All content, of both the original and this blog, is written from my point of view and is my opinion. I believe it to be accurate at the time it is written. ~ Kyle Prast, Brookfield resident since 1986

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Jerry Frye presents Exalting Evolution: Their foolish hearts were darkened, April 14, 2015

Gerald Frye, President
of Benefit Services Group, Inc.

 Exalting evolution: 
Their foolish hearts were darkened

Elm Grove business executive Jerry Frye, will put Power Point through its paces in this fascinating talk on
Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 7 PM at Brookside Baptist Church,
4470 N. Pilgrim Road (north of Capitol Drive, south of Lisbon Road) Brookfield, WI 

The event is free and open to the public.

“For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened.” (Romans 1:20-21)

Jerry Frye will provide us with overwhelming evidence that this is indeed the case -- because when one contemplates the creation on any level, from micro to macro, it is only reasonable to conclude that there was a Creator, and He is the God of the Bible.

Among the topics he will cover are these: 
  •     The anthropic principle, which reveals that all the seemingly arbitrary and unrelated constants in physics have one very strange common denominator: they are precisely the values needed for a universe capable of producing life
  •     Irreducible complexity, which tells us that even the simplest biological systems are extremely complex, containing many interdependent parts that could not possibly have evolved individually
  •    Specified complexity, which points to patterns in creation that are both specified and complex and therefore defy evolutionary explanations
  •    Interoperability, describing the ability of diverse information systems to communicate, exchange data, and use the information that has been exchanged – another capability that could not have evolved by random chance 
Exploring concepts such as these, Jerry will demonstrate that "in the beginning, God ..." The result will be a presentation that is sure to strengthen your personal faith -- and provide you with persuasive, easy-to-convey arguments for use in your own discussions with skeptics. If you ever find yourself debating science with unbelievers – or if you simply never tire of learning more about God’s creation – this is a talk you won’t want to miss.

About Jerry Frye
Mr. Frye is president and owner of The Benefit Services Group, Inc. (BSG®), an employee benefit brokerage firm that serves nationwide employers in a variety of industries, and consults for health care systems in Wisconsin and Illinois. He has served for over 25 years in various roles in the insurance and employee benefits industry. Jerry is regarded as an industry innovator and has been a featured speaker at numerous events including the University Conference Services series, CEBS seminars, physician symposiums, employment law seminars and Americans for Prosperity forums.   Jerry attended the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee and majored in chemistry and accounting.

He has earned the professional designations of Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), Registered Health Underwriter (RHU), Registered Employee Benefit Consultant (REBC) and Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL).

This event is sponsored by the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee, Inc. and hosted by Brookside Baptist Church. Creation literature and DVD's available.

Other Events:
Sunday, April 12, 2015, Answers in Genesis' Ken Ham will present two talks at Calvary Baptist Church on 792 Milford Street in Watertown, WI   Map

10 AM - Is Genesis Relevant in 2015?
Ken Ham reveals that accepting the Bible's very first book as literal history is absolutely vital. Genesis is the foundation for all Christian doctrine and even the gospel of Jesus Christ.

In this hard-hitting presentation, Ken Ham reveals that accepting the Bible's very first book as literal history is absolutely vital. Genesis is the foundation for all Christian doctrine and even the gospel of Jesus Christ.

5 PM - 'The 7 C's of History' is a catchy phrase that helps people remember the big events that have affected (or will affect) the universe: Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross, Consummation.

For more information, check the Upcoming Events page at and scroll down to the specific speakers link.

Creation Science Website Links:
Creation Science Society of Milwaukee website:
Answers In Genesis
Post Ken Ham/Bill Nye debate information: Answers in Genesis Debunking Bill Nye's Arguments and Ham on Nye by Dr. Bill Lovegrove, PhD., Bill Nye vs Ken Ham Debate by Jay Seegert
Institute for Creation Research
Creation Minute
Creation Education Center
4th Day Alliance
Creation Ministries International

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Monday, April 06, 2015

Wisconsin April 7, 2015 Election Conservative Picks: Yes, Daley, Farrow, Maxwell, Bugenhagen & more

Listed below are my Tuesday, April 7th spring election picks. They are primarily geared to races Brookfield voters, who live in Waukesha County, would be interested in. For more Waukesha County races as well as many other Wisconsin County's ballot choices, check out the Wisconsin Conservative Voter Guide to the Elections on April 7, 2015 web page for the "best available choices."  You may look up your sample ballot at  and also find your voting location. Remember, the polls are open from 7am to 8pm.

If you think there is nothing much on Tuesday's ballot; think again. There are 2 very important ballot choices that all Wisconsin voters may weigh in on. These alone should get you to the polls. They are:

The term is 10 years. I am choosing James Daley over incumbent Ann Walsh Bradley; he is the far better choice. If you rejoiced over hearing Wisconsin's Voter ID law would finally be implemented last month, my guess is you are for James Daley too? (To refresh your memory, Flashback: Justice Ann Walsh Bradley Attempted to Block Voter ID Law "Justice Bradley sided with Justice Abrahamson in two dissenting opinions")

    “Election of chief justice. Shall section 4 (2) of article VII of the constitution be amended to direct that a chief justice of the supreme court shall be elected for a two-year term by a majority of the justices then serving on the court?"
This second state wide ballot question will decide how our State Supreme Court Chief Justice is chosen. All but 5 states allow their Supreme Court Justices to choose by electing who will serve as Chief Justice in this way. Wisconsin presently gives that position to the Justice who has been on the court the longest. All the referendum would change would be how Chief Justice is chosen: by election by serving justices if it passes or by seniority if it fails.

If the referendum question fails and Bradley is reelected, Bradley would be next in line to become Chief Justice when Chief Justice Abrahamson retires. Incidentally, Bradley opposes the referendum change.

There are more races on my Brookfield ballot, some are uncontested such as Jean Lambert and Scott Wheeler for Elmbrook School Board.  The following are contested:

WAUKESHA COUNTY EXECUTIVE:  PAUL FARROW  (You didn't think I would pick my former Alderman, did you?)
Both Branch 8 & 10 races are discussed in Incumbent judge faces challenge from young lawyer in Waukesha County
Though I do not live in Menomonee Falls, I have know Joe Helm for 15 years. He is a man of integrity and would be a great Village President. (If you need another reason, listen to what Mark Belling has to say.*)

If Waukesha County has a huge voter turnout, as they did in important past elections, we might be okay. If not, we miss an opportunity to change the character and leadership of our State Supreme Court.  
*Thank you, Wisconsin Conservatives!

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