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Monthly worship held at ‘the gates of hell’

7 cities see 'church' services next to abortion facilities EVERETT, Wash. — This city 28 miles north of Seattle is one of several locations nationally...

Healed from quadriplegia, Sunset Presbyterian pastor tells breakfast crowd of his miracle

By JOHN FORTMEYER, CNNW publisher HILLSBORO — When Pastor Steve Ruetschle talks about the difference the prayers of God’s people can make, he’s not just giving...

Missions ready Thanksgiving dinner for thousands

Christian mission organizations in this part of the Northwest will again provide a traditional Thanksgiving meal to many thousands of needy. Many of the organizations...

High Court receives numerous briefs supporting florist’s religious freedoms

RICHLAND, Wash. — The U.S. Supreme Court has received numerous friend-of-the-court briefs in support of the freedom of a Richland florist to decline to...

Newberg proceeds to team with churches on disaster response

(Reprinted, with permission,  from the Newberg Graphic) NEWBERG — The city of Newberg will continue forward with its plan to partner with local churches...

Florist again asks High Court to consider her case

WASHINGTON — Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing Richland, Wash., florist shop owner Barronelle Stutzman on Sept. 11 asked the U.S. Supreme Court to take...

Resale shop blesses veterans and the needy

By MARIA ANNE TOLAR BEAVERTON — A step of faith often has small beginnings. For a high-end resale shop in downtown Beaverton at 4775 S.W. Main,...

Palau team partners with Colorado group to reach youth online

BEAVERTON — In its ongoing effort to reach the younger generation in the United States, the Oregon-based Luis Palau Association has announced a new...

Recent ruling seen as helpful to bakery owners’ legal fight

GRESHAM — A recent federal appeals court ruling favoring a Minnesota couple could ultimately help former Gresham bakery owners Aaron and Melissa Klein in...

‘Gracious service’ given at new Portland dental clinic

PORTLAND — An idea that had been kicked around for almost two decades became more than an idea last month with the opening of...