Fair trade store celebrates 10 years of impacting lives globally
Board member gives Faith Action Network presence in Eastern Washington
Monthly calendar spreads awareness of activities of diverse cultures
Nonviolent Communication skills help people connect with empathy
Women's potlucks raise funds for different projects abroad each month
Partners International connects with local leaders to serve people
Institute focuses on deeper understandings of roots, complexity of hate
Editorial: Faith community always ready for immediate/long-term roles in disasters
Editorial: Holy Names Sisters celebrate their 175 years of working for justice
Taxes, tariffs, transportation affect food donations, delivery
Disciples Regions merging means congregations explore new options
UN Sustainable Development Goals are the world's 'to do' list
Bi-cultural identity at core of Ingrid Sub Cuc's work in Spokane
Mujeres in Action workshop on violence geared for Latinx
Victory Faith Fellowship involves members in prison ministries
Faith community members speak out at Spokane Valley rally
Spokane Valley Partners is developing a five-year strategy to serve
Preparing annual Resource Directory involves many people
St. David's Art exhibit addresses children at the border
Excelsior reaches from North Spokane facility to people throughout city
Karen Kearney helps Excelsior program buildties to the community
N-Sid-Sen combines campers from two camps, opening one site for mission
MiVoden offers traditional and ultimate camps
In the midst of a ‘total blast,’ Spalding campers consider invitation to follow Jesus
Camp Gifford is an opportunity to be outside, away from electronics in positive setting
Transition in leadership is time to consider new ways of doing camp at Camp Cross
Campers are hands, feet and labor making a difference in mission camps at Twinlow
Holden brings teaching faculty from around the world for programs
Long-time peacemaker Rusty Nelson advocates for Spokane to be nuclear-free zone
Ten children from China will interact with campers for two weeks at Lutherhaven
Disciples youth camps build relationships at two sites in region
Speaking for Poor People’s Campaign, Devon Wilson says ‘racism is about power, the power of violence’
For 22 years, Marilyn Stedman brought light to The Fig Tree family
Bishop speaks on power of love - Fig Tree stories are love stories, stories of people living in love
Refugee from Sudan now serves in solidarity with other refugees
Organ Guild introduces musically-minded students to playing organ
Open Doors 24/7 emergency shelter for families fills a growing need
Refugee Connections offers Classes, tours, workshops and events to help integrate refugees into community
Coeur d’Alene realtor Diane DuBos finds ways to invite people to learn about domestic violence
Retired professor Gordon Jackson writes, teaches, volunteers, travels and observes
Volunteers keep Sunday Lunch program going at St. Ann’s Parish
Candlelighting ceremony of Yom HaShoah reminds participants of ongoing concern about genocides
Sierra Club/CELP event honors ethical journalism
EEditorial: Earth Day commitment, actions needed every day now more than ever
In Neighborhood Network programs, children and youth improve grades and build leadership skills.
Despite being hungry, hiding from bombs, Cora der Koorkanian said love motivated her survival, caring.
About 5,000 students, teachers and community members gathered for March for Our Lives March 24 in Spokane.
Gonzaga professor Brian Henning works with students, faculty and community to call for curricula focus, divestment and sustainability
Ken Fay of now Liberty Lake says omfort dogs draw out grief to bring healing after shootings, trauma.
Spokane author Claire Rudolf Murphy introduces new generation to 1960s leaders’ call for justice
North Idaho woman, Teri McKenzie, plants seeds for a food revolution in the region
Christian father and Jewish mother introduce their children to both faiths in Spokane
Editorial: The Fig Tree is about sharing, reflecting, engaging and connecting
High school teacher introduces students to cultures, Holocaust survivors
Faith leaders encourage listening to help overcome divisions, hate.
Muslim community leaders lend insights to mobilize people to act
Regional church leader’s closing prayer is a call to courage and action
CEO for Lutheran Community Services reflects on career journe
Peer specialists walk with people as they step from homelessness into stability
Grants help learning communities address six ways to transform churches
DADS Committee helps support fathers in their desire to be better parents
Educators discuss exclusion discipline and collaborate with schools
Florida students speak out and step into an ongoing journey for action.
Health and Justice Initiative advocates for patients by challenging systems and policies
Megan Snow says more than 97 percent of Red Cross disaster response is volunteers
Happy Watkins' mark on Spokane is much more than Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream
James Watkins, New Hope’s new pastor, was mentored by his father and predecessor
Martin Luther King commemoration service expresses unity and support
More than 3,000 rally and march for MLK Day 2018 in Spokane
Access 4 All seeks to make Spokane more accessible and welcoming
Sounding Board: Where do we go from here: Chaos or Community? question relevant today
Editorial: Focusing on division silences voices, while marches give people voices
Holy Names Sister Kay Heberling developed treasured relationships with piano students over the years.
Firefighter Kurtis Robinson applies his firefighting skills to working for justice and equality through the NAACP Spokane.
Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center expands programs with move into East Central Community Center
Robert Trimble helps faith communityorganize interfaith service for MLK Day in Yakima; and other locations celebrate.
Lew and Gloria Hinshaw have an impact on seniors by volunteering as long-term care ombudsmen in Idaho
Brenda Hammond focuses on helping North Idaho children and parents develop secure attachment and relationships
Nichole Bogarosh promotes responsible media consumption as communication professor at Whitworth
Ildikó Kalapács creates sculpture for local destination site to help people heal from war, abuse and trauma.
Five bishops and regional church leaders will discuss "Framing Faithful Discourse on the Common Good" at the 2018 EWLC.
Editorial: Poor People’s Campaign is a way to continue to reach out to those who fall