September 9, 2014 |
co-written by Annie & Robbie
The story of the valley of dry bones in Ezekiel 37 invites the question, "Can these bones live?" We hear these words today in Denver.
On many days, the dried up bones feel like Denver's lack of safe and sustainable housing opportunities. (For this reason, we are currently exploring options for DB sponsored housing.) What is the solution? Can "these bones" live?
The struggle of finding a place to live, heal, and sleep creates dramatic scenarios. For Dry Bones, these stories almost always involve that big question and they always require compassion. Allow me to share six scenes of an actual day-in-the-life: Read More
July 23, 2014 |
to Dry Bones August 20, 2014. She interned with us during the summer of 2009. Annie is tender, full of compassion, flexible, wise, a seeker, a learner, and a humble friend. We are above and beyond excited and blessed that we get to have her on our team!
Annie is a graduate of Read More
July 9, 2014 |
A Few Thoughts
by Rebekah Duke, staff member
Jesus often preached that “the kingdom of God is near.” When I was growing up, for some reason, I always thought that the kingdom of God meant “going to heaven after we die.” As a kid, the thought of waiting to experience heaven until I die was literally a lifetime away. It seemed as though we were supposed to be good people (you know….don’t cuss, be nice, stay pure, etc.) and basically just wait to get to heaven once we die. Read More
May 22, 2014 |
We are grateful for Candace and her commitment to Dry Bones this year. She has now graduated and is beginning a master's program at the University of Kansas. Candace is a hard worker, a compassionate listener, a tender-hearted servant, and a fun person to spend time with. We will miss you and we wish you all the best!
Here are some thoughts from Candace on the power of story. Read More