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Francesca Nevil

Francesca Nevil
Francesca Nevil is a sophomore student at Gonzaga University studying International Relations and Sociology with minors in Social Justice and Leadership. She is originally from Wenatchee and grew up in the valley engaging in all seasons of recreational activity with friends and family. She has a very strong faith life and holds her Christian identity at the center of who she believes and is. Meeting new people and engaging in different cultures brings her the most joy, hence she loves to travel. Nevil spent a year following high school graduation on a solo backpacking trip through Europe, then spent four months immersed in Costa Rican culture. Further, she thinks becoming culturally aware and religiously literate are of the utmost importance, so when she received a Wolff Fellow position partnering with SpokaneFāVS she said she was ecstatic.

New Understandings of the Lenten Season

Fasting is not a way to seem more spiritual than others, it is to be done in a spirit of humility and joy. Lent/ fasting should not be a duty, but rather a celebration of God’s goodness and mercy to his children.

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Distance to the Border

Over the winter break I spent a week at the border with a group of students from Gonzaga University. The purpose of this trip was to learn about the complex, convoluted and highly politicized topic of immigration from various different perspectives.

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2017 Spokane Area Christmas Services

Looking for a place to worship this Christmas? SpokaneFāVS has you covered. Below is a list of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and other special Christmas services happening throughout the Spokane area.

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Forgiveness in the Political Sphere…Not a joke

As a university student, and a strong person of faith I want to take a moment to remind us all, active citizens of this nation we call home, of the one seemingly most overlooked and underappreciated practice: Forgiveness. Specifically, forgiveness in politics. 

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