August 31, 2015 - Oregon clergy called to climate change action

Oregon Interfaith Power and Light press release, “Summer and Fall 2015 Upcoming Climate Change Issues and Actions Guide. Stay informed on upcoming climate change issues and take action with your congregation! The second half of 2015 is packed with opportunities to make your voice hears on fossil fuels and climate […]

August 28, 2015 - Store denied permit over marriage beliefs?

Members of the Denver City Council are looking to deny Chick-fil-A restaurants a license to operate at the Denver airport due to their public comments on marriage. Watch the Fox News TV video below for details. Watch the latest video at

August 26, 2015 - Bakers send love cakes to LGBT groups?

By Faith News Note: The Oregon Christian bakers who were fined $135,000 for refusing to make a same-sex wedding cake have done something unusual. The bakers made 11 cakes to send to LGBT organizations along the West Coast. More cakes are expected to be created and sent out to other […]

August 24, 2015 - Hayden’s bill empowers mobile medical clinics

Mobile medical clinics get green light By Taxpayer Foundation of Oregon A bill (HB 3139) sponsored by Rep. Cedric Hayden was signed into law on May 21, making it easier for mobile medical clinics to go into communities to provide much needed medical and dental care. The law prohibits local […]

August 21, 2015 - President undermines faith based programs

By Catholic League for Religious & Civil Rights Bill Donohue comments on the Obama administration’s proposed reforms governing faith-based social service programs: It has been evident from the beginning that President Barack Obama was never serious about strengthening the faith-based initiatives established by President George W. Bush. The latest reforms […]

August 19, 2015 - Oregon Dr. speaks out on assisted suicide

William L. Toffler is an Oregon Health Science University doctor and director of Physicians for Compassionate Care. He wrote this op-ed for the Wall Street Journal. Since the voters of Oregon narrowly legalized physician-assisted suicide 20 years ago, there has been a profound shift in attitude toward medical care—new fear […]

August 17, 2015 - Bible lessons from Baltimore burnings

By Paul Louis Metzger professor at Mutnomah Biblical Seminary “Please respect our leadership. Please respect the work we’ve been doing and will continue to do. Please come and work with us and not for us.” These are the closing words to a post from leaders of local initiatives in Baltimore […]

August 14, 2015 - Another baker in gay wedding cake lawsuit

In light of the Oregon baker case, another case has advanced in the media spotlight. The case comes from Colorado where the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in favor with a gay couple over a wedding cake case. The court said the business owner cannot rely on religious beliefs in […]

August 12, 2015 - Ore. Christian college lands in Cuba for baseball

Corban University, Salem, Oregon There is a popular phrase: “Timing is everything.” For the Corban University baseball team, that phrase could not have been more true when the Warriors traveled on a historic Mission Trip to Caimanera, Cuba. As the first American baseball team in Caimanera in nearly 60 years, […]