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TUESDAY, AUGUST 1
    11 a.m., Pastor Helena Corcoran speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.   From Hawaii, Corcoran ministers prophetically worldwide in conferences, prisons, and to women’s youth and Native groups. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    5 to 9:30 p.m., Center for Self Governance First-Level Training, Community Room at Portland Police Bureau’s East Precinct, 737 S.E. 106th, Portland 97216.  This is a seminar on citizen control of civil government at all levels, and is endorsed by David Barton of Wallbuilders and Restore America.  Presented by Mark Herr of the Center for Self Governance, who will be introduced by former Oregon resident David Crowe of Tennessee-based Restore America. david@restoreamerica.org
    7 p.m., Revivalist Deborah  Bliebe of FireGate Ministries speaking at Precious Daughters event, Bethel Assembly of God Church, 7220 S.E. Duke St., Portland 97206. www.preciousdaughters.com or firegate.org
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2
    9:30 a.m., Portland AM Aglow monthly meeting with speakers Sheila Parnell and Fred Blakely, New Hope Community Church, 11731 S.E. Stevens Road, Happy Valley 97086. Parnell and Blakely are from The Dalles and will share about the four faces of the creatures who surround the throne of God, representing different aspects of prophetic worship. portlandamaglow@gmail.com
    11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., August CAN (Churches as Neighborhood) Luncheon sponsored by Salem Leadership Foundation, Trinity United Methodist Church, 590 Elma Ave. S.E., Salem 97317.  Chaplain Ken Morse of Salem Health will provide a training on suicide prevention, hospital engagement and end of life directives. 503-315-8924 or www.SalemLF.org
    11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Former Oregon resident David Crowe of Tennessee-based Restore America speaking at no-host luncheon, Hayden’s Lakefront Grill, 8187 S.W. Tualatin-Sherwood Road, Tualatin 97062. david@restoreamerica.org
    Discipleship Camp sponsored by the Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of four consecutive days, Faith Christian Center,  1049 NE 11th St., Bend 97701.  541-382-8274 or oregonag.org
    7 p.m., Prayer service in advance of the Aug. 5 IPFest (International Praise Festival) in Portland, Pioneer Courthouse Square. 1-866-915-1918 ipfest.pdx@gmail.com or www.ipfest.org
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3
    10 a.m., Informational meeting on vision for 2018 evangelistic stadium event in Portland, First Baptist Church of Portland, 909 S.W. 11th Ave., Portland, OR 97205.  The meeting will be presented by Chris Overstreet, outreach pastor for Bethel Church and Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, Calif.  info@servingourneighbors.org
    11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Former Oregon resident David Crowe of Tennessee-based Restore America speaking at no-host luncheon, China Delight Restaurant, 325 N.W. Second St., Corvallis   97330. david@restoreamerica.org
FRIDAY, AUGUST 4
    Better Life Camp Meeting sponsored by Better Life Broadcasting, first of two consecutive days, Milo Adventist Academy,  324 Milo Drive, Days Creek 97429.  1-877—741-2588 or 541-825-3200 or betterlifetv.tv
    Summer Weekend Retreat with Kim Meeder, first of three consecutive days, Christian Renewal Center, 22444 North Fork Road S.E., Silverton 97381.   Meeder and her husband, Troy, operate Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Oregon as a ministry to disadvantaged children.  She has authored several books.  503-873-6743 or christianrenewalcenter.org
    11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Former Oregon resident David Crowe of Tennessee-based Restore America speaking at no-host luncheon, Broadway Commons, 1300 Broadway St. N.E., Salem. 97301.. david@restoreamerica.org
    7 p.m. Evangelist and author Bob Larson speaking and ministering, Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, 1401 S.W. Naito Pkwy., Portland 97201.  Free admission. www.boblarson.org
    7 p.m., Revive! Conference 2017 with revivalist Deborah Gliebe of FireGate Ministries, Abraham Charles and Jim Thornton, first of three consecutive days, The River Church, 2008 S.E. Eighth Ave., Camas, Wash. 98607.  firegate.org
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5
    Upward Trails ministry backpacking or day hike on the east side of Indian Heaven Wilderness in Skamania County, Wash.  503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.com
