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 »
The 200 or so African-American pastors gathered here for the Conference of National Black Churches feel strongly about the topic of gay marriage, some for, many against. But there's one thing nearly all of them agree on.Read More »
“Speed the Collapse,” the latest pre-release from Metric, drums a dire apocalyptic warning to an electro-pop beat. Images such as “distant lightning, thunderclaps,” and “oceans boiled and rivers bled” are combined with a full dramatic musical effect.Read More »