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Over Three Decades of Diligence and Blessings from God

2016
Our 13th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2014
Our 12th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2010
Our 11th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2008
Our 10th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2007
Our 9th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2006
Our 8th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2004
Our 7th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2002
Our 6th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
2000
Our 5th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
1999
Our 4th Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
1998
Our 3rd Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
1997
Our 2nd Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
1996
Our 1st Biblical Ballot Measures Voters Guide.
 
1994
We successfully targeted a dozen races, and helped elect pro-family candidates to State office. In spite of all predictions to the contrary, we again increased the conservative hold on the Oregon House and for the first time in decades, helped the Republican party gain control of the Senate.
 
1993
We were asked by a group of legislators to help them introduce and lobby for the passage of an abstinence education bill, which passed, in spite of strong opposition from liberals all the way from the ACLU to the lesbians. We also did preliminary work setting the stage for planned legislative efforts in 1995 to make sure Oregon's version of OBE won't negatively impact home or private schools.
 
1992
We successfully were at work again helping elect pro-family candidates to State office. We strengthened the conservative hold on the Oregon House and for the first time in decades, moved the Senate within striking distance of pro-freedom forces as well.
 
1991
Working through the Legislature that we had helped to elect in 1984, 1986, 1988, and 1990, we turned up the heat on Governor Roberts, got her to see the light, and she pressured the Board to see things our way. After the smoke had cleared, we not only had fought off the State Board's attacks, we actually pressured the Board into giving us even more freedom!! Praise be to God!
 
1990
The Oregon State Board of Education moved to try to severely restrict educational freedom. In response, we led a successful attempt to raise a public outcry and then elected pro-home school candidates who would help us fight the Board in the Legislature. We also proved a major factor in the successful effort to gain Republican control of the House for the first time in years.
 
1989
We successfully and easily defeated an attempt on the part of the OSBA (Oregon School Board Association) to force both private and home schoolers to teach ELS (Essential Learning Skills), which was the precursor to OBE (Outcome Based Education) in Oregon.
 
1988
We successfully helped to elect a number of pro-family candidates, significantly adding to the growing number of pro-family Oregon legislators.
 
1987
We successfully turned back an attempt on the part of COSA (Confederation of Oregon School Administrators) to repeal our 1985 Bill.
 
1986
We successfully endorsed and helped in the election of a number of pro-family and pro-home school legislators.
 
1985
We successfully introduced and lobbied for the passage of what became known as the 1985 Home School Freedom Bill. Overnight, Oregon's home school law moved from one of worst to one of the best in the country.
 
1984
We targeted and successfully defeated the head of the House Education Committee, known to be unfavorable to home school freedom.
 
1983
In response to an intolerable lack of Christian freedom to home school in Oregon, the Parents Education Association was started. It was a parents alternative to the NEA, the teachers union known as the National Education Association, which has wreaked such havoc in our nation.
 

 
   
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