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Summer Intern Reflection Week (Day 5)

August 24, 2013 | By | One Comment

Freedom to Love
Katherine Taylor, University of Denver

When I tell people about my internship at Dry Bones, there’s a normal slew of questions that are asked. How have you changed people? Who have you talked to? What has made the biggest impact on your life? What have you learned? Read More

Summer Intern Reflection Week (Day 4)

August 23, 2013 | By | No Comments

New Friends
by Angela Crouch, Lubbock Christian University

This summer has been eye opening to say the least.

I have I never made so many friends in such a short period of time. I have grown very close to many of them, which has brought me closer to God. Read More

Summer Intern Reflection Week (Day 3)

August 22, 2013 | By | No Comments

Dignity and Change
by Donisha Webb, Harding University

Wisdom is sweet to your soul. If you find it, you will have a bright future, and your hopes will not be cut short.  Proverbs 24:14

For me, this summer turned out to be a learning experience. I will apply the lessons I learned throughout the rest of my life. I want to quickly share two major lessons that I learned this summer (hopefully gaining some wisdom too). Read More

Summer Intern Reflection Week (Day 2)

August 21, 2013 | By | 5 Comments

Discovering Deeper Beauty
by Kelsey Bugelwicz, York College

This summer, I intentionally made an effort to acknowledge the worth of every individual that God has created and placed on this earth, and subsequently, in my path. Because of that, I’m taking home new relationships with many amazing and beautiful people. Read More

Summer Intern Reflection Week (Day 1)

August 20, 2013 | By | One Comment

A String of Bad Luck
by Mike Miller, York College Graduate School

As I entered into this summer, I was excited to see what God was going to teach me. But before I was able to jump right in, a few things happened. The first week, my car broke down. The second week, my keys disappeared forever. During the third week, my laptop decided to never work again. As these things were happening Read More

Fellow Citizen or Enemy? Cooperation or Conquest? Brother or Alien?

July 31, 2013 | By | No Comments

by Jonathan Spencer, Dry Bones Board Member

Back in April 1968, immediately following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert Kennedy suspended his campaign for the Presidency and spoke passionately of the need to create community. I ran across a video of his speech recently; here is Read More

A GENUINE “THANK YOU” TO YOU AND SARAH

June 28, 2013 | By | One Comment

Dry Bones has been supported by all of you for 11 1/2 years now.  We are sincerely thankful.

As a non-profit ministry, it has been quite the adventure to continuously depend on God’s provision in so many different ways. He has taken care of Dry Bones through generous gifts of $20 here and $500 there; hot meals for huge groups and family meals for ten. Read More

Purple Door Coffee Exceeds Your Expectations

June 27, 2013 | By | No Comments

From a recent Yelp review:

I pictured a kind of run down coffee shop in a bad neighborhood…But for a good cause. Boy was I surprised! This place is super nice, comfortable, clean…Seriously, one of the nicest coffee shops I have visited.

I can’t say that this is the first time we have heard this, “What? Wow!” response. Read More

Thoughts on Ezekiel 37

June 20, 2013 | By | One Comment

by Lance Newsom
Dry Bones Board Member

Ezekiel 37 provides a center; a core to the orbiting story that is Dry Bones Denver. It’s foundational to what this ministry is all about. “The Valley of Dry Bones”… it kind of sounds a bit like the title of a bad horror film, doesn’t it? Read More

Purple Door Coffee

May 23, 2013 | By | No Comments

History of PDC and Motivation for Social Enterprise

Learn more and ORDER Purple Door Coffee

What is Purple Door Coffee?

Purple Door Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster in Denver, Colorado that employs teens and young adults who have experienced houselessness and want to leave the streets behind.

Read our mission and more here.