A vendor’s new year’s resolutions, in four categories.
Content categorized as Love
A vendor thanks important people in his life and Street Sense as he begins a new year.
A vendor profile on Elizabeth Bryant.
A vendor’s account of her holidays and her new year’s wishes.
A vendor reflects on her year.
A vendor’s new year’s message.
A vendor reflects on her marriage.
A vendor’s affirmation of herself and her own potential.
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.
Vendor Michael Craig provides a lesson on environmental destruction through the story of a rabbit and a dinosaur.
Vendor and artist Jackie Turner reflects on the important of love in the face of hatred.
Angie Whitehurst’s poem for Kanell Washington, a recently deceased member of the Street Sense family who died the day before his housing voucher was approved.
Street Sense vendor-artist Robert Williams presents a poem his friend Carla M. Baumgardner wrote.
A vendor reflects on how the support of his wife has made his life richer and happier.
Poetry encouraging love by vendor Angie Whitehurst.
A Street Sense vendor reflects on the loss of his brother and gives thanks for the good things in his life
Weldon Moore, a man who lived on the streets for 15 years and could quote the Bible from memory passed away three weeks ago after losing a four-month battle with pancreatic cancer at age 55. Friends recounted Moore’s struggle and his dedication to Christianity at a memorial at Franklin Square park last Sunday.
Don Gardner, a nonprofit founder and former Street Sense vendor, organized a six-hour gathering in Franklin Square Park that included music, prayer, children’s entertainment and food and clothing donations.
Vendor/artist Charles Davis mourns the loss and honors the memory of his friends ‘Fingers’ and Christopher.