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PDX pastors call for 7 days prayer & fasting

September 5, 2012

By Oregon Faith News Note,

Pastors from Oregon’s largest churches including New Hope, Beaverton Foursquare, Solid Rock, Imago Dei and also involving the Luis Palau Association are calling for a time of prayer and fasting for the City of Portland. Events will be held between Sunday September 30th to Saturday October 6th. On Seven PDX website it states, “What if this city, instead of being known as a liberal, pluralistic society defined by apathy, entitlement, and brokenness, was transformed by the gospel of Jesus and became known among the nations as a place where God is alive and at work? Join the Church for SEVEN days of prayer and fasting.”

See the video and schedule below of times and locations.

Sunday Sept 30th
Individual Churches

Monday October 1st
Solid Rock

7 PM
909 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205

Tuesday Oct. 2nd
New Hope

7 PM
11731 Southeast Stevens Road
Happy Valley, OR 97086

Wednesday Oct. 3rd
Imago Dei

7 PM
1400 Southeast Ankeny Street
Portland, OR 97214

Thursday Oct. 4th
Beaverton Foursquare

7 PM
13565 Southwest Walker Road
Beaverton, OR 97005

Friday Oct 5th
Solid Rock

7 PM
909 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205

Saturday Oct. 6th
Waterfront Park

10 AM
Portland Waterfront

  
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Travis Apollonius September 5, 2012

Portland is a beautiful city, and prayer is a beautiful thing. But should we be praying to rid ourselves of pluralism? Should we really be so arrogant as to assume that we know the one and only way and the rest should be rid of? Is this not the mentality that killed millions of Jews? Is this not something that could easily have come from the ravings of a madman like Anders Breivik when set off bombs and went on a shooting rampage killing children in Norway in the name of ridding society of pluralism? I am disgusted by the misuse of prayer — one of the most beautiful acts that God has given us — to try to rid ourselves of the compassion that allows us to all live together as neighbors regardless of what our neighbors believe. And was it not Jesus who told us not to pray in public? “But you, when you pray, enter into your closet and lock your door, and pray to your father who is in secret, and your Father who sees in secret will reward you in public” (Matthew 6:6). While these churches are praying for the demise of religious tolerance in our society, may we all go into our quiet places and pray for them to see their wicked ways.

Gwyllm September 6, 2012

This, is pathetic. If you find Portland so evil because it is ‘pluralistic & liberal”, why not move to say… Arkansas or Louisiana? Your hate of others will fit in nicely there.

Mary Mueller September 6, 2012

A prayer to destroy something (liberalism and pluralism) is technically black magic. Why not pray for understanding? Why not pray to have the kind of kindness that, as Jesus would say, judges not? Pray that you may learn love and acceptance of your fellow man simply because they are your fellow man.

Hanson September 14, 2012

We need to do this.

Always good to pray.

ahadi March 12, 2013

Hello,
My name is ahadi kelekele
N I need serious prayers. Someone is doing
Witchcraft n sending bad energy my way.
I’m a child of God n need help ASAP.
I was wanting to find a Pastor I can meet face to
face n have them pray to curse out all demons n witchcraft.
please call me my number is 5037077638
Thank you very much.
God bless.

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