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How Creation Works:
Science for Everyday Earthkeepers

7 week Online Course
Starts Tuesday, April 11

6:30 - 8:00 PM PST




Online weekly course. 7 weeks. Starts Tuesday, April 11th. 6:30-8:00pm.

REGISTER BY APRIL 4. Class begins April 11.

Cost: $95 / $85 for Circlewood Stand members


The purpose of this course is to empower people with scientific understanding that can help them understand and care for Creation. You do not have to be a scientist to care for nature, but knowing some of the foundational science can help us care in more informed, helpful ways, and can also help us recognize just how AWEsome the world is.


No exams, no lab reports, just a guided introduction to the science of earthkeeping from a teacher who is passionate about making science accessible to everyone. We’ll help you understand and apply scientific principles from earth science, chemistry, and biology to real life environmental challenges. You will walk away from this course with real ideas you can apply to your current work and life. You will also grow in your relationship with the world and its Creator.


Course Instructor – Chris Overland has worked in science education for over 15 years, teaching everywhere from middle school to university levels. He is currently an adjunct instructor with Northwest University and a high school teacher with Marysville School District. He has a Master's in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho with a focus on Environmental Literacy and a Master's in Teaching Math and Science from Seattle Pacific University with endorsements in Environmental and Sustainability Education as well as Biology. Chris was first inspired to creation care by his undergraduate professors at Northwest University and Trinity Western University. He lives with his family on beautiful Camano Island just a few miles from the future Circlewood Village. He is proud to be a member of the Circlewood Stand. 

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