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:
is on facebook!
MCF West (the sub-group
that arranges meetings in Carol Stream) has its own facebook account!
(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!
Fund-raising Site for Creation Seminar in Michigan
Why are we posting for a seminar in Michigan? Two of
MCF's Board members are also board members of
Creation Summit (CS), a group trying to bring creation
seminars to state universities around America. In the future, CS
hopes to do the same for the Chicago area, and many others. But
right now, funds are being raised for a seminar in/near Michigan State University
in Lansing. If you'd like to make a difference for university
students in November 2014, this site is collecting donations for
the preliminary pastors' luncheon on April 4:
Would you help them?
Tuesday, April 8
The Amazing Brain: More than a Computer!
with D.R. &
Lainna Callentine, M.D.
25W560 Geneva Rd., Carol Stream, IL
Donald and Lainna Callentine have put together a program for us on
the brain! Did you realize your brain is a far more powerful
computer than all the man-made (intelligently designed) computers in
the world? Suitable for ages 10 to adult!
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!
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!
Have you ever wondered "How'd that get into my
computer? I'm so careful!" Malware authors are devising
means to take over your computer/ tablet/ cell phone, and your identity, every minute
of every day. See
here for a very useful article on this topic, on the
WindowsSecrets.com also sends an email newsletter on
computer-related issues. There's a free version and a
more-extensive paid version. I subscribe to it, and it's been
quite informative. If you sign up for it, remember to add their
sending eddress into your email address book, or you very
possibly won't receive their emails.
(Same thing for MCF's emails, you need to add "info@MidwestCreationFellowship.org"
into your email address book, or very possibly, our emails won't
get to you, due to spam filters gone amuk!)