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Faith leaders, politicians invoke God’s protection for Trump in wake of shooting

Faith leaders and politicians react to an apparent assassination attempt on Donald Trump at a rally. Prayers for safety, calls for peace, and claims of divine protection emerge amid concerns over political violence.

UMC Western Jurisdiction Elects Rev. Sandra K. Olewine as Second New Bishop

Rev. Sandra K. Olewine elected as new bishop in UMC's Western Jurisdiction. Learn about her landslide victory, vision for inclusivity, and the church's recent policy changes.

United Methodist Church Elects Third Openly Gay Bishop in Western Jurisdiction

Rev. Kristin Stoneking elected as third openly gay bishop in United Methodist Church's Western Jurisdiction. Learn about this historic vote and its implications.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: July 12

Latest Northwest news: Idaho sheriff's post sparks controversy, climate change lecture at Gonzaga, Seattle Archdiocese lawsuit, Pullman YMCA closure, and Spokane candidate forum. Stay informed on regional events.

Spokane City Council Passes Gun Violence Prevention Ordinance

Spokane City Council passes new gun violence prevention ordinance, regulating firearm discharge, possession, and disposal. Learn about key provisions and council members' perspectives on this local safety measure.

Spokane’s Opioid Emergency: Religious Organizations Adapt to Aid Addiction Crisis

Spokane's opioid crisis prompts faith-based organizations to adapt their approach. Learn how Adult and Teen Challenge PNW and local churches are responding to Mayor Brown's state of emergency with Christ-centered programs and community outreach initiatives.

The Washington insiders helping Sean Feucht spread Christian nationalism in Congress

'It is time in America that we take back territory,' Sean Feucht said in a video promoting his efforts to build a base on Capitol Hill.

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