Midwest Creation Fellowship
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Essay Contest Status
Dromeosaurus dinosaur model from the Creation Museum. Background added.

Student Essay Contest Status
as of May 24, 2020:

Judges have been turning in their work. We're waiting for one more.

After all the judges have turned in their findings, the results need to be sorted out. One judge will rate an essay as the top in its division; another may see it as the third or fourth! (Those of us who have had different teachers in different years -- which is not likely in home-schooling -- have experienced this. Usually, it takes a while to get to know how this year's teacher grades our work!)

We have a way of settling on which essay is first, second and third. It may involve using more judges, but they won't have to read all the essays, just the ones in question. But it takes time. Hopefully, that won't happen this year!

When can you expect to hear if you won?

Most years, winners have been announced by the end of July.


"See the Monkey" cartoon by Dan Lietha.
"See the Monkey" cartoon by Dan Lietha. Click for more (on another website.

June 2, 2020 - MCF's 1st Webinar!
7:00 p.m.

Exposing Imagination and Bias in Evolutionary Images

with Mr. Dan Lietha

No LIVE meeting - but we ARE PLANNING TO live-stream. You would need an emailed invitation to attend. If you are NOT ON OUR EMAIL LIST, you can request an invitation. Call 8 4 7 -2 2 3 -  4 7 3 0. We are restricted to 100 "seats" - devices that log in, so you might want to log in early.

Evolution is taught with some of the best imagery available. But should we trust these images? How do the artists know how the world looked in the past? You'll be shocked at how much of these images are imagination and guesses. You'll never look at these images the same way again!

Dan Lietha is the man behind the cartoons on the Answers in Genesis website, and he now works for Carl Kerby's Reasons for Hope ministry.

Schedule
6:00 p.m.:
The "doors" will open. You have an hour to be sure you can log in. Sorry - you'll have to provide your own cookies!
6:55 p.m.:
Announcements
7:00 p.m.:
Exposing Imagination and Bias in Evolutionary Images
8:00 p.m.:
Q&A

For more information, call 847‑356‑1433,
or email mcfnorth@midwestcreationfellowship.org.

No charge; all are welcome. We do accept donations to defray expenses.

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June 5-6, 2020

In the Beginning: The Origin of the Universe

2020 Society of Creation Conference

Society of Creation Conference - click for website

This conference has taken place in the past at Concordia University, Mequon, Wisconsin. Due to the probability that live meetings will still be forbidden and COVID-19 will still be around, this year the format has become "virtual."

Schedule for Friday, June 5, 2020
and Saturday, June 6
9:00-9:15
Welcome
9:15-10:25
Russell Humphreys, The First Four Days
10:25-11:25
Gary Locklair, Positive Creation Evidences
11:35-12:35
Russell Humphreys, God’s Big Magnets in the Sky
12:35-1:30
 BREAK
1:30-2:30
Spike Psarris, The Origin of the Solar System
2:40-3:40
Joel Heck, An Exegetical Approach to Creation
3:50-4:50
Spike Psarris, Our Goldilocks Cosmos
 

Saturday, June 6 will be the VIDEOS of the LIVE Friday meetings,
and will have the same schedule.

Cost: FREE, but you need to register. Please DO make a contribution. The expenses are less than with a live conference, but there are still expenses!

More info, including registration:
http://www.societyofcreation.org/conferences.php

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More events are here

More meeting videos are here, for MCF and 7 other organizations!

MCF's Videos Online

Two years' of our past meetings were recorded and posted by Nathan Kuphall. Click the gallery image to go to our YouTube channel!

Two years' worth of our past meetings are on our web (thanks to Nate Kuphall)!

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Contact us: info@MidwestCreationFellowship.org, or 847‑223‑4730
Memberships: PO Box 973, Wilmette, IL  60091‑0973
Speaker Bureau, Library‑by‑Mail: PO Box 479, Gurnee, Illinois 60031‑0479
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