    8 a.m., 18th annual Race for the Homeless sponsored by New Heights Church of Vancouver, Wash., starting at O.O. Howard House on Fort Vancouver Way near Officers Row, Vancouver 98661.  A benefit for Open House Ministries shelter of Vancouver.  5K and 10K run and 5K walk for adults, followed by kids’ fun run.  Adult run and walk are $15 advance, $20 on race day.  NewHeights.org/race
    10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Back to School Party, Heritage Church, 8803 N.E. 76th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98662.  Mini-golf, inflatables, cotton candy, barbecue and more. 360-694-7181 or heritagenorthwest.org
    11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., IPFest (International Praise Festival), Pioneer Courthouse Square, downtown Portland. A free-admission celebration in worship and praise of the various ethnic groups and cultures represented locally in the Body of Christ. 1-866-915-1918 ipfest.pdx@gmail.com or www.ipfest.org
    The Timberline Challenge, a hiking relay race benefiting Design Science Association, around Mount Hood on the Timberline Trail.  The race consists of five legs, varying in length from 3.7 miles or 10.8 miles, over which two members from each team will hike as quickly as possible, with the goal of completing the entire 40-mile course in 16 hours or less. Contact race director Phil Gaskill at 503-630-5568 or jehuphil@zoho.com or go to any of the following web sites: www.timberlinechallenge.com, www.facebook.com/timberlinechallenge, or www.GoFundMe.com/timberlinechallenge.
    Seventh annual Bluegrass in the Orchard Grass music festival hosted by the Bethel Mountain Band, at the Ellis Stutzman farm, 36453 Bohlken Drive, Lebanon 97355.  The Bethel Mountain Band features Gospel bluegrass harmonies.  www.bethelmountainband.com
    Summer Family Conference with Dennis Keating and Ryan Paulson, first of eight consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center,  289 N. Spruce St, Cannon Beach 97110.  Keating is senior pastor of Emmanuel Faith Community Church in Escondido, Calif., and Paulson is lead pastor at South Fellowship Church in Littleton, Colo.  1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    6:30 p.m., Newberg Salvation and Healing Crusade with evangelist Larry O’Halloran of McMinnville, on Elliott Road off Highway 99 behind Burgerville in Newberg.  Worship led by Mark Nelsen and music by Ashley O’Halloran.  971-241-9360.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 6
    Surfside Camp for eighth through 12th graders, first of seven consecutive days, Twin Rocks Friends Camp, 18705 Hwy. 101 N., Rockaway Beach 97136. 503-355-2284 or twinrocks.org
MONDAY, AUGUST 7
    9 to 11:15 a.m., Vacation Bible school, first of four consecutive mornings, Carlton Community Church, 437 S. Third St., Carlton 97111.  Theme is “Hero Central.” 503-852-3083
    9 a.m. to noon, Vacation Bible school day camp for ages 3 through sixth grade, first of five consecutive mornings, Cross Creek Bible Church,  20805 S.W.  Farmington Road,  Aloha. 97007. Theme is “Faith Expedition.” Bible stories, crafts, games, snacks, songs and memory verses. $10 per child; scholarships available.  Space is limited.  Register at www.crosscreekbible.org
    11 a.m., Dayton Smith speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Vice president of the Portland chapter, Smith recently returned from the fellowship’s national convention and ministering in Texas. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Former Oregon resident David Crowe of Tennessee-based Restore America speaking at no-host luncheon, Elmer’s Restaurant, 1933 N.E. 181st, Portland 97230. david@restoreamerica.org
     Primary Camp for children entering third and fourth grades, first of four consecutive days,  Camp White Branch, 61500 Old McKenzie Hwy, McKenzie Bridge 97413.  541-822-3511 or campwhitebranch.org
    Primary Camp sponsored by the Oregon-Pacific Nazarene District, first of five consecutive days, Kellogg Springs Camp, 1111 Kellogg Camp Lane, Oakland 97462. 541-459-1511 or kelloggsprings.com or orpac.org
    Summer Family Retreat with Darrell and Sherri Beebe, first of six consecutive days, Christian Renewal Center, 22444 North Fork Road S.E., Silverton 97381. Involved in ministry since 1973, they have served as missionaries in the Solomon Islands, Palau and Japan and have pastored at several locations in Washington. 503-873-6743 or christianrenewalcenter.org
    5:30 to 7 p.m., Vacation Bible school, first of five consecutive evenings, Tabernacle Seventh-day Adventist Church, 26 S.W. Condor Way, Portland 97239.  Theme is “Journey to Rome: Paul and the Underground Church.” 503-223-0623.
