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By Faith News Note, Two Pennsylvania men, Sean Dougherty and Brian Sabo, were abused by their local Priest as young middle school boys. The Priest has since come forward and confessed to his crimes which included other children. The revelation helped Sean Dougherty and Brian Sabo to reconnect since they were childhood fr

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Faith News Note, A new A&E cable TV documentary looks at Oregon’s role in children dying from the Followers of Christ church in Oregon and Idaho. The A&E documentary is called “No Great Law” and debuted this fall. See a video news clip below of when the documentary debuted in September. T

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Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici Press Release, Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) announced that Easterseals Oregon will receive $1.5M in federal funding over three years to provide employment services for homeless veterans in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties. The funding allows Easterseals Oregon to expan

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By Holt International, Eugene based non-profit There are many kids with Down syndrome who are waiting for families, but here are just a few from our photolisting! The post October is National Down Syndr

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Wall Street journal Editorial, Two years after being unjustly imprisoned in Turkey, the American pastor Andrew Brunson is coming home, thanks in no small part to President Trump. On Friday a Turkish court convicted Mr. Brunson on unsupported terrorism charges, yet sentenced him to time served. This leniency was purported

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By Jim Miller, The film called, Gosnell, opened this weekend nationwide.  It is a very hard hitting film stripped from the news headlines about an abortion doctor whose businesses plunged into criminal neglect.   The Gosnell movie tackles a tough subject but does not get graphic nor does it try to over-expose the cont

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By Christian News NW, Subscribe A two-phase, weeklong evangelistic effort that specifically targeted the Rose City took place last month, and its organizer said it was the start of something bigger for the whole nation. “There’s a mighty move of God sweeping across the Northwest that will impact America,” evangelis

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Faith News Note, Portland teacher,Aron Nels Steinke, has been making national headlines and raves among students for his graphic novel “MR. Wilf’s Class” which he shares with his students. See the video clip from KOIN-TV-6 News below. The post

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By Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspectives Ministry Sandy Oregon based Genesis 2:15 tells us, “The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.” Work wasn’t part of the Curse. The Curse, rather, made work menial, tedious, and frustrating (Genesis 3:17-19). Because work began [&

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By Catholic League religious and civil rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a new poll by the Pew Research Center on Pope Francis: The pope’s popularity has taken a major hit in the U.S., and it is directly traceable to the way he has handled clergy sexual abuse. By a margin of two-to-one, […

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Youth events were planned around his secret videotaping of minors. Oregon U.S. Attorney Press Release, Donald Courtney Biggs, 40, of Medford, Oregon, was sentenced to 188 months in federal prison for surreptitiously recording minor church members in various stages of undress while employed as a youth pastor at Mountain C

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Senator Ron Wyden Release, U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and John Cornyn (R-TX) introduced a bill that would exempt civil damages, restitution, and other monetary awards given to human trafficking survivors from federal income taxes. The bipartisan Human Trafficking Survivor Tax Relief Act of 2018 would fix a provision i

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By Jim Miller, It is always interesting to see how God and spirituality find themselves into the language of important historic moments. It must be said that invoking God, faith or prayer does not equate to someone’s innocence or righteousness, but interesting nonetheless.  After watching three hours of the hearin

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By Christian News NW, Subscribe Three of Graham seven evening events in the Decision America Pacific Northwest tour took place in Oregon, and the remainder in Washington. The first Oregon gathering was Wednesday, Aug. 1, at the Jackson County Fairgrounds and Exposition Park in Medford, with an estimated 8,700 attending d

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By Faith News Note, Beaverton police arrested 30-year-old Lake Oswego Youth Pastor Ryan Mutchler this week. The suspect drew suspicion from parents fo a minor who were alarmed over texts to their daughter. The police set a sting operation over the phone and then apprehended Ryan Mutchler.  Ryan Mutchler was a youth past

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Life Legal Defense Foundation, California governor Jerry Brown signed into law  a bill (SB 282) that allows any person to “aid, advise, and encourage” suicide under the state’s assisted suicide law. Until now, these actions were felonies, as the state had a longstanding policy to protect people from se

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Faith News Note, Valentino Dixon just spent 27 years behind bars and is now free thanks to a man who confessed. His artwork and a Gold magazine helped play a key role in his unlikely release. Watch the interview on Today show and be encouraged by his praise and thanks to God for helping him.

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China Aid, Photo: People gather outside Zion Church on Sept. 9 after it was banned by authorities. Photo courtesy of Zion Church When one of Beijing’s largest underground churches first refused to install surveillance cameras that would allow authorities to spy on their activities, they didn’t know it would end

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Pew Research, The highly religious typology groups – Sunday Stalwarts, God-and-Country Believers and the Diversely Devout – tend to have positive views of churches and other religious institutions. Majorities in each of these groups say that religious organizations strengthen morality, bring people together and do more

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By M. Martin, Oregon writer, The nature and narrative of America’s religious history is being battled out with full page ads in the state’s largest newspaper.  First it was Hobby Lobby placing a full page in The Oregonian on Independence Day (Independence Day ad here). Now this weekend, the Freedom from Religion Founda

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Press Release by 4 Winds USA, Before a Louisiana high school football game, two Benton High School students were told they had to remove Christian logos from the end zones. The two students left the field and did not help those who removed the logos. The “Christ Fit Gym” logos included a cross and Bible […

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Oregon US Attorney General, Press Release, Andre Eugene Shaw, 34, of Portland, was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release for extorting child pornographers for money and services. Shaw previously pleaded guilty to extortion, transmitting extortionate communications in intersta

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By Luis Palau Association, What a great week in Eugene! The Lord worked in awesome ways in Lane County at numerous outreaches and CityFest at PK Park. The event was a fun-filled day of music, action sports, activities for kids, and multiple opportunities for individuals to hear a powerful message of hope in Jesus Christ. [&

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Watch the latest video at foxnews.com By Faith News Note, Fox News interviews a woman who was blocked by security from handing out Valentine hearts with Bible messages on them at a local college campus.

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Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on news stories about the Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata (previously referred to as Calcutta), India: Mother Teresa’s order, the Missionaries of Charity, has come under fire for allegedly being involved in a baby selling ra

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By Tom Krattenmaker Oregon author Featured often in USA Today, Religion News Service Miss America has finally retired its antiquated practice of parading women onstage in swimsuits. The National Football League ought to go next. Actually, a beauty-pageant swimsuit competition is mild compared to what passes for “cheerlead

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By Sheila Allen Northwest Baptist Convention, A routine class assignment at California Baptist University changed the trajectory of Fred DeBerry’s life. After leaving the Navy where he served during the Viet Nam war and enrolling at CBU, DeBerry volunteered in a school for his classroom assignment. He wound up at the Cali

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By VIdAngel, VidAngel, the market-leading entertainment company celebrated for offering parents technology empowering families to skip and mute unacceptable scenes on Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV, and for its original, family-friendly content created through VidAngel Studios, is announcing another

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By Oregon Faith News Note, On August 20, 2018, Portland Archbishop Alexander K. Sample has issued both a lengthy written statement and video called a Healing Mass homily concerning the latest reports of clergy abuse.  The letter rolls out four positive steps to take to address the current situation as well as to address fu

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By Faith News Note, The meditation beach labyrinth ministry made the front page of the state’s largest newspaper “‘Circles in the Sand’ inspires crowds on the southern Oregon coast” and the local TV stations this weekend.  Since 2011 Denny Dyke has been working on his beach labyrinth ministry

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