Congratulations Sandra

Posted on Jun 28, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

We were truly blessed recently in celebrating the high school graduation of our daughter, Sandra. The years have passed so quickly.  She was a very diligent student in her homeschool studies and we have enjoyed educating her these past six years. The weather was beautiful and we enjoyed the fellowship of family and friends attending the open house.  We were even blessed to have some family travel all the way from Minnesota for the event.  Sandra plans to attend Cornerstone...

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Unknown to the Aged and Wise as well

Posted on Jun 21, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

Last week I had the opportunity to teach at the Atrium, which is a retirement community in Grand Junction, CO.  Not knowing what to expect or what I should teach,  I thought to myself, what topic would they be interested in? I decided on “Dinosaurs and the Bible,” which is almost always a favorite. I had about twenty or so people join the class.  It was a very serious group.  Some feel asleep, while others were very attentive.  After my program I opened the floor for...

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An Eagerness in the Youth – For the Truth!

Posted on Jun 9, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

A while back I had flown to Michigan to speak at a regional youth event.   After the first evening’s creation presentation, it was time for games.  Many of the youth participated in the games, but there were several who did not.  They had questions about Creation and Genesis,  so we had a Creation/Genesis session that lasted for about two hours.  It  began with just a few kids, but as time passed, more and more joined in with the discussions. I was greatly encouraged to see...

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A Tour, or Two, at the Dinosaur Museum

Posted on Jun 1, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

Just last month, preschoolers from Alpine Christian Academy and some homeschoolers from Basalt, Colorado came to the Grand Junction area to tour the dinosaur museum in Fruita.  We began at the AOI office with a program teaching them the truth about dinosaurs and preparing them for what they would see presented at the museum.  We then proceeded to the museum.  I answered a few questions, but the young children were mostly interested in looking at the exhibits and having the...

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A Flight, a Laptop, a Boy, and Thanks

Posted on May 26, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

On a recent trip, I boarded a plane from Grand Junction to Denver; my final destination was Belding, MI.   Usually I am seated by adults, but this time I had the privilege of sitting by a twelve year old boy from Canada.  He was a bright young lad and, would you know it, was interested in dinosaurs! As soon as it was ok to turn on laptops, I fired mine up and started teaching about dinosaurs.  He was thrilled, and so was I!  He had never heard of this information before....

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A Note on the Midwest Creation Fellowship Seminar

Posted on May 19, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

It was great to see the interest in the topic of ‘Astronomy and the Glory of God’ at the monthly meeting of the Midwest Creation Fellowship.  I didn’t know what to expect, but was pleased to have a packed room of eager listeners to speak to.  Many people came because they were curious about the topic of astronomy and the Bible.  Some in attendance believed that God had used the ‘Big Bang’ to create.  I thought I might have some opposition to the presentation, since I...

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A Visit To The Chicago Field Museum

Posted on May 11, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

Visiting the Chicago Field Museum was an interesting experience.  It was a busy area with many school groups taking tours. Our very first exposure was to the exhibit entitled, “The Evolving Planet.”  It was heartbreaking to hear the guides explaining to the children how the atmosphere was so toxic in the beginning that no life could possibly exist.   It made me realize again just what a battle we are in, and how sad it is.   These young innocent lives were being...

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Little and Big Blessings on the Road

Posted on Apr 13, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

It is always amazing to see the big and little blessings God brings while we are on the road.  We were blessed with gracious hosts, at our stop in Pecatonica, IL, who have an overflowing gift of hospitality.  They fed us like kings, and made us feel very much “at home.”  Even the use of their showers and laundry facilities were huge blessings while traveling.  Thanks, Paul and Rose, for serving us! On the day after an evening seminar in IL, a grandmother shared with...

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Teaching and a Deer Fry

Posted on Apr 7, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

Seminars are going great here in Illinois.  We were very busy on our first stop in Mackinaw, IL, it included: a two night church seminar; a Saturday morning homeschool group; a Saturday evening deer fry; and teaching again three hours on Sunday morning.  We also had a special time of fellowship with several families in their homes for meals.  They were a great blessing to us. The Deer Fry held at New Castle Bible Church, Mackinaw, IL, was a unique event.  I had the...

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Raising Up Faithful Men to Preach

Posted on Mar 9, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

This was my fourth time to travel to India teaching creation.  The spiritual hunger I observed was  greater than all previous trips.  Many have been taught evolution and have compromised Scripture with this philosophy.  Once they realize the fallacies of evolution, and Genesis is true history, a burden was lifted and you could see the joy arise in their faces.  Many truly understood the importance of this message and some are eager to teach this message to others.  We are...

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“,But the LORD directs his steps.”

Posted on Mar 4, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

I would like to praise the LORD for His faithfulness in my recent trip to India.  He provided abundantly in so many different areas.   I am thankful for the provision of finances to allow me the opportunity to minister to the Indian people.  God was also faithful in providing safety while traveling to seven different cities in one month, good health throughout the trip, and the strength to endure a very rigorous schedule.      It was a joy to see how God worked even through...

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Created by Nothing

Posted on Jan 20, 2011 in Stepaneks from the Front | 0 comments

I am writing a news article on the origin of everything, and wanted to blog on a couple of thoughts.  There are basically two ideas about how everything came to be.  One is that an intelligent “being” created all things.  As a Christian who believes the Bible is true, I say this intelligent “being” is none other than the eternal living God of the Bible,  Who has the power to do all things.  The second idea is that an eternal nothing created all things.  However, this idea...

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