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By M. Martin, NW writer Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein just made the case for the Jewish Bible book of Ecclesiastes. In Ecclesiastes we read of an account of one of ancient history’s richest men, King Solomon, and his brutal confession of the failure of his wealth and power. The vanity of […] The post

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By NW Baptist Convention Born in a small north Idaho mountain town, it came as a shock when a gritty urban Seattle street eventually captured the heart of Pastor Keith Carpenter, who has spent the past 11 years reclaiming Aurora Avenue in Seattle, WA, for the cause of Christ. “My […] The post

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Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the Pennsylvania grand jury report on the Catholic Church that was released a year ago: On August 14, 2018 Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro released a grand jury report on six of the eight Catholic dioceses [̷

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By M. Martin, NW Writer. Two Christian luminaries renounced their faith this summer. First, it was beloved Christian best-seller and pastor, Joshua Harris, who wrote the book I Kissed Dating Goodbye. Then it was popular Christian songwriter Marty Sampson who worked with the world’s most popular worship ministry Hil

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By Oregon Right to Life, On July 23, Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 579 into law, eliminating the waiting periods for those near death who may desire or have been pressured into accessing physician-assisted suicide. “By signing this bill, Governor Kate Brown shirked her duty to protect Oregon’s citizens,” [

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By Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a court ruling just handed down: The Freedom From Religion Foundation lost again. The militant atheists took it on the chin on August 8 when a federal appeals court overturned a lower court ruling on […] The

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By Pacific Justice Institute, Riverside, CA—A Riverside Superior Court Judge sided with a Christian professor after reviewing Riverside Community College District’s petition to reverse an arbitrator’s decision to reinstate him. Professor Eric Thompson taught at Moreno Valley College since 2005 and twice received th

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By Randy Alcorn Oregon based author Eternal Perspectives Ministry I just finished reading Costi Hinn’s new book God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel: How Truth Overwhelms a Life Built on Lies, over a period of three days, including two late nights. I couldn’t put it down! It’s the finest treatment […]

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Chip Tudor Communications, Chip Tudor has a unique background in his professional career. He’s a freelance copywriter, author, playwright and pastor all rolled into one. And all sides are demonstrated in his newly published, all 5-star rated detective novel, Soul Pursuit. “As a copywriter, I specialize in a c

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Christian News NW, Subscribe A jury saw no validity to three of a former faculty member’s four legal claims against a Christian university here, but affirmed a fourth claim and as a result awarded him $127,000 on May 3. As reported by The Oregonian, Johnny Lake, a former professor at […] The post

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By Randy Alcorn Oregon based author Eternal Perspectives Ministry For years, when my daughters were young and I was a pastor, I lived under the tyranny of the telephone. I treated the ringing of the phone as a divine mandate, and I missed too many dinners and bedtime prayers with […] The post

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BY Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Catholic league president Bill Donohue comments on a new law in Texas: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has struck a blow for religious freedom, signing into law the “Save Chick-fil-A” bill. That this law was even necessary demonstrates the level of contempt among […]

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By M. Martin, Oregon made national headlines this week for a new bill allowing students to take a mental health day off from school. It was picked up by NBC News, the Today show, CNN, NPR and USA Today.  Before this bill, students were only allowed to take a sick […] The post

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Brad Dacus Founder and President, Pacific Justice Institute One of the most heart-wrenching cases we’ve taken on in the last few years involves the forced removal of a toddler from life support. We’ve just had an important new development in that case, and I wanted to make sure you had […] The post

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Liberty Counsel Press Release, Liberty Counsel has asked a federal district court to forgo a trial and order the city of Boston to allow its resident Hal Shurtleff and his Christian civic organization, Camp Constitution, to fly the Christian flag on a city flagpole that Boston has opened to hundreds […] The

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By Pacific Justice Institute, California Senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties) withdrew SB 360, a bill that would have required clergy to report certain confessions to the government. The Bill would have further restricted ministers by excluding clergy penitential communications from long established

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Wall Street Journal Editorial, Fresh off upholding the Bladensburg Cross, the Supreme Court has taken another case with even more at stake for religious liberty. On Friday the Justices agreed to hear a challenge that involves Montana’s Blaine Amendment, a constitutional provision that bars tax-credit scholarships from

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Catholic League for Religious and civil rights Catholic League president Bill Donohue wrote the following letter to Assemblyman Reginald Byron Jones-Sawyer. He is chairman of the committee that is in charge of the bill. The bill would penalize priests who fail to disclose the sexual abuse of a minor told […]

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By Alliance for Defending Freedom, The U.S. Supreme Court will once again hold Barronelle Stutzman’s fate in its hands. In February 2017, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled that the government can force this 74-year-old floral artist and grandmother to create floral art celebrating events that conflict with her f

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By Faith News Note, The Oregon Supreme Court has determined that a pastor convicted of sexually abusing a girl in his church should be given a new trial because witnesses referred to his accuser as a “victim.” Mike Sperou, a 68-year-old Happy Valley pastor, was convicted in 2015 of first-degree […] The p

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Rep. Chris Smith Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Global Human Rights and Co-Chair of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, welcomed today’s release of the State Department’s annual International Religious Freedom Report. “The State Department’s annual report on religious fre

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By Faith News Note, The Clackamas United Church of Christ has drawn wide support across social media for progressive signs posted outside its place of worship in Milwaukee, Ore. Rev. Adam Ericksen said he began posting pro-LGBTQ and other progressive messages on the sign outside the church to build up […] Th

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By Oregon Right to Life, SB 579 passed the House 35-22. It will now head to the governor to become law. Senate Bill 579 removes the requirement that a near-death patient wait 15 days before killing themselves by legal assisted suicide. This bill will also allow someone with malicious intent […] The post

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By Christian Defense Coalition Activists  held a prayer vigil and demonstration in front of the White House this week. They stand in solidarity with Christians, Uighurs and Falun Gong practitioners who are being imprisoned and persecuted for their faith in China. President Trump has indicated that he will be having [

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By Oregon Tax News, Patients under the Oregon Health Plan will now receive two hearing aids instead of one, thanks to Rep. Rick Lewis, R, Silverton, a former police chief. He asked the state to change the rules because people with one hearing aid can feel like sound is only […] The post

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Portland World Refugee Press release, On June 29th, community organizations in Portland are gathering together to recognize the strength and resilience of refugees around the world. There will be fun activities such as cultural dances, songs playing from a local DJ, vendors, and more. Come and celebrate with us! PDX [

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(Photo: Paula broke attendance record in Eugene) By Christian News NW Subscribe here The Luis Palau Association announced that a major gathering for evangelists will take place this fall in the Rose City. Titled Connect PDX: The Innovative Evangelism Conference, it will be Sept. 17-20 at the Sheraton Hotel Portland [R

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Becket Law, The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled 7–2 in favor of a nearly 100-year-old World War I memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland, known as the “Peace Cross,” allowing it to remain standing. The ruling has important implications for a similar lawsuit over a 78-year-old cross erected in Pensacola during World [R

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By Faith News Note: The United States Supreme Court decided not to hear the Oregon case (Sweet Cakes by Melissa owners Melissa and Aaron Klein versus the denied couple Rachel and Laurel Bowman-Cryer). They instead told the Oregon appeals court to look at the case again which the court has […] The post

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By Oregon Right to Life, Senator Jackie Winters (R, SD 10) passed away May 29 after a battle with lung cancer. She was 82 — the state’s longest serving black senator. Fully convinced that everyone deserves an advocate, she had a 100% pro-life voting record and was endorsed by ORTL […] The post

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