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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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Student Essay Contest Has Begun!

Picture of teenager writingEssayists ages 11 to 18 are invited to enter their work in the annual Student Essay Contest, for cash prizes and a lot of learning! Pick your favorite animal, plant, cosmological question, or any topic that pertains to the creation/evolution issue, and research what the evidences are for and against this having come into existence by time and chance and the properties of the universe. Or discuss the effects of evolutionism on society (ex.: law, psychology, crime, etc.). Use your imagination! (Just don't use your imagination instead of evidence!) (more...)

Submissions will be accepted until April 30, 2015. Winners may be invited to present their findings to an autumn MCF meeting - although no one is required to make a presentation.

Free book (while they last!) to anyone planning to enter an essay:

Evolution Handbook Evolution Exposed - Biology (by Roger Patterson) Evolution Exposed - Earth Sciences, by Roger Patterson

Programming of Life is now online!

Image of poster - click for downloadThis is one of the very best movies on Intelligent Design we've ever had the pleasure to encounter! And you can even view the whole thing online, free!

This would be a good 1-2 punch if paired with the DVD Unlocking the Mystery of Life!

Bulk quantities of Programming are available here (and MCF gets no kickback from them)!

A Midwest Creation Fellowship event MCF's April Meetings

What About… Human Evolution!
Mr. Carl Kerby - click for info with Carl Kerby of Reasons for Hope

Discussion of the supposed evolutionary ‘ancestors’ used to “prove” human evolution including the world-famous "Lucy".

Carl is a great favorite with young audiences. Don't miss this!

Your choice:
Monday, April 6, 2015 in Lindenhurst, IL (more)
      -- OR --
Tuesday, April 7, in Carol Stream, IL (more)

Schedule for both nights:
6:00 p.m.: (in Lindenhurst): doors open
6:45 p.m.: Refreshments
7:00 p.m.: Presentation
8:00 p.m.: Q&A

No charge, everyone welcome. We do pass the plate for help to Cover expenses of these meetings.

Homeschool Science Fair in Rockford, April 25

Winners of the 2014 Science Fair Want another chance for students in grades K-12 to use science knowledge to win something? Whether or not you write an essay for our Student Essay Contest, here's another way to get recognition for your explorations in science - the Northern Illinois Regional Science Fair (NIRSF).

You can build a model, such as a model of a heart or a rocket; or display a collection of something like shells, insects, tree twigs, or rocks; or do an experiment, such as to test different soaps to see which removes stains the best.

Prizes are shown in their website. Check it out!