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Oregon Faith News Note, The Portland Christmas attempted bomber, Mohamud Mohamud, appealed a conviction and this week that appeal was rejected by a court judge. Follow the KGW-8 news clip below.

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministries, Sandy Oregon Please visit his blog While speaking about sexual purity at my church several years ago, I told parents that if they’re going to let their children have unrestricted Internet access in the privacy of their own rooms, through computers, tablets, phones, or any o

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By NW Baptist Witness Resonate Church connected with thousands of students the week prior to the launch of the Eugene campus Editor’s Note: Resonate Church, a multisite church network that began at Washington State University in Pullman nine years ago, is aiming to start churches in more than 20 college towns across the N

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By Oregon Faith News Note, A Clackamas County judge told a 17-year-old boy it’s not too late to turn his life around before sentencing him to seven and a half years in prison. Todd Petrie Jr., who pleaded guilty to attempted murder after firing shots in a Happy Valley church parking lot in August. The […]

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By Christian News Northwest Subscribe Numerous states and groups filed friend-of-the-court briefs several weeks ago with the Washington Supreme Court in support of a Richland floral artist and the principle that the government cannot force Americans to promote messages and participate in events with which they disagree. Amo

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 By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministries, Sandy Oregon Please visit his blog I’m excited to share about a new graphic novel version of the Bible that’s now available, called The Kingstone Bible. It’s released by my friends at Kingstone Media, a publisher dedicated to producing quality graphic novels that are

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By Catholic League for Religious & Civil Rights Bill Donohue comments on electoral results of an interesting kind: Americans have been told over and over again by well-educated liberals that they need to jettison their tired ways and become more accepting of change. Change, they tell us in their lordly fashion, is diffi

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Oregon Faith News Note, Since the election of Donald Trump as president Nov. 8, nearly 300,000 people have viewed a two-minute video on love and healing posted by a pastor at the nondenominational Crossroads Community Church in Vancouver. Daniel Fusco, lead pastor at one of Clark County’s largest churches, regularly posts

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By Holt International Based in Eugene Oregon One of the greatest misconceptions about adoption is that everyone who adopts has thousands of dollars lying around just waiting for somewhere to spend it. Not True! In fact, most families don’t start the adoption process with the full amount they will need to bring a child hom

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By Catholic League for Religious & Civil Rights Bill Donohue comments on remarks made by President Barack Obama in his interview with Bill Maher that were cut from Maher’s Nov. 4 show: Not all of the comments made by President Obama in his interview with Bill Maher were aired on Maher’s HBO show. Fortunately, the [&

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First city skateboard ministry: ‘excited to share the gospel’ Corban University, Salem Oregon Photo: Chad Nix built a ramp with other Corban students in their backyard in order to have a place where skateboarders could ride during the winter months. During his senior year at Corban, 2016 graduate Chad Nix was often

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The Reverend Franklin Graham speaks with Fox News on his appeal to Christians before election night.   Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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By Paul Louis Metzger Multnomah University Professor New Wine Skins Ministry What does it mean to “Make America Great Again”? Does it mean to make us better than everyone else, or to destroy all our enemies, or to help the poor, or to build our economy? All of the above, something more, something else? For […]

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Oregon Faith News Note, Mel Gibson has a new film that is creating incredible hype among the critics. The film is Hacksaw Ridge and is based on a true story of Seventh Day Adventist WWII soldier, Desmond Doss, who refused to bear arms in the war and served as a medic instead. His heroics led […]

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By Christian News Northwest Subscribe If two Christian universities in Oregon must be “shamed” in today’s society for seeking to adhere to traditional values regarding sexuality, so be it. But both schools are contending that their stances are reasonable, despite whatever criticism they receive. Newberg-based George F

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From Corban College, Salem Mark Charles, an advocate for legislative Native American rights, visited students and faculty. Charles challenged and encouraged students to rethink their preconceived notions toward Native Americans. “We don’t know what justice looks like when everything we have access to is tarnished,” he

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In 1963 the Vatican allowed cremation but this month the Vatican began to issue tighter rules on how it could be used or stored. It disallowed throwing people’s ashes at sea. Watch the FOX TV News clip for more information. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

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By Faith News Note, Khizr Khan, who lost his son in the Iraq war and became unexpectedly famous after speaking at the DNC convention and being criticized by Donald Trump, visited Tigard for a meeting held by the Muslim Educational Trust.  A crowd of 750 people gathered to hear him.  Kahn said of his son […]

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Carmel Communications Press Release, One would have been hard-pressed to find a person more secure in her anti-Catholic beliefs than author Sally Read. Heralded as one of the bright young writers of the British poetry scene, Read was a die-hard feminist and staunch atheist. However, all that changed when “[she] found

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By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministries, Sandy Oregon Please visit his blog Though it was foreseen for many years, nationwide legalized homosexual marriage was a long time in coming. I think we’re beginning to see that now that it’s here, it has broken down many restraining walls in our society. Consider the spe

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George Fox University breaks 4,000 enrollment mark for first time in its 125-year history The Newberg, Ore., school enrolls more than 2,700 undergraduates and 1,400 in its graduate-level programs NEWBERG, Ore. – For the first time in its 125-year history, George Fox University broke the 4,000-student mark this fall, as 4,

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Leadership Network Press Release, Leadership Network, in conjunction with Vanderbloemen Search Group, has just released the 2016 edition of its widely popular large-church salary report. Titled “12 Salary Trends Every Church Leader Should Know: 2016 Large Church Salary Study” authored by Warren Bird, Ph.D., the

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The Reverend Franklin Graham testified at an Oregon trial over the Malhuer Refuge standoff earlier this year. Graham was asked by the FBI to intervene in the standoff. He said he did it to save lives. More on his statements in the KGW-TV 8 news below.

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from Multnomah University Dr. Karl Kutz, a Multnomah University professor, and a number of his students will present their recently published research on several Dead Sea Scrolls fragments at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, at Multnomah University. In addition, the Museum of the Bible from Washington, D.C. will bring the fragmen

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By Catholic League for Religious & Civil Rights Friday was International Blasphemy Rights Day. On paper, its stated goal appears eminently worth defending: it is opposed to laws, such as those in Muslim-run nations, that punish the free speech rights of those who criticize religion. For example, it says, “Sometime

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Portland school OKs Satan After School Club By Oregon Faith News Note A Portland School, Scaramento Elementary, has recently approved the After School Satan Club application to become an official after school program. One of the club’s stated purpose is to oppose the existing Good News Clubs which is a Christian after

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By Derrick Peterson New Wine Skins Ministry In the mindset of many, Christianity and science are two entities that have, historically speaking, always been at war.  Much to the surprise of many, no doubt, professional historians rarely-if ever-speak of a historical “warfare” of science and Christianity.  In fa

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Hawaii State Representative Bob McDermott, In the Hawaii State Capitol, State Representative Bob McDermott hosted an educational event designed to alert, engage, and empower parents with information regarding the recently passed BOE policy mandating sexuality education in Kindergarten. While not yet implemented, the proposa

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It’s time to bury the myth that liberal theology is causing the decline of mainline churches in America — and with it, the twin falsehood that because of their conservative creed evangelicals will own Christianity’s future. For many years now, it’s been treated as common knowledge in some circles that the liberal be

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400 students sing to cherished teacher on death bed Oregon Faith News Note, The entire student body of Christ Presbyterian Academy came out to sing to their teacher, Ben Ellis. Mr. Ellis was suffering from esophageal cancer and died 10 days later. Ellsi said, “I felt unity, I’m not alone. Joy. Peace. I also felt

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