I want to live a life of God. I want God in all of my thoughts, all the things I do, and my whole life… Read more »
Content categorized as Religion
Rabbi Shmuel Herzfel of the Ohev Sholom (the National Synagogue) criticizes the city council for its weak response to Councilmember Trayon White’s anti-Semitic comments.
A poem about overcoming hardship
There is a new civil war going on in America. Much of the world is losing faith and trust in us. The word of God says the new Babylon will fall. It will be cut off from the world and will fall from within.
Scott Lovell talks about the health problems he has had in 2017
A Poem about god and faith
Two vendors interview two priests at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Dwayne Butler talks about the difficulties of being homeless in cold weather.
Street Sense vendors reflect back on 2017 and talk about their new years resolutions.
Craig Thompson discusses homelessness, D.C, and religion.
A vendor atones.
Charles Davis sends holiday wishes to those he loves.
A vendor describes eternity.
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.