Dr. Larry Asplund

The 50th Anniversary Celebration provided so many moments to reconnect with people who students encountered during their time at PBC.  Without a doubt, the instructors played a major role in the PBC experience.  One of those beloved professors was Dr. Larry Asplund.  It was such a treat to have him here for the weekend.  He […]

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International Development Class tours REAL LIFE Exhibit

Some things are unimaginable until you experience them in Real Life. Students from the International Development course visited the REAL LIFE Exhibit hosted by Medical Teams International (http://www.medicalteams.org). The exhibit, which is hosted in a large warehouse, gave the class an opportunity to see and learn about the lives of people affected by disaster, conflict, […]

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A Reformation Prophecy

“You are going to burn a goose, but in one hundred years you will have a swan which you can neither roast nor boil.” These were some of the last words of John Huss, spoken in 1415 AD before he was swallowed by flames. Huss, whose name means “goose,” was a forerunner to the Reformation. […]

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Annual Fall Retreat Recap

By Annalise Hutley The annual Fall semester kick-off did not disappoint this year as a semester highlight for both students and staff. Hundreds of students packed their bags and boarded busses heading for Washington Family Ranch in  Antelope, Oregon. Young Life resort, a modern day oasis in the heart of central Oregon, is home to […]

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25% Coupon Code for PBC Curriculum

Portland Bible College has launched an all new Curriculum Store! To celebrate, we are offering 25% off any one course of your choice! Many of PBC student’s favorite courses are available for independent study – including Basic Doctrine, Covenants, Counseling Techniques, Pauline Epistles and Romans. Listen to all the updated lectures from your favorite teachers. […]

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Your Bible is True and Reliable

Recently, in our sermon series at City Bible Church, we discussed the trustworthiness of the Bible. Here are some links discussing a few of the illustrations and concepts mentioned in the sermon. We talked about a few of the seeming contradictions or conflicts within Scripture. Our premise was that the Bible has no real contradictions within […]

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Is The Bible Worth Studying?

When it comes to studying the Bible, the first questions to ask are, “Is the Bible worth studying?” and “Is this the right Bible?” These questions form the heart of Bibliology — the study of the Bible. The information on which one bases life is an important decision that should be approached with scrutiny. If […]

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28 Day Bible Reading Plan

Check out these wonderful verses that teach us how to fall in love with the Word of God! DAY 1: THE WORD CLEANSESPSALM 119:9 DAY 2: THE WORD DELIVERSPsalm 119:11, 170 DAY 3: THE WORD SHOULD BE OBEYEDPsalm 119:17, 158 DAY 4: THE WORD SHOULD NOT BE NEGLECTEDPsalm 119:16 DAY 5: THE WORD REVIVESPsalm 119:25, […]

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