My Favorite Things About Marine Biology

If you’re still wondering if this trip is right for you, read what this student had to say about the trip. Joie has been a first year and second year research student! These were my favorite these about the Marine Biology trip: Visiting Aquarium Encounters having the lectures there with the fish we’re talking about…

When Plans Change

In our last update, I stated that our plan was to get back in the studio. We were able to get some new material recorded, but not as much as we had hoped. The last week of December was spent gathering information for the IRS. Thank God, Charlotte happened to be here when we got the request. She went straight to work putting together all the requested information. We would not have been able to do it without her. Now we are praying that these satisfactorily answer their questions, and our paperwork is approved.

What to expect on Marine Biology 2022!

Are you curious to see what it’s like on the Marine Biology trip? We’ve put together a short video that gives a quick sneak peak at some of the unique experiences you will get to enjoy. Don’t forget to share it with your friends! Don’t forget to also check out the official program page and…

Focus, Refocus

When we launched E4F, we thought we would primarily be focused on recording videos and podcasts. But God had other plans. I have had so many speaking engagements that there hasn’t been as much time for recording. I only have a couple things scheduled for December, so our plan is to get back in the studio. In fact, I have already recorded one video and one podcast. Charlotte will be editing them and uploading them this week.

A Different Kind of Sunday Service

I spoke at Living Stones Fellowship in Stevens Point the last two Sundays. I chose two of the lessons from the Creation Seminar, dismantling the two pillars the theory of Darwinian Evolution is built on, time and random chance mutations. For disputing the pillar of time, I go back to the Hebrew and the definition of the word yom (day/period of time).

Our first seminar is down in the books!

Get these updates straight to your inbox! Subscribe to our mailing list! Overwhelming evidence Denise and I enjoyed the past weekend in the quaint little town of New Glarus, WI. I was there presenting a Creation Seminar at New Glarus Bible Church, the church where Darrell Boomer is now pastor. Most of the audience consisted of…

October Creation Seminar

If you are in the Southwest corner of Wisconsin October 15-17, mark your calendars for our Creation Seminar at New Glarus Bible Church! This event is free to attend and runs Friday through Sunday. This seminar will cover questions about evolution, the Biblical record of our origins and help you understand the evidence for our…

Back in the Classroom

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Jumping into a bountiful Fall Season

Get these updates straight to your inbox! Subscribe to our mailing list! More running, not so much resting I spent another weekend at Riverside Bible Camp, this time for a youth retreat for homeschoolers. The topic for the four sessions was the book of Jonah. The leaders said they had many great discussions with the students…