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Long Awaited Revival
Winning at Conflict Mediation
What God Does With Grumpy, Old Men
North Pacific Union Conference general counsel and director of public affairs and religious liberty
By André Wang
Landmark Supreme Court Decision for Religious Liberty
The U.S. Supreme Court's unanimous decision in Groff v. Dejoy establishes stronger legal protection for religious freedom and Sabbath accommodation in the workplace.
Six Rules for Hosting a Super Bowl Party
If your church or school is hosting an event, keep these six rules in mind to make sure your organization stays compliant with copyright law.
General Counsel Report 2016–2020
The NPUC Office of General Counsel provides guidance and support to the NPUC as well as the six conferences in the territory for compliance with federal, state and local laws and denominational policies.
Public Affairs & Religious Liberty Report 2016–2020
The public affairs and religious liberty department champions the constitutional guarantee of religious freedom for all people of faith in its government relations and workplace mediation services.
4 Things to Know About Vaccine Religious Exemptions
With the surge of infections from the coronavirus delta variant, public and private employers are beginning to enact vaccine mandates. Here are four points to keep in mind if you try to seek a religious exemption from your employer.
Bridging the Divide
On any ordinary, nonpandemic day, the office of the Northwest Religious Liberty Association in the North Pacific Union Conference, in tandem with directors of the public affairs and religious liberty departments across the North American Division,...
The Skinny on Church COVID-19 Risk and Responsibility
As more churches throughout the North Pacific Union territory reopen their facilities for worship services, church leaders and local church boards are carefully assessing risk and liability. Each conference in the North Pacific Union Conference h...
Churches Advised to Stay the Course
Supreme Court ruling Thanksgiving Eve is not a green light to reopen NPUC churches yet.
Be Sure Your Virtual Meetings Are Compliant!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, all church entities — local conferences, schools and churches — must continue to hold board meetings to make essential decisions. These virtual meetings take place by teleconference or on various online platforms like...