    6 to 7 p.m., Informational meeting about the Every Child Lane campaign in Lane County, Holt International, 250 Country Club Road, Eugene 97401. Launched a year ago, Every Child involves dozens of local churches and hundreds of community members to help meet the needs of vulnerable children in partnership with the state Department of Human Services and Safe Families. everychildlane.org
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8
    8:30 a.m., Vacation Bible school, first of five consecutive mornings, Oregon City Church of the Nazarene,716 Taylor St., Oregon City 97045.  Theme is “Operation Arctic.” 503-656-6536.
    6 to 8 p.m., Lebanon After 5 Connection picnic for women, River Park, 1235 E. Grant St., Lebanon 97355. Theme this month is “Good Ole Days.”  Ed Anderson, president of Rollin’ Oldies Car Club, will share about the club’s history as well as information on car technology and maintenance.  Those attending encouraged to bring  any classic or vintage cars they might own.  Also, guest speaker Jim Desmond of Lake Oswego will discuss his early years of chasing after elusive goals.  He has worked for the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service. $8.50. RSVP to 541-258-6414 or 541-259-1396 or d.neve@comcast.net or NancyPinzino@comcast.net
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10
   Willow Creek Association’s Global Leadership Summit, first of two consecutive days, viewable at many locations, including Newberg Christian Church, 2315 Villa Road, Newberg 97132;  Resound Church, 1400 N.E. 48th Ave., Suite 100 | Hillsboro 97124;
Westside Church, 2051 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend 97701; Eugene Christian Fellowship, 89780 N. Game Farm Road, Eugene 97408; New Hope Community Church, 1350 S. Hwy. 395, Hermiston 97838;  East Linn Christian Academy, 36883 Victory Drive, Lebanon 97355; Church on the Hill, 700 N.W. Hill Road, McMinnville 97128; Medford First Church of the Nazarene,  1974 E. McAndrews Road, Medford 97504;  Willamette Christian Church  3153 South Brandywind Drive, West Linn 97068; Redeemer’s Fellowship, 3031 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg 97470 and Dayspring Fellowship, 1755 Dayspring Fellowship, 1755 Lockhaven Drive N.E., Keizer 97303. For details go to WillowCreek.com/summit
    6 p.m., Bethel Mountain Band performing at Bluegrass and Blueberries event, Hope Village, 1535 S. Ivy St., Canby 97013.  The Bethel Mountain Band features Gospel bluegrass harmonies. 503-266-9810 or www.bethelmountainband.com
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11
  Summer Festival sponsored by New Heights Church of Vancouver, first of 10 consecutive days. Theme is “The Great Northwest.”  A wide range of fun activities and events, from river rafting to campouts to school clean-ups to night meetings Concludes with a Summer Celebration at Alderbrook Park, Aug. 20. (see listing under that date) newheights.org/summerfestival.
