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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry An Oregon based ministry Over the years, I’ve spoken at a number of NFL chapels with the great benefit of having Nanci, my football-loving wife, sometimes attending the chapel, and always coming with me to the games. In recent years, God has given me the opportunity to give in

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Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the left-wing’s reaction to a religious liberty task force Attorney General Jeff Sessions announces the creation of a Religious Liberty Task Force at the Department of Justice and left-wing activists explode. Nothing he said

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By Oregon Faith News Note, Three Oregon clergy members were arrested this week as they were protesting at the Portland Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency center. They were arrested for blocking vehicle access. The clergy members were requesting the release of 121 immigrants being held at the Sheridan Federal Correct

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Faith News Note, Scott Edward Moore, 52, pleaded not guilty to seven counts of theft including $70,000 from the Village Baptist Church in Beaverton. Below is a statement from the church given to KOIN-TV 6 “Village Baptist Church confirms that Scott Moore, a former church employee, voluntarily turned himself in on July

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by Robin Munro Holt International, Eugene, OR (Photo “Susie” on her citizenship day) I was born in Korea and named Hong Soon Keum. When I was 5 years old, I was adopted and came to the U.S. Here, I became Susan Gourley. I also became a daughter, sister, cousin, and a part of the community […]

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Humanae Vitae and the Sexual Revolution: 50 Years Later August 4, 2018, 7pm | St. Pius X Parish, Portland Fr. Tad Pacholczyk RSVP HERE Cost: $10 (pay online or at the door) This July marks 50 years since Blessed Pope Paul VI (who will be canonized later this year) issued the encyclical, Humanae vitae, which […]

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By Liberty Counsel, A Michigan appeals court has ruled in favor of a former Planet Fitness customer who argued that her rights under Michigan’s consumer protection law were violated when the club did not disclose its unwritten policy and canceled her membership because she complained about a man in the women’s l

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Franklin Graham will hold one-day evangelistic prayer events across Oregon and Washington to proclaim the Gospel and pray for our nation, our communities, and the lost as part of a nationwide Decision America tour.   All events are free. Medford, OR August 1 7:30 p.m. Bi-Mart Amphitheater at Jackson County Fairgrounds and

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We did it! Initiative Petition 1 Qualifies for November Ballot By Oregon Life United Oregon state elections officials announced that Initiative Petition 1 (IP 1) has qualified for the statewide ballot in November. If approved by voters the measure will prohibit public funds from being used for non-medically necessary aborti

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By Date Night PDX When was the last time you went on a Date? Join fellow believers throughout the greater Portland/Vancouver metro area and commit to 4 Dates in 4 Weeks with someone special. Then join us for . . . Watch the Video & Have fun! Date: Sat, July 28, 2018 Time: 5:40 PM […]

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By Catholic League for Civil and Religious Rights Last week, Pope Francis commented on problems at the U.S. border. “During the Obama years I celebrated Mass at Ciudad Juárez, while on the other side of the border 50 bishops concelebrated, and in the stadium there were many people. The problem already existed there. It

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By Christian News NW, Subscribe here Corvallis-based Oregon Life United will very soon learn whether its third attempt — a more than yearlong effort by concerned Christians — will result in a statewide ballot measure this November to halt state funding of abortions. As of press time for this newspaper, the required 117,

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry Ministry based in Sandy Oregon Of the many fine young men I’ve gotten to know through the ministry of Pro Athletes Outreach (PAO), quarterback Nick Foles stands out as one of those most serious in his Christian faith. (See my past blog on Nick and Case Keenum, as well as som

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By M. Martin, Parents, physicians, and school officials are growing concerned as more teenagers potentially damage their health by “juuling,” inhaling puffs of nicotine from discrete electronic cartridges resembling flash drives. Each JUUL pod, or cartridge, contains the same amount of nicotine as found in a pack of cig

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By Christian News Northwest, Subscribe here. Bible reading in public schools hasn’t taken place much in America for many years, but it happened not too long ago in this Oregon coastal city as a form of punishment. And the fact that it did cost a school principal his job last month. As reported by The […]

