Artist and vendor Joshua Faison explores history and religion in this essay.
Content categorized as Spirituality
Matthew Jones, an artist and vendor for Street Sense Media shares advice from a friend that changed his life.
Part 3 of an ongoing series by artist and vendor Vennie Hill on her recovery and her life.
Vendor/artist Donzell Clarke writes about the importance of self-care and focusing on one’s own wellbeing.
Rev. John Littlejohn discusses how people can turn to religion for comfort.
An conversation between Street Sense Media vendor Wendell Williams and Hus Forbi Vendor Allan Anderson. The two met at the 2018 Global Street Paper Summit.
Artist and vendor Jeff Taylor writes about his experience with religion and freedom in rural America.
The McKenna Singers, a group of men experiencing homelessness, led the community in holiday songs and celebration.
Sybil Taylor, a Street Sense artist and vendor, shares memories of Christmas and shares warm wishes.
A reflection of gratitude for Church of the Epiphany by Street Sense Media artist/vendor Anthony Carney.
This Street Sense vendor describes the difference between the word pride and proud.
A piece on how this Street Sense vendor has his faith in God.
A Street Sense vendor tells about his experience with the message that homelessness can affect anyone.
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 Barron Hall reflects on the interaction between his spirituality and his experience as a person of color in America.
A poem by a Street Sense Media artist/vendor inspired by “Alleluia” by Leonard Cohen
Artist and vendor Jackie Turner writes about the value of love and community.
A prose poem from Reverend John Littlejohn
We should be hopeful about everything, including our favorite football team.