Always Be Ready

Always Be Ready

Posted on Mar 1, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  On a recent trip to Nebraska, while visiting our daughter’s family for the birth of our granddaughter, the church where our son-in-law pastors decided to set up an impromptu three night creation seminar (knowing that Rich was visiting). We had really come to help take care of our one year old grandson during this time, but the Lord allowed us also to be used to train others, specifically some youth who needed answers for a conversation they would be having with an...

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Handyman by Day, Speaker by Night

Handyman by Day, Speaker by Night

Posted on Feb 22, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  We are currently teaching and traveling in northwest Kansas. Rich had the unusual opportunity to teach six nights straight as well as the Sunday School and church services. He was also asked to speak at the church Valentine banquet on Friday night. The topic he chose was on love, marriage, and the unique roles that husbands and wives play. The foundation for all of this, of course, comes from the book of Genesis.  All the other sessions were an in depth study...

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T.u.g.ging… at Fruita Monument High School

T.u.g.ging… at Fruita Monument High School

Posted on Feb 8, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  I have been teaching at Fruita Monument High School, during the lunch hour, for the past several Mondays.  It has been with a group of students which use the acronym T.U.G., which stands for Teens Uplifting God. The school website states, “TUG is a group that is devoted to learning more about God and His purpose for our lives.  It is a safe place and one to find encouragement.” Our first session dealt with the immense complexity of the cell and the vast...

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How many reactions per second?!! No Way…

How many reactions per second?!! No Way…

Posted on Feb 1, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  I am currently teaching a series, about cults and the connection that they have to evolution, to a local church’s youth group.  I have taught this group at various times in the past, when I am not traveling of course, and so I have gotten to know some of the students quite well.  This is always a great benefit as they tend to open up, ask questions, and generally feel much more comfortable with me than if I had just come in for a session or two.   During...

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An Encouraging Christmas Card

An Encouraging Christmas Card

Posted on Jan 18, 2017 in Blog Posts, Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

One of the great blessings of the Christmas season is to connect by cards and letters with family and friends that we have not seen or spoken with through the year. One recent card we received was from a family that had attended an AOI creation seminar. The mom shared how she, a teacher, was able to explain to her students the difference between micro and macro evolution. “My students are listening!” she said, “what they do with it is up to them.” We never know the impact...

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God of All Comfort

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

    I have recently been re-reading an old book entitled, “The God of All Comfort” by Hannah Whitall Smith an author of the late 1800’s. I am only a few chapters into the book, but it has been such a help and encouragement to me! It is not a deep theological study, but rather a practical guide for living a more abundant, joyful Christian life. The author had once had a conversation with an agnostic who declared, “The Christians I meet seem...

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Not all in the Family

Posted on Jul 3, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  I was taught through grade school, high school, and college; increasing brain capacity was evidence of human evolution. They would show pictures of ape like creatures with small skulls and small brains leading up to the more human like creatures with larger skulls and bigger brains.    Touring the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, IL, a few years ago, I noticed that the teaching hasn’t changed. As I studied science, and the limitations of science, I discovered...

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Getting over our fears

Posted on May 30, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 3 comments

  As many of you know, my wife Sue was diagnosed with cancer in the small intestine.  When we first heard the news, we and the doctors were very concerned about the severity of the cancer.  There was a chance the cancer had already spread to the other organs.  Thoughts of living without Sue went through my mind.  These thoughts were unbearable.  The surgery went very well and the doctors were confident they removed all the cancer, but then there was the recovery.  The...

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All in the Family – Part 3

Posted on May 15, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  Recently, while visiting the anthropology museum in Laramie, WY, I read and saw some very interesting exhibits.  Most of what I read was not new, but exactly what the book of Genesis predicted …as I will explain later.  The sign for the first display of interest read in part (pictured right and the content in the black box is printed below): “H.rudolfensis, A. boisei, and H. erectus All lived at the same time and this means that one is not an ancestor of...

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All in the family! Part 2

Posted on Apr 23, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  Research on the Neanderthal genome has revealed modern humans and Neanderthals could interbreed with one another.  This means Neanderthals and modern humans are all of the same kind, or family. In other words, Neanderthals are just a variation of humans. The following is from an article on the New Scientist website entitled, “Breeding with Neanderthals helped humans go global,” by Michael Marshall. “The publication of the Neanderthal genome last year...

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Work …a Blessing or Curse?

Posted on Apr 11, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

  WORK.  What thoughts come to mind when you hear this word?  Are they in a positive or a negative light? Do you like to work? I have been thinking about work and its value for the past few weeks. Since my cancer surgery four months ago, I basically had the “privilege” of being served by others. This was primarily my dear husband and my family, who provided almost everything I needed. They brought me many meals in bed, washed many dishes, and served me in...

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How Ungrateful We Can Be

Posted on Mar 5, 2014 in Stepaneks from the Front | 1 comment

  As most of you know, I had a Whipple surgery on November 25th, because of cancer in the duodenum.  As the months after my surgery pass, and as I try to adjust to my “new” (but certainly not improved!) redesigned digestive system, I have found myself having some troubling thoughts.  I have often looked with envy at other people who can eat anything they want, anytime they want, and feel good afterwards.  No pills, no pain, no restrictions, and I think,...

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