Artist and vendor Jackie Turner writes about the value of love and community.
Content categorized as Spirituality
We should be hopeful about everything, including our favorite football team.
Vendor Sybil Taylor shares what Easter special for her.
A trio of vendors share their well wishes for the upcoming holiday.
Artist and vendor Marcus Green discusses his faith in the future.
In a short writing piece, Vendor Reggie Jones reflects on “getting his life together”
Street Sense vendor Reggie Jones shares a short poem about his faith.
Rev. John Littlejohn shares his perspective on the fear, drawing inspiration from the Bible.
Artist and vendor James Davis shares his thoughts on peace and unity.
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 »
A reverend offers a needed nourishment.
A poem about overcoming hardship
A look at time and how we spend it
A poem about war and conflict
Street Sense artist and vendor Elizabeth Bryant reflects on the importance of faith in her life.
A’dora Willis, a 19-year-old alumna of D.C. SCORES, just published her first children’s book “He and Me: Little Nuggets for Bright Futures.” The book was inspired by the children Willis is surrounded by through her mother’s daycare and her continued work with students in D.C. SCORES.
In this poem artist and vendor Patty Smith describes the ways that angels are always watching over us.
This poem thanks N Street Village for its kindness during the holiday season and Wong says she will carry the spirit of Christmas around for the entire year during 2018.
We all need help one way or another. Let’s practice hope, faith, and charity.
Patty Smith writes about three women she respects.