March 18, 7pm PDT - Friday Forum with Eric Bauer

Our March Forum will be Live
at Southwest Hills Baptist Church & on Zoom.

Neil Shenvi

“Thinking Biblically About Homelessness”

Live Location: Southwest Hills Baptist Church, 9100 SW 135th Ave. Beaverton, OR 97008

Remote Location: Use the form on the right of this page on the evening of the event.

Come join Eric Bauer, Executive Director of the Portland Rescue Mission, and the Ambassadors Forum for another interactive night of in-person training so you can better understand and defend your faith! We will discuss what the Bible has to say about homelessness and how that differs from the approach the world is taking. Come learn why this issue will never be resolved by failing to recognize and address the root cause, and learn what you can do to truly love and help those in our community impacted by homelessness.

Eric Bauer has served as Executive Director of Portland Rescue Mission since 2006. During this time, he has led the complete reorganization and growth of this $11M/year ministry which provides a wide range of services to thousands of men, women, and children suffering from hunger, homelessness, and addictions.

Prior to Portland Rescue Mission, Eric oversaw the revitalization of a rescue mission in Walla Walla, Washington where he served 10 years as Executive Director. While there, he also served five years on the Governor’s Advisory Council on Homelessness for the State of Washington.

In the first 15 years of his career, Eric worked as an engineer engaged in proprietary technology development, which included taking new products to the marketplace. He also provided business development consulting to technology-based companies in various locations on the West Coast.

Eric holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and an MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. Born in Eugene, Eric is a native Oregonian. He and his wife, Ruth, share a passion for cultivating highly relational, Christ-centered cultures in nonprofits that provide transformational services for people struggling on the margins of society. They have two adult sons and enjoy spending time outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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