The question of creation versus evolution is a foundational question. If Christians give away the store on this, they are not just giving away the store — they have relinquished all the foundational patents, the manufacturing plants, the delivery trucks, the loading docks, and the entire chain of stores. Certain issues are related directly to every other issue. The issue of how our world got here and when it did is one of those issues.
This year’s Grace Agenda will seek to inspire Christians to gratitude for the fact of their creation, and equip them to discuss it with those who are unpersuaded of young earth creation.
This year, we are going to try an experiment in grace. And that means we are not charging for the conference. We would love to have you at the Grace Agenda conference free of charge. In keeping with this spirit of grace, we are accepting free will donations on the registration page and at the door.
*Out of Town Guests: Please see important hotel information in the Venue section.
In every age Christian women need faith and courage to follow Christ, but this is all the more pressing today with our culture's attack on marriage and motherhood. A woman who is not threatened by the current tides of opinion, but who finds her identity and satisfaction in following Christ will always be a dangerous woman.
A lunch hosted at the Ladies' Seminar is available for $7. Please save your spot on the registration page.
Childcare (1-4 year olds) will be available during the Ladies' Seminar on Friday. There will be no childcare during the main Grace Agenda conference (Friday evening and Saturday). However, an unmanned nursery with audio will be available.
We live in a time of sexual pandemonium, which is not really the same thing as living in a time of widespread immorality. The target is not sexual taboos, but rather Western civilization -- with the weaponizing of breaking sexual taboos. With that in mind, we need to be equipped, not in the defense of particular sexual customs, but rather equipped for the defense of the West.
The complimentary lunch seats have been filled. A BBQ lunch at Trinity Reformed Church is available for $7. Reserve your spot at the lunch on the registration page.
HIS, Inc. is partnering with the Grace Agenda conference to provide a Saturday morning science camp for kids. Two age groups (5-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds) will launch into creation with LEGO Robotics, Art, and Creature Characteristic classes with two sessions per each group. Each age group is limited to 20 children so sign up at the link below soon!
There is no registration fee but donations will be warmly accepted at the door to help cover the camp costs.
Due to space limitations, the Kid's Science Camp is full.
5-8 year olds: LEGO Robotics: We are made in his image! Learn to think like a designer. Make LEGO creations and get introduced to the world of computer programming.
9-12 year olds: Creation Art: With artists Tyler and Meghan Antkowiak. Learn to hone your observation skills through art! Sketching different creatures and landscapes makes you look at God's magnificent handiwork in new and exciting way. Take home your artwork!
5-8 year olds: Creature Characteristics: With homeschooling Mom and microbiologist, Theresa Adams. Learn animal anatomy interactively with a lively presentation and giant paper cutouts. Pin the tail, head, heart, lungs, and more on the donkey!
9-12 year olds: LEGO Robotics: We are made in his image! Learn to think like a designer. Make LEGO creations and get introduced to the world of computer programming.
A large event scheduled at the University has filled the local hotels. Hotel rooms are available for GA conference attenders in Lewiston (30 minutes south of Moscow). You can find hotel information at the link below. Please book your room sooner than later as the hotel will release the rooms that are not booked 1-2 months before the conference. We are sorry for the extra hassle!