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More Upcoming Meetings

Want to know what DSA has lined up for the rest of the year?  Look no further!  Here is our current speaker schedule through the rest of 2017.

May 20th
Spike Psarris — The Goldilocks Universe ♦

June 17th
Tom Hoyle — An ‘Indiana Jones’ Look at the Old Testament (Dead men DO tell tales!) ♦

July 15th
Mike Riddle — Aliens and UFOs ♦

August 19th
Danny Faulkner […]

Deschutes Wildlife Hike

Saturday, May 13, 2017 ♦
Plentiful wildlife and sunny weather usually greet us on this leisurely 4½ mile round trip walk along the Lower Deschutes River. Some of us may choose to “walk the extra mile” to find petrified wood and discuss the Flood conditions that fossilized it. Led by Steve Hayley, Marianne Pike, and Caitlin LaBar, we’ll encounter a variety […]

The Goldilocks Cosmos

Spike Psarris  •  May 20th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Do we live in a Universe that was designed by an omnipotent, omniscient, benevolent Creator, as the Bible says? Or do we live in a Universe that formed in a random Big Bang event 14 billion years ago, as secular scientists claim?
This talk will examine the abundant evidence […]

Timberline Challenge: A Design Science Association Fundraising Event

Saturday, August 5th, 2017 ♦
The Timberline Challenge is a hiking relay race around Mount Hood on the Timberline Trail. The race consists of five legs, varying in length from 3.7 miles to 10.8 miles, over which two members from each team will hike as quickly as possible, with the goal of completing the entire 40-mile course […]

What Mean These Stones? Interpreting the Geology of Grand Teton National Park

Dr. Keith Swenson  •  April 15th, 9:00am to 11:30am

The Tetons in northwestern Wyoming are arguably the most spectacular peaks in the Rocky Mountains. Millions of visitors to Grand Teton National Park each year are awed by its rugged mountain grandeur.
Park signs and interpretive rangers also inform visitors about the geological history of the Teton Range […]

Mysteries of the Columbia River Gorge

Come with us and discover the Mysteries of the Columbia River Gorge!  We’ll take several short hikes, and collect cobbles transported 400 miles by Noah’s Flood.  We’ll also find some petrified wood.  In some places this wood is only charcoaled and is still burnable, even though it is supposed to be 15-16 million years old! On this popular family […]

Encountering Creation with Creation Encounter

John Hergenrather and Steve Hayley  •  March 18th, 9:00am to 11:30am
Please join John Hergenrather and Steve Hayley as they show slides and video clips of some of the most interesting field trips they’ve ever taken. Steve will share how to see the high desert landscape through biblical worldview glasses. We will see evidence that a few […]

Is Genesis History?

What exactly happened, “In the Beginning …” and in the time that followed?

Showing in theaters as a one-night event only on Thursday, February 23, IS GENESIS HISTORY? shines new light on our origins, providing a positive argument for Biblical Creation and the Flood.

Dr. Del Tackett, creator of “The Truth Project,” serves as your guide — […]

Choose Life! A Journey Through Our Solar System

Maureen O’Kane  •  February 18th, 9:00am to 11:30am
What do our neighboring planets & moons teach about the choice Jesus so desperately wants us to
make? Join us for a visual journey through our solar system as we look for science and spiritual lessons from neighboring planets and moons. Our unique solar system is compared with extrasolar systems […]

Foundations of Life Conference 2017

The conference is free of charge.  You won’t want to miss what we have lined up this year, including:

Three conference speakers: Patrick Nurre, Paul Taylor, and Chris Ashcraft
Special “Chalk Talk” presentation
Book tables
“Lunch with a Creationist” event
Kids program on Saturday
… and more!

RSVP at www.FoundationsConference.org/register.