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Midwest Creation Fellowship (MCF) is a Christian ministry dedicated to demonstrating the historical and scientific accuracy of the Bible, principally in Genesis. Our services include:

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Annual Student Essay Contest

Click for Essay Contest page Entries accepted until
April 30, 2014

Students ages 11 to 18 can compete for cash prizes and an invitation to speak at the fall MCF meeting! More

Write on any topic that has a relationship to the creation/evolution controversy. (Topic suggestions) You could be a winner! You might also use your research to prepare a science fair exhibit!

Saturday, April 26, 2014
Northern Illinois Regional Science Fair
Rockford, IL

Participant demonstrating her model of a volcanoHomeschoolers (only) in grades K-12 are eligible, if you're in driving distance of the Rockford site. Make a collection, or do an experiment, or just do a display explaining an area of science! You might be able to study one subject and use it for both the science fair and the MCF Essay Contest. Doubles your chance for prizes!

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MCF West (the sub-group that arranges meetings in Carol Stream) also has its own facebook account!

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Dr. Jonathan SarfatiDr. Jonathan Sarfati is coming to Chicago area April 27-28!

One of the world's premier creationist scientists will be in the Chicago area!

More info & downloadable poster & handouts here!

Mt. St. Helens eruption - courtesy of US Geological Service MCF West presents
Tuesday, May 6, 7:00 p.m.
Mount St. Helens: Portrait of a Catastrophe
with Terry Mondy

What have geologists learned from the devastating eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980? How does their research support a Creation Model of origins? Learn fascinating evidence from one of the most recorded geological events in history!

Click for Dr. Lucas' bio Tuesday, May 6
Dr. Bill Lucas
Carol Stream, IL

MCF West is delighted to welcome back Dr. Charles Lucas of Common Sense Science (CSS)!

CSS's mission is to use "classical" physics to explain what matter is made of, without resorting to hypothetical, often contradictory concepts used in the "Standard" Model of the atom. More to come!