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November 25, 2020 - Oregon and Washington Both Pass Controversial Measures

By Diana Chandler, Baptist Press As Americans focused most their attention on electing a President in the Nov. 3 national election, voters in Oregon and Washington strongly approved state measures opposed by organizations that deal work on conservative moral concerns. Oregon will become the first state in the nation to […]


November 23, 2020 - Think twice before switching churches right now

By Randy Alcorn Eternal Perspectives Ministries, Sandy Oregon Please visit his blog Note from Randy: I appreciate this article from Ivan Mesa, with four things to consider if you’re thinking about leaving your church right now. Having been part of the same local church for 43 years, trust me when […]


November 20, 2020 - Ex-atheist makes case for Christmas

By Bible Gateway Award-winning former legal editor of The Chicago Tribune and former atheist, Lee Strobel, uses his legal and journalism training to investigate whether the account of the birth and divinity of Jesus is logically and historically credible, in the free Case for Christmas Online Bible Study November 30, […]


November 18, 2020 - Salem church has cross stolen

By Faith News Note, The church teaches that Jesus died to save sinners, even the people who stole the 9-foot-tall oak cross in October. Workers repairing the siding of the Pauline Memorial AME Zion Church temporarily removed the handmade stained cross with a six-foot crossbeam. They set it in the […]


November 16, 2020 - Churches allowed flexibility in second lockdown, unlike before

By Faith News Note, Last Friday Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced new heavy restrictions and closures as part of a statewide COVID-19 lockdown. Businesses, gyms, museums and even outdoor venues have been forced to close for a multiple week pause as cases have ascended.   Churches have been allowed to stay […]


November 13, 2020 - Survey: Harassment persists in Christian workplace

By Church Law & Tax, Church Law & Tax conducted a research study on sexual harassment in the Christian workplace and the findings reveal that churches have a lot of work to do to establish a safe and respectful work culture. One in every six employees/volunteers in the Christian workplace […]


November 11, 2020 - How ministries are helping in wildfire’s devastating wake

By JOHN FORTMEYER, Christian News NW, Subscribe MEDFORD — In response to two nearby southern Oregon towns left devastated by September’s wildfires, Christian ministries have been quick to step in to provide both short-term and long-term help. In addition to a multitude of individual aid efforts arranged by various denominations […]


November 9, 2020 - Riot damages church causing homeless service to cease

By Faith News Note, Violence and vandalism from election-night rioters in downtown Portland prompted a Christian church to halt its services to the homeless. St. Andre Bessette Catholic Church, which has served several hundred meals daily and provided shelter to homeless people in Portland, put its ministry on pause indefinitely […]


November 6, 2020 - Supreme Court hears major religious liberty, family case

Family Research Council, The Supreme Court heard telephonic oral arguments in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case that concerns the right of religious foster care agencies to speak and act consistently with their sincerely held religious beliefs. Catholic Social Services (“CSS”) is a religiously affiliated ministry that has provided […]


November 4, 2020 - Billy Graham’s grandson comes to NW Nov. 5th

By Clark County Prayer Breakfast, Join us in supporting our Community Leaders, First Responders, Active Military, Veterans and Wounded Warriors at this year’s 19th Annual . . . Vision – Inspiring Clark County Residents to Honor, Encourage and Support Each Other ​Mission – Uniting, Honoring, Thanking & Praying for Our […]