56.2 F
Monday, April 22, 2024

Olivia Alley

Olivia Alley is a 22-year-old journalism major at Gonzaga University. She's originally from Richland, Wash. and transferred to GU from a community college. This is her first time pursuing work in the field of journalism and hopes to one day write for a magazine or edit books. Alley has a small Chihuahua mix named Dodger who takes up most of her free time, but she also enjoys cooking and reading.

Where We Worship: Life Center Spokane Aims to Help Introduce Others to Jesus

This year marks Life Center Foursquare Chruch's 10th year at their current location, 1202 N. Government Way. The church is part of the Foursquare Gospel, which is an evangelical denomination that traces its beginnings back to the early 1930’s.

Unity Spiritual Center of Spokane Welcomes New Co-Ministers

At the beginning of April, Unity Spiritual Center of Spokane chose a replacement minister pair to take the place of the Rev. David McClure who stepped down to focus on his health and healing.

Spokane Interfaith Council looking to become more active in community

Traditionally the Council has held panel discussions, but acting president Skyler Oberst wants the group to become more action oriented.

Anti-RFRA Rally Held in Riverfront Park

A local Spokane man organized a small rally in Riverfront late Saturday morning in order to protest the recent passing of Indiana and Arkansas’s Religious Freedom Restoration Acts.

Whitworth professor pens new book, “Christians, Free Expression, and the Common Good”

Christians in Western society should care more than they do about the issue of free speech. At least, that is what Whitworth University communications professor Gordon Jackson thinks, and argues as his main premise in his new book, “Christians, Free Expression, and the Common Good: Getting Beyond the Censorship Impulse.”

After attack, transgender woman remains hopeful about Spokane’s trans community

A recent attack on a local transgender woman has started many community conversations focused on improving the relationship between the LGBTQ community and Spokane residents.

Must read