    6:45 to 8:30 p.m., Every Marriage Matters presents the Date Night Comedy Tour, City Bible Church’s Rocky Butte campus, 9200 N.E. Fremont St., Portland.  Features comedians Ted Cunningham and Jason Earls.  Hosted by Jeff Kemp, vice president at FamilyLife and former quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, and his wife Stacey.  $30 per couple. 503-655-1489 or everymarriagematters@comcast.net
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12
    Upward Trails ministry hike on the Maple Trail in the middle section of Portland’s Forest Park.  A 7.7-mile moderate hike with 400-foot elevation gain.  503-484-7998 or upwardtrails.com
     8 a.m. to evening, Valley View Air Show, Valley View Retirement Village, 15600 S.W. Rock of Ages road, McMinnville 97128.  Free concerts and activities.  Hot air balloons fly out at daybreak.  Children’s attractions, horse and wagon rides, remote control aircraft with candy bomber, car show, lunch and dinner served, and performances by Second Winds Band, Gospel Echoes Northwest, Doug Wiley, Bethel Mountain Band, Jerichor Road and Double Portion.  Free admission; donation of canned foods for needy welcomed. 503-472-6212 or www.rockofagesvalleyview.com
    9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Freedom from Food Workshop, Restoration Gateway Ministries, 900 N.W. Joy Ave., Portland 97229.  Looking at the sources of emotional issues with food, discussing programming related to food, and renounce the spirits comprising the strongholds of food obsession and addiction.   $65 including a workbook. 971-238-4744 or rgmconnect.com
    9:30 a.m. to noon, Charis Day Portland, an informational session on Charis Bible College’s new Portland program, which launches this fall, Milwaukie Community Center, 5440 S.E. Kellogg Creek Drive, Milwaukie, 97222.  RSVP at 503-212-4141 or www.CBCOregon.com
    The Extreme Tour music and sports outreach, first of two consecutive days, La Grande location to be announced. theextremetour.com
    Summer Family Conference with Ed Underwood and Chuck Bomar, first of eight consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center,  289 N. Spruce St, Cannon Beach 97110.  Underwood served 20 years as lead pastor at Church of the Open Door in Glendora, Calilf. and is now assistant pastor there for discipleship and community development. Bomar is founding pastor of Colossae Church in Tigard.  1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13
    10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Lev Hallel (Heart of Praise) outdoor dance symposium and concert, American Legion Community Park, 850 S.W. Rimrock Way, Redmond 97756. Featuring artist Lev Shelo with Corry Bell, and Messianic dance teams. levhalleldance@gmail.com
    Noon to 5 p.m., Annual Summer Fest, Redeemer Lutheran Church, 4663 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem 97305. Barbecue lunch and Christian music under the trees following the church’s 10 a.m. outdoor worship service.  Children’s activities include face painting and crafts plus a waterslide and “jumpy-jump” for small childen. Free health screenings sponsroed by the Lions Club. Free admission.  503-393-7121 or 541-327-2867 or timnjan3@msn.com
    12:30 p.m., Prayer service for healing spnnsored by Mysteries from the Word of God Ministries, meeting at the Barberton Grange, 9400 N.E. 72nd Ave., Vancouver, Wash. 98665.  Pastor Emanuel Franklin will give a message on healing, followed by prayer for the sick afterward. hismessnger.org
MONDAY, AUGUST 14
    11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m, “Prayerwalker” Henry Gruver speaking at weekly luncheon sponsored by Vancouver chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Home Town Buffet, 7809-B N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662.  Gruver has ministered throughout America, Japan, China and South Korea.  $10 for lunch includes drink, tip, tax and room charge. $2.70 for drinks only. 503-536-3608 or www.fgbmfamerica.org
    Western Kids Camp sponsored by the Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of five consecutive days, Kellogg Springs Camp, 1111 Kellogg Camp Lane, Oakland 97462. 541-459-1511 or oregonag.org
    The Extreme Tour music and sports outreach, first of two consecutive days, Pendleton location to be announced. theextremetour.com
    5 to 7:30 p.m., Vacation Bible school, first of five consecutive evenings, Peninsula Baptist Church, 2653 N. Lombard St., Portland 97217.  Friday evening is picnic and potluck activity night. 503-708-8980 or peninsulabaptist@gmail.com
    6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Summer Book Group sponsored by Columbia-Willamette Women of Vision, at the home of Cynthia Ruttan, 3761 S.W. Olson Court, Lake Oswego 97034.  The group will discuss the book Hidden Girl: The True Story of a Modern-Day Child Slave, by Shyima Hall and and Lisa Wysocky. 503-638-1746 or kchan4194@gmail.com or www.cwwov.org
