Speaker Availability

Need an Apologist/Creation Speaker at Your Venue?

The Apologetics Forum of Snohomish County (AFSC) has held monthly meetings for four years. During this time AFSC has hosted ten Local (Greater Seattle area) speakers, six Regional (Northwest), four National (US), and two International Apologetics/Creation speakers at its meetings. Some of the out-of-town (Regional, National, and International) speakers delivered lectures at other venues in the Greater Seattle area during the weekend of their engagement at the AFSC meeting. AFSC is continuing its efforts to identify other opportunities for these out-of-town speakers while they are in town.

We have recently expanded our Speaker Availability program to include the availability of past AFSC Speakers who have scheduled speaking engagements in the Greater Seattle area on dates other than the dates immediately before and after the fourth Friday of each month when AFSC meetings are usually held. These speakers are invited to ask AFSC to include their dates of availability in the Greater Seattle area in the Speaker Availability program.

AFSC meetings are normally held on the fourth Friday of the month at 7:00 PM at the Atonement Free Lutheran Church in Arlington, WA. Out-of-town speakers often arrive on the Thursday before the AFSC meeting. Thus they can be available for one or more of the following engagements during the weekend:

  1. Christian School or Home School in the area [preferably on Fridays]
  2. Men’s / Women’s breakfast/lunch on Saturday
  3. Sunday morning worship service
  4. Sunday School hour
  5. Sunday evening service
  6. An event at a local church in the Greater Seattle area
  7. Special event for a focused audience, e.g. Youth Night
  8. Church Conference on Sunday + Monday Evening (+ Tuesday Evening)
  9. Another venue of interest to church/school/group [Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday]
  10. Other venues? Ideas? Suggestions?

The availability of each speaker will vary.

If you have an interest in having an out-of-town Apologetics/Creation speaker bring a message/lecture at one of your church/school/group events in the Greater Seattle area while they are in town, please call Heinz at 425-501-5075 or email him at heinz@osta.com.

A list of upcoming AFSC events, speakers and titles of their talks is kept on the main page of the ApologeticsForum.org website. A list of the current speakers and the topics of their talks is kept online in AFSC-Schedule.pdf. In addition, AFSC-SchedulePast.pdf provides this information for each of the talks from the beginning of the Apologetics Forum meetings in September 2013 until today. Many of these talks have been recorded (audio and video) and are available online.


Speaker Availability for January & April 2018

Dr. Rob Carter, research scientist, author and speaker at Creation Ministries International (CMI), speaks at the following venues in the Greater Seattle area during the weekend of January 24-28, 2018:

  1. Wednesday, January 24, 7:00 PM, Talk on Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels at Overcomer Covenant Church in Auburn, WA.
  2. Thursday, January 25, 7:00 PM, Talk on Biblical Worldview As It Relates To Science at Summit Park Bible Church in Anacortes, WA.
  3. Friday, January 26, 7:00 PM, Talk on Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels at the Apologetics Forum meeting at Atonement Free Lutheran Church in Arlington, WA.
  4. Saturday Morning, January 27, 9:00 AM to noon. Mini-Conference on Genetics at Atonement Free Lutheran Church in Arlington, WA with two seminars, followed by an extended time of Q&A with Dr. Carter. The first seminar will be on The High-Tech Cell and the second one on Y-Chromosome Noah.
  5. Saturday Evening, January 27, 7:00 PM, Talk on TBD at TBD.
  6. Sunday Morning, January 28, 9:00 AM to noon. Message on TBD during the Worship Service at Atonement Free Lutheran Church in Arlington, WA.
  7. Sunday Evening, January 28, 6:00 PM, Evening Service at TBD.

Further details on the Creation Ministries International website [select Washington Region].

If you have an interest in having Rob speak at your church or another venue, or know of someone who might have an interest, please call Heinz at 425-501-5075 or email him at heinz@osta.com.


Mike Riddle , Founder and President of Creation Training Initiative (CTI), speaks at the following venues within the Greater Seattle area during the weekend of April 25-29, 2018. Events #4 to #7 have been confirmed. Mike is still available for events #1 to #3 and #8. This list will be updated as new speaking engagements are confirmed.

  1. Wednesday, April 25, 7:00 PM, Talk on To Be Decided (TBD) at TBD.
  2. Thursday, April 26, 7:00 PM, Talk on TBD at TBD.
  3. Friday, April 27, 9:00 AM, Mike will give talks and/or do a Q&A session for students at a local Christian School.
  4. Friday, April 27, 7:00 PM, Talk on Dinosaurs: Key to the Age of the Earth at the Apologetics Forum meeting at Atonement Free Lutheran Church.
  5. Saturday Morning, April 28, 9:00 AM to noon. Mini-Conference on the theme of Biblical Apologetics at Atonement Free Lutheran Church in Arlington, WA. Two seminars on Answering The Challenges and Answering More Challenges will be given, followed by an extended time of Q&A with Mike Riddle.
  6. Saturday Evening, April 28, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, Talk on How to Equip Youth to Trust God’s Word at a Dinner and a Briefing for pastors, church leaders, SS teachers, and parents at the Best Western Hotel in Arlington, WA.
  7. Sunday Morning, April 29, 9:00 AM to noon. Message on How Big is God? during the Sunday School hour at 9:00 AM and a message on Genesis and the Sovereignty of God in the Worship Service at 10:30 AM at First Baptist Church of Arlington.
  8. Sunday Evening, April 29, 600 PM, Evening Service at TBD.

If you have an interest in having Mike speak at your church or another venue, or know of someone who might have an interest, please call Heinz at 425-501-5075 or email him at heinz@osta.com.


Thanks for your interest in, and support of, Apologetics.

Helping Equip Believers in the Defense of The Faith,

Heinz



Footnote: Here are examples of how some out-of-town speakers at AFSC events have been scheduled in the Greater Seattle area while in town to speak at an AFSC meeting:

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