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The local Spokane newspaper, the Spokesman Review, has run a number of articles about Christ Kitchen and its founder over the past 17 years.


[1] Ronna Snyder, “Cooking up Compassion: Spokane’s Impoverished Women Find Hope and a Paycheck in Christ Kitchen,” Today’s Christian Woman, November/December 2004. 52. Now available through (accessed January, 2015)

[2] Jan Martinez, “Christ Kitchen: Offering Hope and Work to Women Trapped in Poverty,” Just Between Us, Spring 2001. (accessed January, 2015)

[3] Jan Martinez, “What’s My Story,” Just Between Us, Spring 2001. (accessed January, 2015)

[4] Jan Martinez, “Finding New Strength,” Spokesman Review, Sunday, November, 2002, Prospective Page B9

[5] Jamie Neely, “A recipe for hope,” Spokesman Review, December 25, 2005, Features, Page 10, final addition. (accessed January, 2015)

[6] Jamie Tobias Neely, “The home for miracles,” Spokesman Review, November, 2006, (accessed September, 2011)

[7] Editorial, “The Uncommoners. Our View: Recognizing Exemplary Citizenship” Spokesman Review, January 1, 2007 (accessed September, 2011)

[8] Cindy Hval, “Christ Kitchen celebrates 10 years,” Spokesman Review, October, 2008 (accessed September, 2011)

[9] Dan Pella, “Christ Kitchen: A Video Journal,” Spokesman Review, October, 2008, (accessed January, 2015)

[10] Cindy Hval, “Christ Kitchen serves up hope,” Spokesman Review, November, 2009, (accessed January, 2015)

[11] Rebecca Nappi, “Serving Justice: Christ Kitchen founder says meals create community,” Wise Words in Troubled Times Series. Spokesman Review, November 5, 2011, Features, Page E1. (accessed January, 2015)

[12] Rebecca Nappi, “Samaritan’s Journey: Christ Kitchen founder’s book explores true stories of women’s struggles, fellowship,” Spokesman Review, September 21, 2013, Features, Page E1. (accessed January, 2015)