May our summer be filled with many opportunities for renewal that will leave us physically and philosophically stronger. Rabbi Michael Goldstein Spokane rabbi: Two holy days neglected by many American Jews http://spokanefavs.com/faith/doctrine-and-practice/spokane-rabbi-two-holy-days-neglected-by-many-american-jews Tracy SimmonsTracy Simmons is an award winning journalist specializing in religion reporting, digital entrepreneurship and social journalism. In …Read More »
“Oh! Rabbi, we don’t do these minor ones. I don’t even know really what they are.”Read More »
There's power in song. Singing has been exercised throughout human history to express joy and sadness, to remember cultural history and to adore a deity.Read More »
SpokaneFAVS has a second intern!
Alli Marshall just graduated from Whitworth University and is working with us to get some journalism experience under her belt before taking off for grad school.Read More »
It was raining, like only Portland can pour — long, cold and dreary. My roommate had moved out because I had recommitted my life to Christ and the changes were a drag to him.Read More »
Yes, many times. A prompting may come as I read Scripture, or it may come out of the blue in the form of a sense or nudge. Typically, I don't have to pour much thought into what God is calling me to do. Sometimes I'd rather pull a Jonah though …Read More »