Artist/Vendor Queenie Featherstone writes about faith.
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Artist and vendor Rochelle Walker remembers her mother and shares special words for all mothers on Mother’s Day.
A poem about missing someone and hoping for a miracle.
Faith Peace shares a recipe for spiritual fulfillment with readers.
Patty Smith shares some work from her sketchbook in which she does self portraits of her interactions in the SSM community.
John Littlejohn shares stories of references to “feet” in the Bible.
Vendor Brianna Butler shares her thoughts on enjoying Spring.
Artist and vendor Wendell Williams continues travels continue and he recounts his experiences visiting New Orleans for readers.
Rita Sauls offers a poem that provides spiritual perspective.
Yesterday I wanted to change the world. Today I wouldn’t mind seeing it destroyed
Vennie Hill shares a Mother’s Day tribute.
Queenie Featherstone offers some brief but important words to remind everyone COVID-19 is still among us.
Ayub Abdul shares a poem reflecting on how every day should be Earth Day.
Rochelle Walker shares a poem speaking of spirituality and God.
Artist and vendor Kym Parker shares a poem reflecting on spirituality.
Warren Stevens shares his hopes for better days after COVID-19.
I read this on Facebook and it really struck a chord with me: “Why aunts are so important in their nieces’ and nephews’ lives. Who says that grandparents and parents are the only important figures in a child’s life? Aunts also play a very important role in the upbringing of their nieces and nephews.” I know I did.
Smith shares her love for her sister Darlene Smith.
If this world was mine, I’d give the stars and heaven above
I appreciate that since I’ve been with Street Sense Media, it’s helped me to meet a lot of good people, including lawyers, NBA players, and talented stylists