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Christian Educators Conference

Christian Educators Conference
Phoenix, Arizona
Information and Registration


When:  March 18, 2017
Where:  Arizona Christian University
2625 E. Cactus Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85032
Room 212, Student Activity Center

Cost:  $30 (includes manual and lunch)
Time:  8:30am – 5:30pm

ACSI certified for one Continuing Education Unit for Christian school teachers




Target audience
-Christian school teachers and administrators
-Pastors and youth pastors
-Home school educators
-Sunday school teachers
-Christian college students majoring in education

Conference Topics
-What is Christian education?
-Life-long learning tools – critical thinking methods
-Why the origin of life is a showstopper for evolutionists.
-Teaching about the Bible, creation and time
-Teaching about the fossil record
-Training students to defend their faith
-An overview of dating methods
-Moral relativism in education
-Four essentials to teach about dinosaurs
-Educating for success


Mike RiddleInstructor: Mike Riddle
Mike is an international speaker and educator on Christian education and creation apologetics. He holds a degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in education and has been involved in creation ministry for more than thirty years. Prior to getting involved in creation ministry, Mike was a Captain in the U.S. Marines and a national champion in track and field. Mike’s experience in the education field includes:
-Junior and senior high school mathematics teacher.
-An instructor at the Northwest Graduate School of the Ministry.
-An instructor at the Institute for Creation Research Graduate School.
-Managed U.S. Sprint’s world-wide computer engineer training.
-Managed Microsoft’s world-wide software engineer training.
-Developed and delivered courses on presentation skills and teaching methods
Mike currently lectures and teaches world-wide on creation apologetics, Christian education, and developing a biblical worldview. He and his wife Lesley currently reside in Meridian, Idaho.

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