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Thursday, July 20 - Meetings


7:00am - 8:00am


Worth Dying For – Part 2: The Word From the Ashes
Dick Duerksen

Mt. Hood Audtitorium – Holden Convention Center

Pastor Dick Duerksen’s early morning worships will bring four of the Reformation Martyrs to life. Each presentation will focus on the life and ministry of a martyr. You will learn about the person, their calling, family, beliefs, and the conflicts that resulted in their martyrdom. Additionally, you will be challenged to compare the martyr’s life with your own and consider your personal convictions and the costs of “living as Christ lived.”


9:00am - 10:00am


Oct 31, 1517 & the Birth of Protestantism
Greg Dodds

Mt. Hood Auditorium – Holden Convention Center

Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, 1517-2017, Part II. How did Luther’s questioning of indulgences in 1517 lead, ultimately, to the development of Protestant theology? This presentation will explore the history of the Protestant break from Rome and the key doctrines within the Protestant movement.


10:30am - 12:00noon


Long-term Care & Elder Law Issues in Oregon
Wes Fitzwater

Conference Office Chapel

As we reach middle age, retirement and then beyond, we discover new and critical concerns that come with aging. Wes Fitzwater, one of Oregon’s leading Elder Law attorneys will help identify these concerns and discuss ways to protect yourself and your family. For example, few individuals or couples have enough income to pay for the high cost of long-term care ($3,500-$9,500 per month). We will discuss long-term care planning, asset protection and Medicaid in Oregon, including planning for a single person, how to financially protect the Well Spouse, the Oregon Income Cap, transfer of asset penalties, spousal impoverishment laws (spend down), and strategies to protect the family home. We will also discuss the tools available to assist individuals and families when facing incapacity, including Power of Attorney, Revocable Living Trusts, and Guardianships and Conservatorships.

Welcoming Them Home
Mark Hubbell

Zull Hall

Prison ministry is much more than evangelism. Many incarcerated men and women are converted to Christ and begin a serious walk of discipleship in prison. Most of them are eventually released and return to the community. This workshop will focus on practical ways local churches can continue helping these men and women to reach their full potential in Christ. The Church has a crucial role to play!

The Truth About the Last Generation of 144,000
Ranko Stefanovic

Mt. Hood Auditorium – Holden Convention Center

Who are the 144,000? This presentation explores the description of the last generation of God’s people and their characteristics as portrayed in Revelation 7 and 14:1-5.


Recognizing Sex Offender Behaviors

Holly Williams

Cascade Room B/C – Holden Convention Center

You will learn how to recognize the behaviors of people who sexually abuse children and how they trick children and families. You will also learn how to talk to your children about body safety and how to respond if your child were to make a disclosure.


Evangelism Training for Churches (ETC)
Sharing Jesus with Thunder – Part 2

Charles Byrd

Laurelwood Room – Holden Convention Center

How to Host a Thunder Study — Imagine a video Bible study where, in the pilot series, 80 to 90% of those who started finished and 70 to 80% made a commitment to Christ and were still active in their local church a year later.  Well, you can stop imagining because that Bible study is here.  If you love Jesus and would love to share Him with others in a fun, simple, and effective way don’t miss the Thunder in the Holy Land experience each morning.


2:30pm - 4:00pm


Cross Cultural Mission 101
Jim Reynolds, Don Lorenson, Isaac Nziacharo
Zull Hall

Come share and discuss experiences and ideas to improve success in missions. This class is designed to help make your mission opportunities the most valuable and meaningful experiences of your life. Learn to make a lasting impact on people's lives by relating in a way that allows them to see Christ in you.


Active Shooter Awareness, Prevention & Survival
Derrick Foxworth, Sr.

Cascade Room – Holden Convention Center

Learn active shooter awareness, prevention and survival. Current trends, pre-attack behaviors, pathway to violence, the survival mindset, active shooter response, improving the safety of your space and additional resources.

Evangelism Training for Churches (ETC)
I Met the God Who Repented - Part 2

Charles Byrd

Laurelwood Room –
Holden Convention Center

Repentance — A Working Model — “I don’t believe in God anymore,” Charles told his new wife Karen.  “I’m done!”  Charles was on his way out of faith and fellowship when God showed up.  Join Charles each afternoon for this intimate and honest testimony of a journey that led Charles to discover a truth that is lost to many.  A truth that is real and transformative. 

Unlocking the Code for Brain Healing – Part 2
Wes Youngberg

Mt. Hood Auditorium – Holden Convention Center

Of the 318 million people currently living in the United States, 45 million will develop Alzheimer’s. A recent report shows that Alzheimer’s is now the third leading cause of death in the US. In order to get effective improvements in Alzheimer's Disease we must address its underlying causes and focus on a combination of functional and lifestyle medicine strategies. Studies published by the UCLA Center for Alzheimer's Research have shown that up to 88% of mild dementia and early Alzheimer’s may be reversed in six months after initiating a comprehensive lifestyle medicine focused program. We'll talk about the six subtypes of Alzheimer’s as well as insulin resistance of the brain.


7:00pm - 9:00pm


Sola Fide
Ty Gibson

Plaza Pavilion

Faith alone is the subjective, reciprocal response to God’s grace by which righteousness is made a living reality in our lives. Before our faith becomes active toward God, God’s faithfulness is active toward us. He believes in us before we believe in Him. He sees our potential in Christ and loves us into the dignified creatures of selfless love we were meant to be all along.