- Died: Luis Palau, Who Preached the Gospel from Portland to Latin America and BeyondThe Argentine-born evangelist rose from Billy Graham translator to lead millions from more than 80 countries to make decisions to follow Jesus.españolPortuguêsالعربيةFrançais简体中文한국어Indonesian繁體中文
- Quick To ListenEpisode 228|50minCan Christians Justify the Violence on America’s Streets?Making sense of anger, destruction, and Eric Metaxas's punch.
- Portland Is Still Protesting. Where Is the Church?Christian leaders weigh when and how to engage in the city’s mounting clash over racial justice.
- Evangelism Is Alive in PortlandHow pastors, evangelists, and residents are sharing the Good News among the city’s ‘nones’ and Muslim refugees.
- Raising Ramona in 21st-Century PortlandWhat Beverly Cleary taught me about childhood worries.
- Portland's Quiet AbolitionistsLeading the liberal city's efforts to halt child trafficking is a network of dedicated Christians. Just don't go advertising it.
- Saving the Superheroes: Ministering to the Emergency DispatchPortland-based ministry Responder Life sees police officers, firefighters, and dispatchers as an unreached people group.
- Servant EvangelismHow Luis Palau, thousands of volunteers, and a gay mayor are trying to transform Portland.
- From Protesting Abortion Clinics to Protesting the WarEvangelical Christian couple who founded Believers Against the War have a son in Iraq.