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2023 Fall/Winter Conferences


Women's Conference 4

September 15-17
Dr. Lori Salierno-Maldonadoo

Dr. Lori Salierno-Maldonado is recognized as a true visionary and one of our best communicators today. She has dedicated her life to teaching truth. The organization she founded in 1996 leads at-risk kids into a life of purpose and potential. As a speaker, she has captivated audiences from women at conferences to business leaders around our nation and world. Lori's ability from stage to take hard-to-understand concepts and help and audience find answers and life applications is seldom found in a speaker.

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Men's Conference

September 22-24
JP Jones

JP Jones is the Founding Senior Pastor of Crossline Church, a congregation of over 2,500. A published author and popular speaker, JP’s radio program, Truth that Changes Lives, is listened to in over 160 countries. JP is on the Adjunct Faculty of Biola University teaching Theology and Biblical Studies. With a heart for evangelism and missions, JP makes several trips a year to both Haiti and Israel to preach the gospel and train pastors.


JP is the author of several books including: Transformed, Livin’ Large, Getting to Know the Real Jesus and Facing Goliath. His radio ministry, Truth that Changes Lives, is heard in all 50 states and 162 countries of the world. JP is married to his wife Donna and they have 3 children and three grandchildren.


Women's Conference 5

October 6-8
Dr. RoseAnne Coleman

RoseAnne tells Bible stories that made me believe I was there,” one audience member e-mailed. “I will never read the Bible in the same way again!” As a former public school teacher and over thirty years speaking to crowds as large as 5,000 and as small as fifteen ladies, RoseAnne Coleman has always had the same motivation when speaking: to touch her listeners’ hearts. Doctor Coleman does this by colorfully, effectively and humorously weaving together a story’s narrative threads with spiritual truths from the Bible and individuals, especially her spiritual mentor, Miss Helen Wright. 



Women's Conference 6

October 20-22
Georgene Rice

Georgene has been a talk show host with KPDQ for more than 30 years and has traveled internationally as a station correspondent. In 2003 Georgene served as the chief spokesman and debater for the Defense of Marriage Coalition, which successfully amended Oregon’s constitution. She has lectured on university campuses and is a frequent speaker and worship leader at Christian conferences and retreats.


Georgene has served on several Boards and regularly volunteers for charitable organizations. A musician Georgene and husband Dan have traveled around the world teaching and performing Gospel music.


Retirees' Conf.

November 3-5
Dr. Ray Pritchard

Dr. Ray Pritchard serves as president of Keep Believing Ministries. He ministers extensively across the IS and in South Korea, Ukraine, Uganda, Kenya, China, and the Philippines. He has written 31 books, including Stealth Attack, The Healing Power of Forgiveness, and An Anchor or the Soul. He is a co-host of Today’s Issues on American Family Radio.


He has been married to Marlene for 48 years. They have three sons (all married) and eleven grandchildren. Dr. Pritchard’s hobbies include biking, surfing the internet, and anything related to the Civil War. He recently hit the 50,000 mile mark on his bicycle riding.



Thanksgiving Conf.

This conference has been cancelled.

If you have registered for this conference, someone from our registration team will be contacting you. You are also welcome to contact us at (503)-436-1501 or at with any questions.


Christmas Conf. 2023

December 8-10
Dennis Keating

Dennis Keating is passionate about communicating God’s Word. Dennis earned a Master of Divinity from Talbot Seminary and was the senior pastor of Emmanuel Faith Community Church in Escondido, California for more than two decades. He has taught “Church Leadership and Management” at Talbot School of Theology, led pastors conferences in China, and taught at Christ for the City Missionary conferences in Costa Rica. Dennis and his wife, Marsha, have three grown children.

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