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15
    Oregon Christian Writers’ Summer Coaching Conference, first of four consecutive days, Red Lion Inn on the River, Jantzen Beach, Portland.  Keynote speakers are authors Frank Peretti and Tessa Afsha. www.OregonChristianWriters.org
    11 a.m., Evangelist Hamilton Filmater speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Filmater has a healing ministry and does large outreaches in Pakistan, usuallly with 50,000 to 100,000 in attendance. He testifies of seeing many miracles take place. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16
    Evening, Second annual Willamette Valley Campmeeting sponsored by the Association of Churches of God (Anderson, Ind.) of Oregon and Southwest Washington, first of four consecutive days, Oregon Christian Convention grounds, Turner. 503-981-1660 or www.hoodviewhurchofgod.com/campmeeting
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18
    Upward Trails ministry hike at Rooster Rock near Table Rock out of Molalla.  A 2.8-mile round trip with a possible longer hike toward Table Rock.  Elevation gain of 1,400 feet. 503-522-7205 or upwardtrails.com
    Second annual Impact Your Health Portland free medical, dental and vision clinic sponsored by Adventist Medical Evangelism Network, first of two days this week, Portland Adventist Academy.1500 S.E 96th Ave, Portland 97216. Continues Sunday.  www.volunteer.impacthealthpdx.com
    Reformation Fire Conference presented by Biblical Church Evangelism and JeremiahCry Ministries, first of three consecutive days, Beaverton Grace Bible Chruch, 980 N.W. 180th Ave., Beaverton 97006.  A focus on equipping believers to minister to those with Roman Catholic background or to those influenced by cults or various false religions. Speakers include apologists Edward Dalcour and Mike Gendron, evangelists Jeff Rose, Mike Stockwell and Robert Gray, and Chuck O’Neal, an evangelist and pastor of the Beaverton church.  Three days of optional evangelical outreach in the local area follows the conference. 503-936-9671 or pastorchuckbgbc@gmail.com or BiblicalChurchEvangelism.org
    Girls Camp sponsored by the Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of three consecutive days, Kellogg Springs Camp, 1111 Kellogg Camp Lane, Oakland 97462. 541-459-1511 or oregonag.org
    Men’s Advance sponsored by the Association of Churches of God (Anderson, Ind.) of Oregon and Southwest Washington, first of three consecutive days, Camp White Branch, 61500 Old McKenzie Hwy,. McKenzie Bridge 97413. Featured speaker is Pastor Martin Shrout of Holladay Park Church of God in Portland.  $75 advance, $85 at the door.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19
    Upward Trails ministry hike to see many waterfalls along the Lewis River in Washington.  A 7-mile round trip with 500-foot elevation gain.  360-513-9244 or upwardtrails.com
    9:30 a.m., Laps for Life event to benefit the Pregnancy Counseling and Information Centers of McMinnville, Lafayette and Newberg, Wortman Park, 2051 N.E. Lafayette Ave., McMinnville 97128. 503-434-4400; pcicyamhill@frontier.com
    9 a.m., Astronomer Danny Faulkner of Answers in Genesis speaking at monthly meeting of Design Science Association, Greater Portland Bible Church, 2374 S.W. Vermont St., Portland 97219.  Faulkner will speak on “Creation Astronomy and the Solar Eclipse.”   designsciencenw.org
    10 a.m.,  104.1 KFIS “The Fish” radio presents Fish Fest, Riverfront Park, 200 Water St. N.E., Salem. Features  MercyMe, Matthew West, Mac Powell of Third Day, Andy Mineo and Jordan Feliz. “Gold Circle” tickets, $115; premium, $60; adult, $27; child, $13; free for age 5 and younger. Fishfestportland.com
    7 p.m., Jim Johnson and Jake Hebert of Institute for Creation Research present a Solar Eclipse Seminar, first of three consecutive days, Jefferson Baptist Church, 15002 Jefferson Hwy. 99E S.E,. Jefferson 97352.  Continues at 9, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, followed by an 8:30 a.m. solar eclipse viewing party at the church on Monday.  214-615-8325 or 541-327-2939 or  jkautt@icr.org or JeffersonBaptistChurch.org
SUNDAY, AUGUST 20
    9 and 10:45 a.m., Astronomer Danny Faulkner of Answers in Genesis speaking during morning worship, Oregon City Evangelical Church, 1024 Linn Ave., Oregon City. Faulkner will speak about  “The Wonder of God’s Creation.”  de-signsciencenw.org
    9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Summer Celebration sponsored by New Heights Church of Vancouver, Wash., Alderbrook Park, 24414 N.E. Westerholm Road, Brush Prairie, Wash. 98606.  Starts at 9 with pre-worship activities, including breakfast items, inflatables, paddle boats and more.  Worship service at 10:30 a.m., followed by lunch and an afternoon of fun at the park.  360-314-3344 or https://newheights.org/event/summer-celebration-2/
