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Thursday, April 18, 2024


Pauline Flett’s legacy lives on through former students

Though she may be gone, Spokane tribal elder Pauline Flett’s legacy in preserving the Salish language, which is used by Indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast, lives on in those who she has inspired throughout her time as a teacher.

FāVS Win CARES Act Grant from Humanities Washington & the National Endowment for the Humanities

As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020, Spokane Faith and Values (FāVS), the parent non-profit of SpokaneFāVS.com and the FāVS Center, won a $2,500 grant to help keep it economically viable during the current pandemic crisis.

FāVS Forward Podcast: Pastor Joe Wittwer “When Life Gives You Lemons”

On this episode of FāVS Forward we interview Pastor Joe Witter of Life Center Church.

New Catholic high school to open in Spokane

In September Chesterton Academy of Notre Dame, a new classical, Catholic high school, will open its doors in Spokane. Established in July last year, the...

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Pandemic leads churches to celebrate motherhood creatively this Sunday Alejandra Molina undefined

To Cyrus-Franklin, being able to worship with his mother is an example of how COVID-19 "has created a whole different opportunity for us to collaborate and share in ministry together."

FāVS Forward Podcast: A Hope-filled People

On this episode of the FāVS Forward podcast, pastor Miles Rohde of Redemption Spokane talks about how his Downtown Spokane church is adapting to COVID-19 restrictions, what the biblical response to the pandemic looks like, and how he's engaging in a new way with his congregation.

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