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NOVEMBER GIVING CAMPAIGN- Meet Susie. Spiritual Coach. Cancer Survivor. Writer.

Weller first got involved with SpokaneFāVS in October 2021 at a book discussion hosted by FāVS. The meeting was on the book “An Everyday Cult,” which resonated with Weller and she felt grateful that FāVS would promote a thoughtful discussion. Later, FāVS posted an article Weller wrote about the signs of a healthy and unhealthy spirituality, and became a columnist in the Spring of 2022.

NOVEMBER GIVING CAMPAIGN – Meet Jimmy. Recovered. Family man. Christian.

Jimmy Young will not hesitate to share that he has not had an easy life. He’s loved his family deeply, and, yet, treated them the opposite of what he felt for them. “A big part of [my writing] is getting that out there and trying to be transparent and giving some lessons that I’ve seen,” Young said. “I’ve seen some pretty dark places through my drug addiction. I’ve caused a lot of pain, wreckage and turmoil in other people's lives — in mine as well, obviously.”

NOVEMBER GIVING CAMPAIGN – Meet Jennifer. Learner. Latter-day Saint. Columnist.

Jennifer Hicks is a new columnist for SpokaneFāVS who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

NOVEMBER GIVING CAMPAIGN — Meet Maimoona. Immigrant. Muslim. Columnist.

For Maimoona Harrington, a columnist for SpokaneFāVs.com, that name fits her approach to writing from her distinct Muslim perspective. Her columns touch on feminism, abortion, a Muslim woman’s decision to wear or not wear a hijab and so much more.

NOVEMBER GIVING CAMPAIGN — Meet Jody: Writer. Theologian. Board Member.

Jody Cramsie has always sought out how to contribute to society in interesting, challenging, stimulating and meaningful ways. She did it through work in the legal, development and nonprofit worlds. Now she does it as a columnist and board member for SpokaneFāVS.

NOVEMBER GIVING CAMPAIGN —Meet Steve: Columnist, Board Member, Donor.

It was because of his junior high arch enemy that Steven A. Smith found his way into journalism.

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