    Noon to 2 p.m., All Oregon Unity Sunday 2017 worship service/gospel music celebration sponsored by Willamette Valley Christian Church and University Church of Eugene, EMU Amphitheater, 1228 University of Oregon, Eugene 97403.  Food trucks also on site. 951-234-4785 or universitychurcheugene.com
    5 p.m., Astronomer Danny Faulkner of Answers in Genesis speaking at monthly meeting of Institute for Creation Science, Rivercrest Community Church, 3201 N.E.148th Ave., Portland 97230. Faulkner will speak on “What About Aliens and UFOs?” icspdx.org
SOLAR ECLIPSE EVENT
MONDAY, AUGUST 21
    Total solar eclipse.  The first viewable in the Pacific Northwest since 1979, the eclipse will be visible in its totality in a swath across Oregon and 14 other states today. the partial eclipse will begin shortly after 9 a.m. in Oregon, reaching totality between 10:15 and 10:25. Among the Oregon communities in the path of totality are Lincoln City, Newport. McMinnville, Woodburn, Dallas, Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, Sweet Home, Madras, Prineville, John Day, Prairie City, Baker City and Ontario.  www.eclipse2017.org
    Eclipse viewing sponsored by Creation Encounter, departing at 3 a.m. by school bus from Sandy.  Space limited. Registration required at www.creationencounter.com/tours
    9 a.m. Solar eclipse viewing party, at the Tim and Judy Buhler farm, 4870 Van Well Road, Dallas 97338.  RVers and tents welcome.   Followed by a lunch potluck.  Bring lawn chairs. RSVP at 503-623-4039 or 503-931-8951.
    11 a.m., 22nd annual Adventist Health Foundation golf benefit, Oregon Golf Club, 25700 S.W. Petes Mountain Road, West Linn 97068.  Begins with a tee-off luncheon at 11 with Adventist Medical Center CEO David Russell and other agency leaders, followed by a “Million Dollars Shootout” at 12:45 p.m. A minimum of five lucky golfers from the tournament will have a chance to make a hole in one for $1 million.  If someone is lucky enough to sink that shot, Adventist Medical Center also will win $1 million for a grand total of $2 million. The participants in the shootout will be selected by random drawing of the tournament golfers. Only amateur golfers are eligible. The target hole will be located on the driving range adjacent to the scoreboard. The tournament itself begins with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. www.adventisthealth.org/NW/golf
TUESDAY, AUGUST 22
    11 a.m., Sandra Larsen speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Larsen is member of the Portland chapter and is an evangelist.  She will share stories of salvations and God’s mirculous provision from her recent ministry trip to Honduras. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23
    School of Power & Love, first of four consecutive days, Oregon Convention Center, 777 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.,  Portland 97232.  This is a four-day school designed to ground participants in their identity in Christ and to show how God can use all in healing, miracles and the prophetic.  It is hosted by Lifestyle Christianity, the ministry of Todd White, and supported by dozens of Northwest churches.  Featured spakers are White, Tom Ruotolo, and Chris Overstreet, and worship is led by Jeremiah Grube. powerandlove.org
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24
    8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Kingdom Congressional International Alliance annual meeting, first of three consecutive days, Shilo Inn Suites Portland Airport, 11707 N.E. Airport Way, Portland, 97220.  This networking group aims to encourage and enable leaders in God’s Kingdom to fulfill their divine assignments.  Eighteen confirmed local and national speakers. www.kcialliance.org
    The Extreme Tour music and sports outreach, first of two consecutive days, Longview, Wash., location to be announced. theextremetour.com
    Family Camp sponsored by Newberg Church of the Nazarene, first of four consecutive days, Beverly Beach State Park, 198 N.E. 123rd St, (on U.S. Hwy 101) Newport 97365.  Tent and RV group camp. 503-550-6230 or 503-538-2570.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25
    9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Annual rummage and bake sale, first of two consecutive days, East Woods Presbyterian Church, ,16210 N.E. 20th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98684.  Continues 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.  Furniture, household items, toys, clothing, sporting goods and craft items. 503-701-6020 or peggymcnees@comcast.
