I am asked to pray for the Spokane Valley City Council once or twice a year.Read More »
It depends on the government, but assuming we're talking about the U.S. government, then the answer is unequivocally no.Read More »
The shooting at the movie theater in Aurora early July 20 was a terrible tragedy, one that claimed numerous lives and injured many more. In the aftermath, the search is on for the reason.Read More »
SpokaneFAVS is pleased to welcome Neal Schindler to its team of writers.
Schindler is a member of Spokane's Reform Jewish congregation, Emanu-El and is an accomplished writer.Read More »
“There are those of us who will not give up until the death penalty has ended, until this country is about saving lives and not killing people and throwing them away for making mistakes,” said Jason Baldwin to more than 100 people sitting on the rooftop of the Saranac Building on Saturday.
Baldwin, one of the West Memphis Three, was released from prison 11 months ago after being incarcerated 18 years for a crime he didn’t commit.
President Obama and his likely GOP challenger Mitt Romney called for prayers and reflection after a deadly shooting at a Colorado movie theater, while liberal religious leaders called for stricter gun control laws.Read More »