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‘Snapping out’ of a cult and sharing her healing with others

Since finding her way out, a cult survivor has a fierce drive to share her story and help other cult survivors share theirs.

FāVS Is Reading Hosts Public Event June 30

The first ever FāVS Is Reading book club event will be on Wednesday, June 30, from 6-7:30 p.m., at the FāVS Center (5115 S. Freya) with special guests Bishop Gretchen Rehberg and Ven. Thubten Semkye.

Jesse Jackson, William Barber arrested protesting filibuster and Manchin

‘Manchin, don’t you let sin block the salvation of this democracy and its soul,’ Barber said.

10 years in the making, Juneteenth in Spokane has just begun

In Spokane, Liberty Park has traditionally been the meeting site of Juneteenth for a decade.

Supreme Court rules in favor of Catholic foster-care agency, handing another win to religious rights

The justices once again showed they were receptive to claims by religious groups, in this case, Catholic Social Services, which refuses to work with same-sex couples.

Become a FāVS Member During This Summer 2021 Membership Drive

SpokaneFāVS launched their Summer 2021 Membership Drive and is excited to be giving away great gifts during our campaign to our new members as a way of saying thank you!

Spokane community to celebrate AAPI culture, history with Heritage Day

Organizers planned the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Day to counter rise in anti-Asian hate crimes

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