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Jo Miller

Jo Miller grew up in Southern California, but came up to the Northwest to attend Whitworth University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and philosophy.

PART TWO: Solidarity With El Salvador

This webbed catalyst of violence, oppression and poverty drives Salvadorans to make the life-risking journey of more than 2,000 miles to the United States.

Solidarity with El Salvador

A trip to El Salvador taught me why the church and America cannot forget the suffering of Salvadorans

In her 80s Spokane’s ‘Iron Nun’ shows no signs of stopping

Every time Sister Madonna Buder recalls a personal story, she repeats the conversation she had with God in the moment.

Temple Beth Shalom’s Kosher Dinner returns for its 74th year

The temple’s 74th Annual Kosher Dinner that draws in about 1,800 attendees is set for Sunday, March 8 from 11 a.m -6 p.m.

20 years after devastating fire Spokane Buddhist Temple continues to grow

The photographs show the temple engulfed in flames and smoke, the roof completely burned away and rubble lying on the ground.

Hiding

My question to God is...

Life Center launches Coeur d’Alene church plant

Over the last 17 years, Life Center Foursquare Church has planted seven churches in Spokane and Spokane Valley.

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