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How to Fold a Rock

Bruce Malone  •  October 19th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Since evolution is a belief system and not dependent on reproducible experimentation for validation, it continually shifts to absorb any observation. Over the last few decades evolutionary geology has come to accept catastrophe in the Earth’s past as the correct explanation for much of the sedimentary rock […]

Mushrooms – Fruit of the Forest

Rachel Zoller  •  September 21st, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Fungi are more than dirty decomposers, they are life-givers. Mushrooms, which are the often forgotten fruit of the forest, evoke mystery and intrigue. Let’s take a look beyond the surface level and go underground into the world of fungi with Rachel. She will breakdown how to identify mushrooms […]

The Great Dinosaur Dilemna

Dr. Thomas Kindell  •  July 20th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Why Do “Old” Dinosaur Bones Contain Soft Tissue, Proteins, DNA, and Carbon 14?

The discovery of totally unexpected soft tissue and C-14 in dinosaur bones has sent shockwaves through the evolutionary scientific community. This presentation documents that their most recent rebuttal claims do not hold water. The most […]

The Global Flood

For some, the thought of a worldwide flood is ludicrous. But for serious scientists who research the various formations of the earth and the catastrophic processes that shaped the world we see around us today, the evidence of a global flood is indisputable. Dr. Morris presents that evidence in a way that clearly […]

Myth-Busting the Icons of Evolution, and Aliens, UFOs, and the Evolution Connection

Gary Bates  •  May 18th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

This May, Gary Bates of Creation Ministries International will be our speaker, presenting on two different topics.

In the first talk, Myth-Busting the Icons of Evolution, Gary “busts” the myths behind evolutionary assumptions and shows how the evidence fits the biblical account better. This is important for Christians […]

Forest Ecology along the Clackamas River

Twice! Wednesday, May 22nd and Saturday, June 1st ♦

Dr Keith Swenson, Adjunct Professor of Natural Sciences at Multnomah University will lead this trip. The upper Clackamas River drainage in the Mt. Hood National Forest is an ideal place to study and enjoy Oregon’s west side forest. This field trip will be in the form of […]

Blooms and Butterflies

Saturday, April 27th ♦

Led by Caitlin LaBar, this hike into the Columbia Hills Natural Area Preserve is located in Washington across the Columbia River from The Dalles. It is famous for its springtime displays of wildflowers, especially balsamroot, lupine and paintbrush. We will be hiking the lower half of the Crawford Oaks Trail, which is […]

Faith on the Edge

Kyle Justice and Pat Roy  •  April 20th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

The Creation Guys are back!

Pat Roy and Kyle Justice have teamed together to document the glory of God’s creation. Their latest project: tackling the flat earth controversy.

More Christians are converting to a belief in the Flat Earth than at any other time in history! […]

Darwin’s Dangerous Lies

Paul Taylor  •  March 16th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Charles Darwin remains arguably the most controversial figure in science. His views, which run counter to Scripture, have affected over a century and a half of biology, and have reached into other sciences. But what were the issues and the people that influenced Darwin?
In this talk, we look […]

Fallacies of Evolutionary Geology

Dr. Thomas Kindell  •  February 16th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

We’ve all seen it… the overwhelming case for evolutionary geology, irrefutably proven by radio-isotope dating and cemented forever in the geological column.  But is it all really so rock-solid?

In this presentation, Dr. Kindell will reveal how the evolutionists use invalid circular reasoning to date fossils. He will also […]