A vendor describes eternity.
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Volunteer Tammy Rice shares her feelings of wonder on a holiday.
It is a very special gift that God has given to us, this ability to express love and kindness. Being nice and kind-hearted is difficult… Read more »
Patty Smith writes about three women she respects.
A vendor profile of John Littlejohn, who has worked for Street Sense since 2010.
Street Sense can be used as a tool to help homeless people in every state. The paper can help the public to see us as people. People who want to work, not to beg.
At the end of the day, they all expressed how much fun we had and decided to meet again real soon, as being a family is important and we should never take it for granted.
Vendor Gwynette Smith explains why faith and transportation can be barriers to exiting homelessness.
Street Sense vendor Marcus Green gives advice to those experiencing homelessness
Ricardo Meriedy opens up about his Heroin addiction and his six year success of sobriety.
I have been homeless for the past four years, working with Street Sense and my faith in the Lord has kept me grounded.
This is what brings me joy!
We all go through rough times in our lives. Collectively we should make try to make the world a better place and give thanks when things are going well.
A year and a half since Pope Francis first spoke to the street paper movement, he has again sat down with one of the International Network of Street Papers’ members for an exclusive interview.
A story about finding faith.
A poem about faith
A poem about Jesus.
The twelfth part of Isotopia
A poem about religion and faith
A poem about god and writing.