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Manito Pres rallies around Palouse Trails community to address food insecurity during COVID-19

May 17, 2021 | Comments Off on Manito Pres rallies around Palouse Trails community to address food insecurity during COVID-19

A simple act of love – something akin to the generous young child who gave up his loaves and fish for the crowd – brought Manito Presbyterian Church to the residents of Palouse Trails to help combat food insecurity during the pandemic. Food insecurity has long plagued residents throughout Spokane – an estimated 20 percent of…

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‘God’s answer to my empty nest’

April 15, 2021

Merilee Moser reflects on 28 years of volunteering with World Relief Spokane It was a handful of well-timed coincidences that…

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Spokane man crafts 300 cutting boards for refugee families

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Ron Johnson delivered a new batch of his custom-made maple & walnut cutting boards in July. Each of his one-of-a-kind…

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July 20, 2020

Last week, we sat down with Denisse Lopez-Arce, a local CNA, medical interpreter and COVID-19 front-line hero working at Sacred…

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Still Good: Reflections on Good Friday in a Pandemic

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Two years ago I was visiting a refugee camp on Good Friday.  It was my fourth and final day hiking…

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‘God is a God of Mercy’

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How Justin Kalumuna survived a military attack, brought his family to safety and rebuilt his life in the U.S. Part…

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Computer scientist starts new life in Spokane

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As a self-described “tech guy,” it’s no secret that Idris loves computers. With his passion for technology and bachelor’s in…

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