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Sunday, December 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Faith and Values: Hospice volunteering leads to a series of discoveries, recoveries

The tendency for patients to become your friends makes hospice visits both easier and more difficult: easier in the sense of occupying space and engaging in meaningful conversation with people …


Faith and Values: ‘Running the homeless out of the city is running Jesus out of the city’

When someone lands on the street we have a moral obligation to care for them in whatever way we can. Maybe for some of us that’s through prayer or volunteering …


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 …


Breaking bread

Spokane Faith and Values is celebrating its first anniversary with a progressive dinner and fundraiser Sunday. Faith Feast will be hosted by three Spokane Valley congregations – the Spokane Islamic …