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  • Bridging the faith-science gap: Author Rob Bell comes to Knitting Factory

    Rob Bell – once a poster child for evangelicals – will be passing through Spokane tonight to discuss faith and science, which he says are long-lost dance partners. Bell is …


  • Bridging the faith-science gap: Author Rob Bell comes to Knitting Factory

    Rob Bell – once a poster child for evangelicals – will be passing through Spokane tonight to discuss faith and science, which he says are long-lost dance partners. Bell is …


  • SPU community falls back on faith in face of tragedy

    SEATTLE – In the hours after a gunman killed one Seattle Pacific University student and wounded two others on June 5, what struck many was the way the students responded. …


  • Cynthia M. Allen: Faith, education dovetail after all

    In my early 20s, I suffered from an affliction I suspect is common among people that age: I felt great uncertainty about the world, what I believed and how I …


  • Steve Massey: Faith should influence public, private lives

    When faith fails to inform our public life, is it really true faith? I’m asking in the context of a political season in which candidates often are asked about their …


  • Marriage forbidden, couple started over

    Sometimes falling in love has painful consequences. For Jim and Andy CastroLang it meant giving up another lifelong love. The couple met in August 1981 at Blessed John XXIII University …


  • ‘Inclusion ministries’ has become her calling

    Lynn Swedberg has applied her 32 years of experience as an occupational therapist to make her Spokane church, Manito United Methodist Church, more inclusive. Now she’s moving beyond that by …


  • Yoga guides spiritual path for Swami Radhananda

    Through her own life struggles, Mary-Ann McDougall’s interest in yoga as a physical exercise led to her learning of the spiritual side of the practice and into following a path …


  • Christians are called to share love of God by words, deeds

    Remember show and tell? Nervous and excited, you didn’t just tell your grade-school classmates about the family’s black Lab or a chocolate cake you’d made; you gave tangible evidence of …


  • Called home to lead

    After spending most of his adult life living in an isolated jungle village considered one of the most rugged places in the world, Neil Anderson has come home. His new …


  • Philosophy departments bringing religion into focus

    People who do not believe in God have a common line of thinking: Since God is not subject to scientific proof, God is not real. Belief in God is an …


  • Muslim mosque invites dialogue

    The Spokane Islamic Center’s new mosque provides more space for its faith community, and to welcome people to learn about Islam as a faith that promotes peace, love and caring. …


  • Novena focuses on power of prayer

    For the last 81 years, people of faith from throughout Eastern Washington and beyond have gathered at St. Aloysius Catholic Church for nine consecutive days of reflection and prayer. The …


  • You are what you eat … and then some

    Each time you put food into your mouth, take a second to pause and put your fork down. Think before you eat, advised Brother David Andrews, a longtime advocate for …


  • Trip inspiring

    When missionaries visited the childhood churches of three area women, the visitors instilled in them a commitment to their church and their faith, nourishing a global awareness of bonds with …

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