Fishers Of Men
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On the sixth day of creation week God made the animals, including the ones that crawl along the ground. Campers will enjoy interacting with some of these amazing creatures including some reptiles and amphibians.
- Campers will understand that God created the animals in groups with the built in ability to adapt.
- Campers will see people as a separate creation from animals.
- Campers will learn what happens when people follow the evolutionary teaching of human life not being special.
- Campers will learn about animals and their unique design features.
Start to understand fossils and do some digging for your own fossil! As we explore what fossils reveal to us, we will consider what impressions our lives leave behind on other people.
- Campers will understand how sin and death came into the world.
- Campers will understand fossil evidences that support the Biblical record of the flood.
- Campers will consider what impact their lives will leave on people after they have died.
- Campers will learn what a fossil is and how they form.
- Campers will learn how to interpret the fossil record.
- Campers will learn how to find and unearth fossils.
Become a paleontologist as you piece together the evidence to uncover the true history of dinosaurs. You will learn skills to help you understand your world and the Bible.
- Campers will understand that dinosaurs are part of God’s creation & in harmony with the Bible.
- Campers will learn some methods to help them think critically/logically to discern truth.
- Campers will discover the history of dinosaurs.
- Campers will learn how a paleontologist reconstructs a fossil skeleton.
- Campers will learn how artists make sculptures of dinosaurs.
Encounter some of the most God's most amazing creators. You are about to feed a monkey or pet a skunk. It's an experience you will not soon forget.
Discover the diversity of God's design in the Prairie.
Compelling, short excerpt here. . .
Consider the heavens!
Something fishy is going on here! Come visit our trout rearing pond.