The Shadow of Death

Through the virus outbreak the last couple weeks we have all become aware of something. This awareness is there any time we see numbered statistics about the pandemic. It is there in the background of every photo of health care workers or first responders in their protective gear. It is there as we wait in […]

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YOUTH PASTORS AND THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE

I.  Biblical Study:Most of those in Christian ministry know that the Bible is the primary source of material that will be used in preaching, teaching, counseling and personal development. Because they use it so much, the time they give to studying it is very important. Many youth pastors have had some form of formal Bible […]

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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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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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If True Morality Exists, God Must Exist

C. S. Lewis opens his famed book, Mere Christianity, by presenting a convincing case for the existence of God. I am going to summarize his argument here; but I recommend you purchase the book and read it for yourself—it’s an easy-to-read classic. Lewis begins with a description of people arguing over some misdeed that has […]

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