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), and the whole process usually comes with certain expectations (dude, don't seem so eager for that third date), but in Portland you've got to throw out the old dating rules.
That's right, in PDX we like to keep things like our food -- Multiple colleges mean a constant influx of young students and a similarly constant stream of relatively young transplants looking for the proverbial early/hipster retirement (or even "gasp" a job at Nike, Intel, etc.) means it’s really easy to find someone that’s willing to give your ugly mug a chance.
Patricia Aanderud-Clifford is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who currently has a private practice in Tigard.
The activities are endless, as are the moments you’ll have in God’s presence and time you’ll share with new friends.
It’s well known that everyone in Portland either freelances or works in the service industry (or both!
) so that coveted seven o’clock dinner date probably isn’t in the cards, and morning coffee is kinda played out. Oh, and we're definitely judging you by what you order. Soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, definitely meat-free, and "have been known to break out into hives if the onions were picked on a weekend." Luckily most restaurants are used to this sort of behavior. Everyone has a garden, brews their own beer, and makes moldy sauerkraut because that’s definitely how it was done by their host family that semester abroad in Germany.
ROD AND HUYEN RIDER are excited about the growth in the Singles Ministry at Portland Christian Center.
Pastor Rod and Huyen's ability to create a warm and growing environment allows singles in their 30s and 40s to connect with each other and connect with God.