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By Family Research Council, Townhall.com has uncovered an IRS 990 form showing that the Chick-fil-A Foundation contributed $ 2,500 in 2017 to the anti-Christian Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). On August 15, 2012, a terrorist shooter stormed Family Research Council’s (FRC) headquarters armed with a loaded semi-a

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By Pacific Justice Institute, Grinch: School Says Student Performance of “Joy to the World” Not Acceptable, Then Backtracks Sacramento, CA—A school in Northern California has reversed course after initially declaring “Joy to the World” unacceptable for a student piano performance. The Benzel family reached out

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By Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspectives Ministry Oregon based ministry My wife Nanci was featured in a column  by Chuck Norris, our friend and brother in Christ. Chuck writes, “I know Nanci, and I know she’s not happy with me placing this much focus on her, right Nanci?” He’s right. Both […] The p

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By Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a survey of Catholic workers by NBC: There have been many polls of Catholics, but until now there has not been a survey of those who work for the Catholic Church. NBC has filled that […] The post

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By Faith News Note, Oregon’s young people used marijuana at higher rates than their counterparts in all but one of the United States. A study by the US Drug Testing Centers in Las Vegas showed that 10.35 percent Oregonians between 12 and 17 used marijuana in 2017—second only to the […] The post

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By Alex Landry New Wineskins A project by Multnomah University What is religious freedom? Often, the conversation immediately goes to defending your own religious freedom. How can I protect myself? With that in mind, what would religious freedom for all look like? Is this an admirable goal? This is a […] The

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By Gary McCullough, director of Christian Newswire: Throughout history there exists an ongoing battle over what cultures celebrate and why. In recent American history the battle lines are often described as pro and anti-Christian. America once was content in allowing civil authorities to select and define its holidays. W

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Congressman Greg Walden, photo: Rep. Walden, Rep. Newhouse, and Secretary Rick Perry gather for a picture at the Hanford site. During an Energy and Commerce Full Committee markup, Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River), the Republican Leader of the committee, led efforts to advance legislation that would ensure nuclea

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By US Attorney, Oregon District Office Vasiliy V. Barbiyeru, Jr., 25, of Newberg, Oregon, was sentenced today to nine months in federal prison and three years’ supervised release for transmitting threatening interstate communications. According to court documents, on October 7, 2017, Barbiyeru sent a threatening email

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Salvation Army Press Release, We’re saddened to learn that a corporate partner has felt it necessary to divert funding to other hunger, education and homelessness organizations — areas in which The Salvation Army, as the largest social services provider in the world, is already fully committed. We serve more than [&#

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By Pacific Justice Institute Photo credit: Steve Morgan PJI Thwarts Portland’s Efforts to Stifle Evangelism in a Public Park The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) filed a lawsuit against the City of Portland for infringing on a Christian evangelist’s religious rights. While standing in Portland’s Waterfront Park, Mar

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By Austin Davis, Multnomah University Multnomah University held its 3rd annual Mosaic Week; a series of events created to spark critical thinking and dialogue on issues of diversity, inclusion, cultural identity, and justice. We see in the Scriptures that God is the Creator of all things and all people. He […]

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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association In 2015, then North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed in to law House Bill 540, which decreed that a statue of evangelist Billy Graham would be commissioned to represent the state in the U.S. Capitol. Today, as plans move forward with the project, those impacted by […]

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministry Oregon based ministry November 3, was the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. But there are still plenty of opportunities this month to highlight the plight of our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world and spend time interceding for them. (Open [

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Becket, Religious Liberty legal non-profit A federal court handed down a huge victory for the conscience rights of medical professionals across the nation. In Franciscan Alliance v. Azar, a federal regulation threatened to drive religious doctors out of practice if they would not perform gender-transition procedures that

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By Oregon Veterans Association, An Air Force veteran from Bend who spent decades enduring shame, anger and guilt after he was sexually assaulted in the U.S. military was one of six who publicly admitted in a September New York Times article what happened. But he’s faced repercussions for doing so. […] The

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Multnomah University, Multnomah University students, along with students from George Fox University, are currently serving in Romania as part of our 2019 MU Serve trip. These trips are designed for students to step into the world and partner with active mission organizations. It is our hope that through these trips, [

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Epic Press Release, Lionsgate and Kingdom Story Company, headed by co-CEO’s Jon Erwin and Kevin Downes, announced today that MercyMe lead vocalist and frontman Bart Millard will executive produce I STILL BELIEVE, the highly anticipated biopic about contemporary Christian music artist Jeremy Camp. The film is schedu

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By US attorney, Oregon District Office, The Department of Justice announced it has awarded more than $85.3 million to bolster school security—including funding to educate and train students and faculty—and support first responders who arrive on the scene of a school shooting or other violent incident. Lane County Sch

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By Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspectives Ministry Ministry based out of Sandy, Oregon I enjoyed this short film, titled “The Love You’re Looking For.” I encourage you to share it so that women who have had abortions or are facing an unplanned pregnancy can find hope and healing. Also check out […] The pos

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Gospel for Asia, Faith-based mission agency Gospel for Asia (GFA, www.gfa.org) – on the frontlines in the fight against poverty–has released a new report declaring extreme poverty “public enemy number one,” and challenging people everywhere to help eradicate it. The release of the report – t

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By Christian News NW, Subscribe here. The estimated 6,500 people who enthusiastically attended the second run of a big evangelistic event here shouldn’t yet see it as a summer tradition. Although Good News Today debuted a year ago at Hillsboro Stadium, and returned there again on Aug. 11, evangelist Jose […]

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Oregon Congressman Greg Walden, Representative Greg Walden (R-OR), Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader, and Health Subcommittee Republican Leader Dr. Michael Burgess (R-TX) released the following statement applauding the signing into law of the Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education, and Su

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By Faith News Note, Attorney General William Barr Delivered a speech to the University of Notre Dame at their the Law School and the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. It stirred up praise ( Town Hall, Wall Street Journal) and criticism (New Yorker, New York Times).  Below is […] The post

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Tom Krattenmaker, Oregon writer, USA TODAY contributor and Yale Divinity School communications director. Listening to President Donald Trump’s chief evangelical pastor ally, someone might get easily get confused about who, exactly, is the subject of the House Democrats’ impeachment proceedings. “I have

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By Randy Alcorn Oregon based author, ministry Eternal Perspectives Ministry Martyn Lloyd-Jones said, “It is not a true gospel that gives us the impression the Christian life is easy, and that there are no problems to be faced.” The true gospel is about Jesus, and therefore a gospel that’s about […] The

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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Bishop chairmen of three committees of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) commented on three cases argued before the Supreme Court – Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga., Altitude Express v. Zarda, and R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. Equal Opportunit

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Alliance Defending Freedom, Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing floral artist and 74-year-old great grandmother Barronelle Stutzman asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take her case after the Washington Supreme Court ruled against her in June. The U.S. Supreme Court vacated the state high court’s previous rul

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By M. Martin, NW writer Portland Franklin High School teacher, Mercedes Munoz, has just been awarded Oregon teacher of the year. The award comes with a $5,000 award from the Oregon Department of Education. Munoz described herself as a “a praying woman”. Being a special education teacher is tough position [

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By Catholic League for Religious & civil rights In a joint effort by researchers at the University of Notre Dame’s McGrath Institute for Church Life and the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University, a study of U.S. seminarians found that six percent have experienced some form […]

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