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Friday, April 21, 2017

What Can the Church Learn from the Bill O'Reilly Debacle?


INTERVIEW
Evangelism Is Alive in Portland
How pastors, evangelists, and residents are sharing the Good News among the city's 'nones' and Muslim refugees.
INTERVIEW BY MELISSA BINDER
Portland continues to provide a glimpse into the future of American ministry. More than a third of its residents are religiously unaffiliated, with minority faiths growing quickly. Journalist Melissa Binder recently spoke with James Gleason, pastor of Sonrise Church; John Baskaron, pastor of Arabic Christian Church; D. L. Mayfield, author of Assimilate or Go Home on a panel at the Christ & Cascadia conference, an annual gathering of Christian scholars, ministers, and culture leaders around the Pacific Northwest. continue reading >>



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