Upcoming Events

jilldevriesphotography-142Forum Leader Training Series
Grand Rapids, MI

Two-part course, runs 2-8 p.m. 
Thursday, October 16 and
Tuesday, January 6 or 27 

This class is for thoughtful Christians who are distressed with the way Christians typically approach (or fail to acknowledge) difficult topics. If you are drawn to provide leadership by creating a space for conversations that build community, broaden knowledge, and deepen faith, this class is for you. It will give you the tools and support you need to lead your own forums within your own community. To learn more, click here. You may register by contacting admin@colossianforum.org.

iStock resizedChristmas Open House
TCF Living Room – Grand Rapids, MI

Thursday, December 11 
5:00-7:30 PM 

We at TCF are grateful for your prayers and support in 2014. Join our staff and friends in celebrating another fruitful year! Please stop by between 5:00 and 7:30 for appetizers and desserts – all are welcome. 


TCF_ECF_squareRe-Imagining the Intersection of Evolution and the Fall
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Evanston, IL
March 26, 2015 – March 28, 2015

This conference will constructively grapple with difficult questions at the intersection of Christian orthodoxy and evolutionary science. Learn more about the program here. Register for the conference, hosted at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, here.


Wood & Falk August '13

Discussion Series on the Origins of Human Existence

We will hold a series of meetings throughout 2014, continuing the conversation between evolutionary creationists and young earth creationists. TCF Fellows and scientists Darrel Falk and Todd Wood represent two different positions at these events, and we invite other Christian scientists to join the conversation around the country. Some events are invitation-only while others are open to the public.

TCF gathers these scientists with the goal of working and worshiping together; discussing motivations that drive their research; and ultimately, lessening the contentious divide between various groups by highlighting what each has to offer to scientific development and to the kingdom of God.