A Street Sense vendor writes about the loss of his father.
Content categorized as Faith
A vendor writes about how God looks out for us.
A vendor expects 2017 to be a year of new beginnings.
A vendor marvels at how quickly the year has gone.
A vendor’s reflections on faith, gratitude and heaven.
A vendor profile on Elizabeth Bryant.
Congressman and civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis talks with Street Sense about how we as a society can bring about positive change for people living in poverty and experiencing homelessness.
A vendor writes about being homeless and his gratitude.
A vendor reminds the faithful to remember God even after Christmas.
A vendor returns to Street Sense after time away.
A vendor’s new year’s message.
A vendor’s story of his journey to God.
Timothy Ray, who died at age 51 in December, was generous, hardworking and deeply committed to his faith and friends.
Street Sense honors the life of Enzel Sudler– a car enthusiast, comedian and beloved member of the homeless community who passed away in Oct. 2016.
Artist and vendor Cynthia Mewborn reflects on her faith in light of the holidays.
Leonard Hyater looks to the Bible for guidance in the wake of the 2016 election.
Vendor-artist Marcus Green advises us to covet our blessings.
Vendor-artist Leonard Hyater discusses how we can end homelessness and how he thinks people should treat people experiencing homelessness.
Vendor-artist Shana Holmes writes about maintaining a positive outlook in life.
A vendor gives his take on the presidential candidates.