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Raft the Deschutes

Sunday and Monday, July 9th and 10th, 2017 ♦
This two-day adventure along the beautiful Deschutes River features an overnight campout at Maupin State Park, a full day of rafting, and is fully provisioned by Peak 7 Adventures. Safety on the river is a major emphasis with the Peak 7 ministry. Creation Encounter leaders will present a […]

Aliens, UFOs, and the Bible

MikeRiddle  •  July 15th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

This seminar looks at the scientific and biblical evidence for extraterrestrial life and deals with why the search for extraterrestrial life? what do UFO’s look like? as well as the influence from Hollywood, the media and NASA.
You will discover the answer to six problems with the idea of life […]

An Indiana Jones Look at the Old Testament

Tom Hoyle  •  June 17th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

For our June DSA meeting, we will find out that dead men do indeed tell tales!
This exciting (and accurate) “Indiana Jones” search looks at the stunning
archaeological trustworthiness of the Word of God. We’ll explore the times and events of Abraham, Sodom and Gomorrah, Moses, Jericho, David, Solomon, […]

Central Washington and Sinlahekin Valley

Thursday — Sunday, June 22th —25th, 2017 ♦
This is a brand new 4 day family camping adventure. There is so much to see and so little time that some families are opting to stay a few extra days to explore on their own. A highlight of the trip will be exploring the unique mountain valley of the […]

Pastors and Christian Leaders Gorge Bus Tour

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017,  8:00 AM to 5:30 PM ♦
This tour will explore the unique geology in the Columbia River Gorge. We will examine features related to a remarkable history of cataclysmic Lake Missoula Ice Age Floods which reshaped the Gorge into the stunning beauty we see today. You will see things such as:

Columbia Park […]

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 July 21st, 2018 ♦

The Timberline Challenge is an annual hiking relay race around Mount Hood to raise funds for the Design Science Association. This year’s race takes place on Saturday, July 21st, 2018.

The race consists of five legs, varying in length from 3.7 miles to 11.6 miles, over which two members from each team will […]

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 […]