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Spokane Faith & Values has become a go-to source for religion news and reflection in this area. The credit belongs to our writers. I'm proud to say that we have more than 40 writers contributing to our site.

I’m thankful for wonderful writers and loyal readers

I'm thankful for the Spokane Faith & Values project.

I'm thankful Religion News LLC and the grant money it received to make this website possible. I'm thankful for our parent site, the Religion News Service, and for our four sister sites — Wilmington Faith & Values, Columbia Faith & Values, Toledo Faith & Values and Hartford Faith & Values.

Spokane Faith & Values has become a go-to source for religion news and reflection in this area. The credit belongs to our writers. I'm proud to say that we have more than 40 writers contributing to our site. They volunteer their time and make the site the treasure that it is. I'm amazed everyday by how much thought they put into their articles and I'm humbled by how much they truly value this website and the relationship they continue to build with readers. To date, we have writers from the following traditions: Buddhist, new thought, Mainline Christian, Evangelical Christian, Catholic, Pagan, atheist, agnostic, Unitarian, Mormon, Muslim, pluralist, Jewish and unaffiliated.

I'm also incredibly grateful for our loyal readers. I see many of you coming back to the site time and time again, sometimes multiple times a day. Many of you comment on articles and are joining in the discussions on our site. Thank you. We've had almost 15,000 pageviews in the past 30 days. Also in the past month we've had more than 5,000 brand new readers come to our site. So I offer 5,000 thank yous to our new readers, and even more thank yous to those of you have been with us for longer.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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