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By M. Martin, Oregon writer 60 Minutes did a special on a new study involving 11,000 kids, 21 research sites and $300 million dollars on the study of the impact of screen time on kids’ brains. This is the largest study in the world on the subject and worth noting.  The study showed some effect […] The

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Tyrone Short, For young girls who lose their innocence in violation, this book is designed to encourage victims to speak up. Within the pages of Tyrone Short’s book, Speak Up Child and Be Saved, readers will find a book depicting what it means when a young girl loses her innocence, which is very precious, and [R

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By Christian News NW, Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing floral artist Barronelle Stutzman of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Wash., filed their opening brief here Nov. 13 with the Washington Supreme Court. The brief on behalf of Stutzman comes after the U.S. Supreme Court vacated the state high court’s

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By Multnomah University Multnomah University  alum Eric Weber is fighting burnout — one ministry leader at a time. While earning his biblical education degree at Multnomah, Weber developed a passion for honoring the local church by caring for its leaders. After graduating from MU in 1980, he went on to found Kerith Sp

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By Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the rise in exorcisms: The Christmas season has just begun, and so has the need for spiritual peace. By any measure, the number of troubled Americans, saddled with personal problems, is staggering. Some are so desperate

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By Oregon Faith News Note, John Allen Chau, a 26-year-old missionary from Vancouver, Wash., died this month trying to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with one of the world’s most isolated tribes, and now seven people who helped him reach the off-limits island near the eastern coast of India have been arrested.  His s

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Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspectives Ministry Oregon based ministry Earlier this year I read through Joni Eareckson Tada’s book When Is It Right to Die?: A Comforting and Surprising Look at Death and Dying, which has been revised and updated to examine the current events, trending issues, and the rising acceptance of ass

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By Jim Miller, Police are looking for a man who siphoned gas from a U-haul truck but caught himself on fire in the process.  In the video you can see the man fleeing while he himself was still on fire.  The thief left the scene with the fire still burning the U-haul truck.   The incident […] The post

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Britton Niles, PhD, Raven’s Eye Each year the team at Raven’s Eye conducts a national survey in the United States, which asks two questions: – For what or whom are you most thankful, and why? – At this time, what or whom do you need most, and why? 2018 survey results: For what or whom […]

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By M. Martin, I was listening to a Portland vintage rock radio station, The Eagle, this week and the DJ excitedly announced that he had a list of retail stores in the Portland area that were going to be open during Thanksgiving day. Roughly 1 out of 4 Americans work during Thanksgiving according one survey!!! […]

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By Oregon Optimist, As Brendan Kelly danced to upbeat music at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California, he heard a familiar sound: pop-pop-pop-pop. Kelly remembered hearing the same noise–the distinctive rattle of gunfire–at a country music concert in Las Vegas last year, and immediately took action

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By Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a news release published by the Departments of Health and Human Services, Treasury, and Labor on the subject of religious exemptions: When giving the Commencement Address at the University of Notre Dame in 2009, President

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Paul Louis Metzger, New Wineskins ministry Multnomah University professor We all struggle with memory loss. There are times people forget certain things because of trauma (as with dissociative amnesia). At other times, it is due to aging, disease, or injury to the brain. Still, at other times, it may be convenient for us

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry By now you’ve probably read and heard all sorts of commentaries analyzing the midterm election results. Whatever your political leanings, you’ve likely been encouraged by some results and discouraged by others. For example, here in Oregon, Measure 106, which I shared abou

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By Faith News Note, Country and Pop star, Carrie Underwood, spoke with CBS Sunday Morning and provided a very intimate and emotional interview about her string of miscarriages and tragedies over the past few years.  Carrie also speaks honestly about her faith struggles and the power of prayer as shared by her own exampl

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Oregon abortion tax funding measure 106 is defeated. By Jim Miller, Oregon abortion measure 106 to ban government tax dollars from being spent on abortions failed. Oregonians rejected the tax by 64%. Roughly 36% of the voters supported the measure. Abortion measure 106 revealed a large disparity in the funding of the cam

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By Oregon Family Council, As Americans, we have been given an incredible privilege: we hold the power to choose our elected officials by exercising our right to vote. Each election day is not something to take lightly, for the candidates who win their races make significant decisions with lasting consequences. Either the

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By Oregon Optimist, It was a blast from the past when Brandon Seminatore, a doctor, and nurse Vilma Wong reconnected. Wong, 54, has worked as a neonatal nurse for 32 years at the hospital in Palo Alto, California. One day, curiousity catapulted at her brain after she saw the name Seminatore on a young doctor’s […

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Faith News Note, The former executive assistant to Buffalo’s Bishop Richard Malone has come forward with copied documents from the Bishop’s office the proves a cover-up and neglect in protecting children from abusive priests.  See the 60 Minutes report below: The post

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Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry Oregon based ministry For years people have told me, including some who’ve read my novel Safely Home, that there is no more persecution of Chinese Christians. True, compared to earlier decades, religious persecution in some parts of China has not been as extreme. In some place

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Oregon US District Attorney, Nicholas James Stacy, 24, of Clackamas, Oregon, made an initial appearance in federal court before U.S. Magistrate Judge Stacie F. Beckerman. He was ordered detained pending trial. The court unsealed a criminal complaint alleging Stacy possessed in excess of 9,000 videos and 20,000 images dep

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. Portland Archdiocese Press Release, A message from archbishop alexander sample Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Praised be Jesus Christ! With your help, Oregon voters were able to get an important, state-wide citizen initiative on the November ballot. Measure 106 is the Stop Taxpayer Funding for Abortion measure. T

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By Faith News Note, Governor John Kasich made headlines this week by suggesting that it may be the Lord’s will to open America more to immigrants and the recent caravan of immigrants coming from Guatemala.  Kasich said “Let’s stop putting up walls around ourselves and not understanding the plight, the trouble,

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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Billy Graham: An Extraordinary Journey — a film commemorating the life and impact of world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham — will come to DVD and digital HD beginning Nov. 6. “It’s an extraordinary journey,” said Franklin Graham, president and CEO of t

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By Tom Krattenmaker Oregon author Featured often in USA Today, Religion News Service They pore over Nate Silver’s political data analyses with the rapt attention of day traders sizing up the stock market. Every day brings emotional peaks and valleys with each up and down in the polls and the president’s approval rati

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Oregon Right to Life Press Release, Until this year, public sector unions in Oregon have been taking mandatory dues from government employees, even non-union members. Millions of those dollars are then diverted to fund pro-abortion groups. These groups then support pro-abortion candidates for office who are committed to

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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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