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Pastors’ meetings in Oregon to look at challenges of today’s culture

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A national Christian public policy ministry will hold four and possibly five meetings in Oregon this month to update pastors and Christian leaders on the challenges faced in today’s culture.

Sponsored by the Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council, the free-admission Culture Impact sessions will be led by Randy Wilson, national field director for the council, and Pastor Denny Stahl of Calvary Chapel Grants Pass, Oregon representative for the council.

In addition, a national official for the council will speak at two other related events in southern Oregon and northern California.  They will feature Lt. Gen. Wi-liam “Jerry” Boykin (U.S. Army, Ret.), who is executive vice president for the council.

At his sessions, Wilson will encourage Christians to form community-wide teams to respond effectively to various moral and social issues from a Biblical perspective. Those sessions are:

•6 p.m. Sunday, March 4, and also 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, at Calvary Chapel Grants Pass, 269 W. Harbeck Road in Grants Pass.

•Noon, Tuesday, March 6, a luncheon at Agape Bible Church, 5231 S.E. Stark St. in Portland.

•Thursday, March 8, a luncheon at the Sweetwater on the River restaurant at the Valley River Inn, 1000 Valley River Way, Eugene.

At press time for this newspaper, Stahl said efforts also were underway to set a meeting on Monday, March 5 for the west side of the Portland metro area.

For information or to reserve a seat at Wilson’s events, contact Stahl at 541-476-6827 or denny@calvarygp.com

Boykin will speak Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3, at a conference for men from southern Oregon and northern California. That will be at Little Country Church, 873 Canby Road in Redding, Calif. Cost of  $15 includes continental breakfast.  For details go to https://soncccc.com/ccmc/

Then on Sunday, March 4, Boykin will speak at both 9 and 11 a.m. at Stahl’s church in Grants Pass.