July 3, 2020
In this episode of FāVS Forward, John VanderWalker, Community of Christ Inland West Mission Center president, talks about the history of his faith and the future of it, which right now includes virtual church, camps and reunions.
On this Fourth of July weekend, he also talked about the importance of listening to others stories, as a way to heal divisions across the nation.
June 27, 2020
In this episode of FāVS Forward, we speak to the director of a social service agency. Neal Schindler, director of Spokane Area Jewish Family Services talks about how this small agency is serving its community and preparing for a hopeful Spokane Jewish Film Fest in a few months.
June 12, 2020
Rev. Roger Hudson of Covenant United Methodist Church says it's time to re-think things in the Christian church, because sometimes, we get stuck in a rut. His congregation is connecting virtually, in the time of COVID-19, but is finding ways to practice creation care even now.
June 6, 2020
In this episode of FāVS Forward Rev. Chris Snow of North Hill Christian Church talks about church life during COVID-19, noting that his congregation recognizes their responsibility to consider the health of others.
May 30, 2020
Rev. Melissa Opel of The Spokane Buddhist Temple talks about how congregations from Buddhist Churches of America are coming together during COVID-19 to provide worship and educational resources to those who can't attend church or temple because of stay at home restrictions.
May 22, 2020
With technology, since the pandemic Rabbi Tamar Malino of Temple Beth Shalom and Congregation Emanu-El congregations in Spokane has presided over Bar and Bat Mitvahs as well as funerals. In this episode of FāVS Forward she talks about how her congregations are coming together in this time.
May 15, 2020
Joe Wittwer has been pastor of Life Center for 42 years and is passing the baton to his son, Mike. In this episode he talks about what his time in ministry had taught him, and how it's prepared him for the pandemic.
May 8, 2020
Pastor Miles Rohde of Redemption Spokane talks about how his church is responding biblically to the Coronavirus, and how they're adapting to technology during the pandemic.
May 1, 2020
Rev. Deb Conklin is a United Methodist pastor in Spokane. During COVID-19, she's found a a variety of ways to reach her community, including blogging and vlogging.