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Acknowledging Grief

Because our culture denies grief — and because it denies the things which precipitate grief, most especially death — there is something profoundly freeing about escaping the denial, at least for an hour or two.

April Coffee Talk: Faith and Film

Join SpokaneFāVS today for a Coffee Talk discussion on Faith and Film.

Bethany’s Paul Rodkey retires; joins the Peace Corps

After nearly 30 years as pastor, Rodkey, with his wife, Kerri, has decided to join the Peace Corps, tentatively placed in Botswana.

Hannah Arendt in Spokane

The Trump-entourage will claim that they have a majority of followers who have grown tired of the elitist polemic and of political correctness

Spokane Interfaith Council’s next Meet The Neighbors slated for St. John’s Cathedral

The Spokane Interfaith Council's Meet The Neighbors series will continue on March 31 with a visit to The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, 127 E 12th Ave.

Embrace Charter for Compassion in Spokane

Offering it to all persons in Spokane, in revised practices of all organizations in Spokane, is what the Charter for Compassion asks of us.

Spokane to be designated a “Compassionate City”

The Spokane City Council announced this week that it has has introduced a resolution calling for Spokane to be included in the International Charter for Compassionate Communities.

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