Should Christians Attend Gay Weddings? Does It Matter Whether They’re Religious or Secular? Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspective Ministries As Kevin DeYoung, one of my favorite bloggers, attests, the question of whether a believer should attend a homosexual wedding is now frequently asked. (I’ve addressed the question previously in a video, […]
Lessons Learned in the Oregon Legislature By David Kilada Oregon Right to Life This summer is a time of transition for our PAC as the legislative session wraps up and Lois Anderson prepares to become Oregon Right to Life’s executive director. I’ve learned that it’s helpful to process what each […]
Does Our Marriage to Christ in Heaven Mean Our Earthly Marriage Partners Won’t Be Important to Us? By Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspective Ministries One of the most frequent questions I’ve been asked about Heaven over the years is about the nature of marriage there. As I share in my book […]
ANTI-CHRISTIAN BIGOTRY SURGES IN U.K. Via Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a new survey on anti-Christian bigotry in the United Kingdom: Premier Christian Communications has released the results of a survey of 12,000 Christians in the U.K. assessing prejudice and discrimination against them. The findings are […]
Christ-Centered Stewardship in a Consumer-Driven Culture: An Interview about Money and Giving Eternal Perspective Ministries By Randy Alcorn Today’s blog is from an interview I did with Joshua Becker, which was originally posted on the Unitive.
The Gospel Is Total Foolishness The Works of Paul Louis Metzger by Paul Louis Metzger The Gospel is total foolishness. However, in the desire to make Christianity respectable, we who are Christians often downplay or dismiss this point.
Huge prayer effort set for both Oregon, national capitals Via Christian News Northwest A huge nine-day prayer emphasis this month outside the Oregon State Capitol here will serve as a prelude to a planned massive national prayer effort this fall in America’s capital.
Senate Bill 494: Victory and Vigilance! By Gayle Atteberry, Oregon Right to Life Senate Bill 494, which would have allowed the starvation and dehydration of dementia and Alzheimer’s patients, took its final breaths in the House Judiciary Committee before it met a timely death. The bill died because of many […]
Master of Arts in Global Development & Justice Program students empower Bhutanese refugee community Multnomah University by Fabi Colmenarez, MAGDJ Student Cohort 4 As part of the Applied Research Methodology course for the MAGDJ program, and in partnership with Beaverton Foursquare Church, a team of students (including myself) was formed to work […]
Defense Department Delays Obama’s ‘Transgender’ Policy Via Christian Newswire Defense Secretary James Mattis announced just hours before a July 1 deadline that he will defer implementation of the so-called transgender policy until January 1, 2018. The Obama-era policy would have allowed incoming service members identifying as “transgender” to enlist if […]