Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Sower and the Seed

One of the better known parables in Scripture is The Parable of the Sower. In it, Jesus talks about the different types of soil into which the seed -which is Word of God- can be planted. These soils represent our hearts: some hardened and unwilling to listen, some shallow and refusing to grow roots, some preoccupied with the […]

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Lily’s Story

I am grateful for Christ Kitchen because they’ve helped me find myself.  I am now more clearheaded and respect myself more.  The women here did not judge me.  They showed me that no matter how bad you messed up or what you did before, you can be respected. Before, I was not a “people person” […]

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Christ Kitchen News

May has been a most eventful month and one filled with excitement and productivity at the Kitchen. We had our “maiden voyage” with our new food truck and are now serving lunches in the Spokane area at a different location every day. We experienced our busiest week on record for caterings, the Christ Kitchen Cafe has […]

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Volunteer Profile: Ronda Prentiss

My name is Ronda Prentiss and I’ve been volunteering at Christ Clinic for the last 6 months assisting the fabulous front desk receptionists where ever needed. The majority of time I’m on the computer verifying patient’s insurance coverage and doing other administrative work. After attending last Fall’s fundraising event for Christ Kitchen, I knew that […]

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A warm embrace

18 months ago a lovely lady from a foreign nation came to Christ Clinic looking for help with her diabetes. She had recently moved to America and had no insurance. I greeted her as I normally do with all patients and leaned forward to hug her… but she refused my hug. Months passed and we […]

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