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    A partnership between the city of Portland, Oregon and evangelical churches has led to thousands of volunteers completing hundreds of community service projects focused on schools, hunger, homelessness, health, poverty, and the environment. More

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    “Abortion is a health service, ” says Rev. Debra Haffner, director of the Religious Institute. “Abortion is a morally objectionable activity,” says Charmaine Yoest, president of Americans United for Life. More

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    Watch more of Kim Lawton’s interviews with Charmaine Yoest, president of Americans United for Life, and Rev. Debra Haffner, executive director of the Religious Institute.

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    Watch Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, founding director of the Two Futures Project, discuss nuclear disarmament from a Christian perspective.

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    In his response to receiving the peace prize, the president said “we must pursue a new beginning among people of different faiths and races and religions, one based upon mutual interest and mutual respect.” More

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    “I want to just go peacefully. The only medications I want are going to be the ones that would comfort me. That’s all I want,” says Jill Steuer, a nurse with advanced-stage breast cancer who has decided to stop any kind of treatment and receive hospice care. More

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    Set in 1967, the story centers on a Jewish physics professor in the Midwest, Larry Gopnick, who looks to his faith to make sense of his personal and professional calamities. More

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    Watch religion columnist Cathleen Falsani, author of “The Dude Abides: The Gospel According to the Coen Brothers,” discuss theological and moral themes in previous films by Joel and Ethan Coen, including “The Big Lebowski,” which has inspired its own religion. More

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