovered in the ancient land of Midian. And believe it or not, they're doing a Hollywood movie on it now, and of course, I'm not going to be in the movie, but it's a big Hollywood production that we're actually in the process of production as we speak."

Cornuke said the movie will be called The Mountain of Fire.

"It's really fun because we're talking big Hollywood types—I can't reveal a lot of the names that we're involved with now because they're contract negotiations—but Dean River is going to be producing it. One of the co-producers is Charles Seeger, who did National Treasure 1 and National Treasure 2. And I'm going over in a few weeks, doing some site locations in Jordan, where they filmed Lawrence of Arabia, and I'll be with the film commission over there, doing site locations for the movie. I've never had a movie done about me, so it's all new, but it's very fun and exciting."

Cornuke has 11 books and the most recent just came out, called Explorer—My Life Searching for Lost Locations in the Bible, that chronicles all his searches.

"I've been involved with 72 expeditions, been arrested five times in the Middle East for carrying a Bible, believed to be a spy—so they arrest you because you've a Bible in the Middle East. I don't want to ruin the book, but I do live. I survive!

The book is about Cornuke's nine searches and expeditions looking for Noah's Ark.

"I've looked for the real Mount Sinai that we just talked about. I've looked for the crossing site of the Red Sea where the fleeing Hebrews went being chased by Pharaoh went through the Red Sea. I've searched for the Ark of the Covenant in Ethiopia on 22 trips looking for it. I've actually been on the search looking for Paul's shipwreck—we think we've found the four anchors or God's revealed the four anchors of where Paul's shipwreck would be, and that's off the coast of Malta. We have four lead first-century Alexandrian freighter anchors that have been located over there by divers. And then we more recently have been involved searching where the real Solomon's temple and Herod's temple are located. We're looking for where Christ was crucified, and that's where Golgotha is, of course. I don't think people are going to be too believing of where we say, because tradition is such a strong thing, so you have to get past that big rock in the road that's called 'tradition' to find these locations. You take what the Bible says, and you bump into these roadblocks of tradition. So we try to go around these traditions and follow God's words as a roadmap and as a compass and as a guide."

How much have these travels helped Cornuke's faith to actually see the Bible come to life?

"I don't care who we are you know the Bible is a very difficult thing to believe you see—well, there's the Red Sea parting, and you see the world being flooded, and you see animals aboard the ark, and you start saying 'Well, that's a little farfetched,' and then you say 'Wait a second; God put that in the Bible.'

"The Bible is God's revelation of Himself to man. God's the author. Salvation's the end, and truth without any mixture of error is the content. The Bible is and shall be the supreme standard by which we should live. We should stop saying, 'Wait a second; we're second-guessing God,' because that's impossible. If the first line in the Bible is 'In the beginning God created ...' anything is possible. God can create. He can allow, he can provide things such as the flood to teach a disbelieving world about Himself and His nature and what He's intended. For instance, Noah's ark—if you're on that ark, you're saved. If you're off that ark, you perish. So there's no 'spiritual Switzerland' when you're on the ark of Christ today—you're saved. If you're off the ark of Christ today, you perish. The ark was a forerunner of Jesus and a perfect illustration of salvation."

Cornuke continued: "But the world wants to make everything complex, and they want to say, 'I want to have all these answers.' We don't have all the answers. God says 'I don't want you to have all the answers. I want you to have a childlike faith.' Matthew 11:25 says: 'Oh Father, Lord of heaven and earth, thank You for hiding the truth from those who think themselves so wise and clever and for revealing it to the childlike.' Not the childish, the childlike. We have too many intellectuals today. People these days just puffed up with all this intellect that they can't see the truth past the scales in their eyes and the plugs that are in their ears. The Bible says, 'Thank you for hiding the truth from those that think themselves so wise and clever.'

"The whole university system is designed to gut God out of the divine and say these things didn't happen. The Red Sea parted from a strong wind. No, God parted the Red Sea with His mighty hand! The Bible says, 'I will show you these things that you should know that I'm the Lord your God.' He didn't do it because he was a cosmic show-off. He showed the people because He wanted them to know there was no other way of salvation except through Me. That's what God's done with his Son Jesus Christ who died on the cross for our sins, gruesome death; He paid the price for our sins. It just pains God's heart to see a world today that's totally disbelieving, that's caught up in following man instead of what God is saying."

What's next for Cornuke — are there more adventures, or will he ever hang up his boots?

"For some people, they stop. And so why do I look for these things? Because I try to show people the physical evidence that's in the Bible. People say, 'Well, you just need to have faith.' Well, faith is a great thing, but people say, 'Well, you just need to have faith. Why do you need to find things?' Well, how did Jesus teach when He encountered the doubting Thomas? He said, 'Look at the holes in my hands and my side.' And what did Thomas do? He fell down and said, 'My Lord and my God!'

"I try to show people the evidence, the physical evidence that these ancient historical events are real and true; and if we rely on the Bible—every word of the Bible from start to finish—we can rely on the Bible; and if we do so, we have the faith of a child ,and the world will change, and you can move mountains with that kind of faith. So the world today is doubting—and who blames them, because they're getting fed nothing but this nonsense from a secular world that says they have the answers when they don't even know what the question is, let alone have the answers."

More information about Cornuke and his work can be found online at Baseinstitute.org. {eoa}

This article originally appeared on Assist News Service. Reprinted with permission.


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