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Report: Churches Rebounding After Pandemic, but Still Struggling in Some Areas

A comprehensive report on the state of the nation’s churches reveals both positive signs of recovery and persistent challenges in the wake of the pandemic.

NEWS BRIEF: Spokane’s Lunar New Year Celebration Returns This Weekend

After a successful 2022 Lunar New Year Celebration, Spokane United We Stand is proud to present The Year of the Rabbit with what they say is an even bigger and better Lunar New Year Celebration for the Spokane community.

SATURDAY: SpokaneFāVS Hosts First Coffee Talk of 2023 on the Topic ‘The Evil in this World’

SpokaneFāVS' first Coffee Talk of the new year will be Jan. 14, 10 a.m. to Noon, at the Spokane Public Library Central branch (906 W. Main Ave., downtown Spokane). The topic: There is evil in this world.

Brief: Lutheran Community Services NW Hosts Human Trafficking Event Awareness Month Training & Reception at Central Library this Wednesday

The Inland Northwest Human Trafficking Task Force and Lutheran Community Services (LCS) invites the community to participate in their first Human Trafficking Awareness Month Training and Reception gathering since COVID-19 on Jan. 11. Aside from the Human Trafficking training session, the program will take place in nxʷyxʷyetkʷ Hall on the third floor of the Central Library.

RNA Members Name Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade Decision Top Story of 2022

RNA members name Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade Decision top story of 2022. The Iranian women who lead in protests against their nation’s theocracy named newsmakers of the year.

Gonzaga Center for the Study of Hate Announces 2022 Lassman “Take Action Against Hate Awards”

Travis McAdam, a Montana-based activist whose efforts to combat white supremacy and other forms of hate have generated regional, national and global impact, and a Spokane-based organization, Muslims for Community Action and Support (MCAS), are this year’s winners of the Eva Lassman “Take Action Against Hate” Awards presented by the Gonzaga University Center for the Study of Hate.

Crosswalk Youth Shelter to move out of downtown Spokane

Volunteers of America (VOA) has announced the Crosswalk Youth Shelter will be breaking ground on a new building near Spokane Community College by the summer of 2023. Opened in 1985, VOA has outgrown the space for the necessary resources to help their young people accomplish their goals and due to predatory risk factors, youth are no longer safe in this area.

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