The Fellowship of Christian Farmers will hold their 21st Annual Conference August 1-3, 2014 at the beautiful Embassy Suites Cincinnati – River Center, in Covington, Kentucky. Last year’s conference was held there, and it was well recieved, so it will be there again. New this year, children will be admitted free to the Creation Museum, just minutes from the hotel, as long as they are accompanied by their parents. Come see what we have in store for you. Blueberries and ice cream alone is worth the trip! And don’t forget the auction – always an entertaining event!

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This year’s keynote speaker will be Tim Chaffey. Tim lives near the Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio borders with his wife and two children. He enjoys spending time with his family, walking, basketball, swimming, and good theological discussions. In 2001, he was the starting center for a national championship basketball team, and in August 2012 he swam the relay leg of a half-Ironman triathlon.

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He currently works as a writer and editor with Answers in Genesis. He has spent five years as a pastor and associate pastor, in which he taught youth ministry, adult Sunday School, and a weekly theology class in addition to regular preaching duties. He has also taught high school Bible and science classes for six years.

Tim earned a Th.M. in Church History and Theology from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in May 2011 after successfully defending his thesis on “The Sons of God and the Nephilim” (available on Kindle). In 2008, he earned a Master of Divinity degree (summa cum laude) specializing in Apologetics and Theology. Tim also holds a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Science in Biblical and Theological Studies.

He is the founder and director of Midwest Apologetics, a ministry dedicated to defending the word of God from the beginning to the end.

Tim specializes in the historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus and the creation v. evolution controversy (and the corresponding age of the earth battle). He is especially interested in the theological nature of these debates. This interest led to the publishing of his first book, Old-Earth Creationism on Trial: The Verdict Is In (co-authored with Jason Lisle, Ph.D. in Astrophysics).

Tim is also a cancer survivor. He defeated leukemia in 2006. His book, “God and Cancer” tells this

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Side trips

Creation Museum Dinner with Mark Looy
Co-founder of Answers in Genesis will be sharing with FCFI conference attendees on Thursday evening 6:00-8:00 at the Creation Museum. Dr. Looy will be giving us the latest update on the Noah’s Ark Encounter. Cost

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includes supper and is $20 per person. Seating is limited. Register on-line below.

Blue Grass Tour
Opportunity to view several miles of white fenced Thoroughbred horse farms while hearing history of the area and the horses from the seat of a luxurious bus. Enjoy a private tour of a signature Thoroughbred Horse Farm and a delicious lunch of local fare. Departs Embassy Suites Friday August 1st 8:00, returning at 3:30. Possible Llama Farm tour if desired. Cost includes bus tour, private tour, and lunch and is $50 per person.