Corban University with Paid in Full Oregon is putting a fully accredited four-year college program for inmates in the Oregon State Correctional Institution starting in the fall of 2019. Paid in Full Oregon is led by Tom Kohl, a retired Washington County Judge, and Rich Jones, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Worship Center in Hillsboro. […]
Students submit poems to The Hilltop for April’s poetry contest.
Dr. Darrel Bock spoke about cultural engagement at the fourth annual Christian Thought Leader Conference.
Jessica Abbott shares her testimony of leaving the Mormon church, and how God uses her struggle with doubts, helplessness and hurt to make something beautiful.
Jennifer Hutson reflects on what it truly means for Christians to be the light of the world and the salt of the earth.
The Portland Timbers’ chaplain, Troy Ready, urges students to seek after “the bread that lasts.”
Native American activist, speaker and writer, Mark Charles, visits Corban’s campus to teach students and faculty members about racial bias in the United States.
Karla Lewis reflects on the events of her summer that would change her life for the better.
Merissa Holliday talks about what she calls ‘The Christian cop out’ and how telling someone “God has a plan for you,” can be unbeneficial to healing.
Katelyn Perkins gives a recap of the fire-side chat Q&A event about same-sex attraction.