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By Northwest Baptist Convention A Northwest team sent to serve as a feeding unit spent much time helping Puerto Rican residents dig out from the effects of Hurricane Maria. Jason Spurlin remembers feeling hit in the chest when he first heard mention of the need for responders to assist in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Mar

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Steve Buckstein Cascade Policy Institute President Trump signed a national Right to Try law, allowing terminally ill patients the right to try drugs that have gone through part of the FDA testing process but are not yet approved. In 2015 Cascade Policy Institute helped craft Oregon’s Right to Try law, but with two troubli

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Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (EMO) supports the Palestinians’ right to demonstrate peacefully in their decades-long conflict with Israel, and we call for an end to violence in the region. We believe that the decision by the current administration to unilaterally move the United States E

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Wall Street Journal Editorial, One of the more compelling issues of our time is the assault on traditional free-speech protection in the U.S., a right currently under pressure on many university campuses. On Tuesday the Supreme Court issued an important decision, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, r

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By Christian Game Developers Conference The Christian Game Developers Conference is a unique event, focused around encouraging and edifying those who are interested in both making games and glorifying God. It will take place July 18th – 21st at Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon. The CGDC is not just another gam

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By Oregon Optimist, Gresham, Oregon — When doctors told Joseph Beaupre he had only a few months to live, the army veteran knew exactly how he wanted to spend his remaining moments. Beaupre told his care providers that he wanted to celebrate his son Tracey’s graduation next year by wearing a new suit to the […]

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Portland Archdiocese Press Release, ARCHBISHOP SAMPLE CALLS FOR MERCY, CHARITY AND ACCESS TO PASTORAL CARE AFTER RECENT IMMIGRATION ACTIVITY “My dear Brothers and Sisters in the Archdiocese of Portland, Praised be Jesus Christ! Please know that I stand in solidarity with my brother bishops in the United States in cond

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By Faith News Note, Three Oregon churches are opening their doors for a prayer night in preparation for the Rev. Franklin Graham Oregon tour. Portland Monday, June 18th 7:00 p.m. Eastridge Church 14100 SE Sunnyside Road Clackamas, OR 97015 Bend Tuesday, June 19th 7:00 p.m. Faith Christian Center 1049 NE 11th Street Bend, OR

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Honor Father’s Day with this great dad story. By M. Martin, Oregon writer Awesome dad who stood up for his son against over-zealous political correctness censorship. A Wake County school forbid the mentioning of the school Valedictorian. It was a policy based for both technical reasons and politically correct reasons

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By Jim Miller, Guest Opinion I was in Washington DC this week to visit the news museum and found the entire street in front of the museum blocked off for the popular annual LGBT Pride festival. I took this as an opportunity to visit each booth, listen and have discussions to see what the festival […]

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by Nicholas Comerchero Oregon Optimist, Five years ago, Atticus Lane-Dupre was the captain of his soccer team to leading them to a 10-9 defeat of the Portland Timbers at Jeld-Wen Field. Many professional players would consider winning against the Timbers, who took home the 2015 MLS Cup title, a significant achievement. Lane

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Oregon US Attorney, A federal jury found Daniel Stephen Johnson, 40, of Coos Bay, Oregon, guilty today of repeatedly sexually abusing children who lived at an orphanage operated by the defendant in Cambodia. The verdict marks the end of the second foreign sexual exploitation trial held in the District of Oregon. Johnson was

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Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Samantha Bee’s commentary last night about her assault on Ivanka Trump: Samantha Bee, and the geniuses at TBS, had a week to script an astute statement for her—getting the issue of her signature vulgarity off her back—and they blew it. Bee said that sh

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By Wall Street Journal Editorial Board, The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 Monday for a baker who refused to custom-bake a cake for a same-sex wedding out of sincere religious belief. Hold the champagne—this apparent victory for religious freedom may be short-lived. As Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote in legalizing same-sex marriag

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Friday, June 8, 2018, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Location: St. Cecilia Parish (Beaverton) No cost. A freewill offer will be accepted. THE STORY To characterize Father Augustus Tolton’s life as remarkable is an understatement, to say the least. He was born a slave on a Missouri farm in 1854, and his mother risked everything [

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