net
    10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Vacation Bible school, first of three consecutive days, Sunnyside Adventist Church, 10501 S.E. Market St., Portland 97216. Theme is “Maker Fun Factory.” 503-252-8080 or sunnysideadventist.com
    Motorcycle Camp Meeting sponsored by the Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, first of three consecutive days, Gladstone Park Conference Center, 19800 Oatfield Road, Gladstone 97027  orgccampmeeting.adventistnw.org
    7 to 8:30 p.m., Jonathan Settel in concert, first of two weekend performances, Rehoboth Messianic Fellowship, 3504 N.E. 49th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98668.  A second concert is 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday. sheri4him2@gmail.com or www.rehoboth-messianic.org
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26
    Upward Trails ministry outing on the new Oregon Coast Rail Ride out of Tillamook.  Participants will ride pedal cars that seat four people per car. A two-hour level ride.  $22.  503-668-8950 or 503-484-7998 or upwardtrails.com
    10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Free Family Fun Day, on the campus at Faithful Savior Lutheran Church, 11100 N.E. Skidmore St,. Portland 97211. Attractions including miniature train ride, bounce house, pony rides and more.  Drawings for small appliances. Free hot dogs, drinks and snacks.  Booths on community resources. 503-257-9409.
    Project Hope sponsored by One Hope Lane County, first of two consecutive days, at locations throughout the county.  Today, more than 40 churches will send volunteers to prepare grounds and facilities at local schools throughout the county.  Then on Sunday, more than 70 churches and communtiy partners will host five Kids’ Fair Back-to-School Giveaways of new shoes, socks, backpacks, school supplies, haircuits and small meals.  541-968-1132 or onehopenetwork.org/project-hope
     Summer Family Conference with Matt Hannan,  first of eight consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center,  289 N. Spruce St, Cannon Beach 97110.  Hannan is lead pastor of New Heights Church in Vancouver, Wash., and is a key leader with Northwest Church Planting.  1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    The Extreme Tour music and sports outreach, first of two consecutive days, Salem location to be announced. theextremetour.com
SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
    28th annual Homeschool Outdoor School for ages 9 to 16, first of five consecutive days, Cispus Learning Center,2142 Cispus Road, Randle, Wash. 98377.  Morning hands-on science and outdoor learning sessions, and afternoon activities such as soccer, archery, basketball, volleyball and more.  Also hikes on Mount St. Helens and evening sessions with Thomas Kindell, young Earth creationist.  $195 for campers, $30 sibling discount, $135 for counselors. dbnett10@gmail.com or www.homeschooloutdoorschool.com
    4 p.m., Lutheran Choral Association in concert, Living Savior Lutheran Church, 8740 S.W. Sagert St., Tualatin 97062.  kwd595@hotmail.com or lutheranchoral.org
MONDAY, AUGUST 28
    1:30 p.m., Reid Saunders Association benefit golf tournament, Creekside Golf Club, 6250 Club House Drive S.E., Salem 97306.  Reserve spot before Aug. 15 with Phil Strom at 503-851-2163 or phil@reidsaunders.org. wwwlreidsaunders.org/golf-tournament
    The Extreme Tour music and sports outreach, first of two consecutive days, The Dalles location to be announced. theextremetour.com
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29
    9 a.m. to noon, Safeguarding Our Children, sexual exploitation prevention training presented by Freedom Calling, South Salem Church of the Nazarene, 1661 Boone Road S.E. Salem 97306. For pastors, youth pastors, children’s pastors and ministry leaders. Register at freedom-calling.org
    11 a.m., Amy Stoner speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Stoner learned the power of the name of Jesus at a young age and founded Healing Hearts ministry in Portland  She ministers in deliverance, healing and prophecy, and once ran a women’s shelter. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    7 p.m., For King & Country in concert at Oregon State Fair, L.B. Day Amphitheater on the state fairgrounds, Salem.  Free with paid admission to the fair itself, VIP concert tickets $35.  oregonstatefair.org
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31
    Xfest Northwest Christian music festival, first of four consecutive days, Skamania County Fairgrounds, 710 SW Rock Creek Drive, Stevenson, Wash. 98648.  Free admission.  A wide range of music genres presented.  Art gallery, worship opportuniteis and camping. XfestNW.org
    6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Benefit event for StandUpGirl.com pro-life ministry, Lady Hill Winery, 8400 Champoeg Road N.E., St Paul 97137.  Food, fellowship, live music, kids activities. Non-alcoholic beverages available. 503-304-1531 or standupgirlfoundation.org