Rev. John F. Littlejohn shares about the love of God.
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Father John Enzler and Rev. William H. Lamar IV discuss what measures should be taken to further support the homeless community through the city budget, especially during the pandemic.
A piece by Jeffery McNeil.
A poem by Ibn Hipps.
First of all, what is reconciliation? One definition is to renew friendship with self — then with others. Amen!
Here’s a small story about reconciliation.
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor writes about his epiphany before Easter.
Artist and vendor Joshua Faison explores history and religion in this essay.
Part 3 of an ongoing series by artist and vendor Vennie Hill on her recovery and her life.
Rev. John Littlejohn discusses how people can turn to religion for comfort.
Artist and vendor Ricardo Meriedy honors his brother.
It’s only because of my faith It’s only because I won’t fuss It’s only because I can’t cuss It’s only because I must believe “Still… Read more »
Every card stacked against you. What do you do first? Pray to God. Go hard. Then come up with a vision. A desire, a plan. … Read more »
A Street Sense Vendor tells a little of his history in D.C.
Rev. John Littlejohn helps define what help from Heaven may look like during challenging times.
Vendor-Artist Ken Martin reflects on the homelessness prevention work of Father Horace B. Mckenna.
Artist and vendor Marcus Green discusses his faith in the future.
City officials and church members gathered for a March 13 ribbon cutting at The Beacon Center, where all 99 of the new housing units have been set aside as affordable housing. A renovated Emory United Methodist Church sits at the center of the complex, which also houses community spaces and the church’s outreach programs.
Artist and vendor James Davis shares his thoughts on peace and unity.
Reverend John Littlejohn shows how one can check up on their spiritual health.
After a grand jury investigation revealed the details of ‘predator priests’ in Pennsylvania, with up to 1,000 victims affected, the attorney who helped the Boston Globe’s Spotlight team investigate clergy sex abuse says it’s only the beginning.