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Recent Blog Posts:

Bridge to Bridge Ride

June 5, 2015 | Matt Wallace We are so proud of our new friend, Spencer Nee! He is riding his bike across America right now to raise awareness and funds to build the new youth/young adult house that Providence Network and Dry Bones are partnering to open in 2016. He began in SF at the Golden Gate Bridge and will end in NYC at the Brooklyn Bridge.  Read More

Are You a Program? What Does Success Look Like?

March 30, 2015 | Matt Wallace The biggest “success” is when it is no longer possible for a young person on the streets to say, “Nobody loves or cares about me.” Dry Bones’ specialty is safe and genuine spiritual, relational, and familial support. We hope to eradicate the experience of loneliness, lack of self-worth, and kids not believing in the unsurpassable worth God sees in them. We’re willing to walk alongside our friends in seasons of hopelessness, despair, addiction, and darkness. Read More

Hospitality Series (#3): The Stranger as Strange Truth

January 13, 2015 | Annie Dimond In the past two posts, I’ve discussed hospitality through an ethical lens: it is good and right to extend hospitality to the stranger. Jesus’ example is always that of the welcoming host or the disguised stranger. There is something inherently good about this interaction. As I mentioned in my last couple posts, the stranger is always a gift. Read More

The Dry Bones Story: from Denver, CO to Union City, TN

December 16, 2014 | Jordan Siebold by Jordan Siebold A couple weekends ago Robbie and I got the opportunity to visit Union City, Tennessee to spend some time with friends at Exchange Street Church of Christ and Troy Church of Christ, two churches that took part in our Elevations program this summer. They had asked if we would do a follow-up trip to join them in spreading the vision of Dry Bones to the rest of the congregation that didn’t make the summer trip. Read More