We are grateful for a worldwide network that supports, encourages, and lives out Street Psalms’s work.

 

H. Spees from Leadership Foundations talks about partnership with Street Psalms

 

“A couple of years ago I read a book published by Street Psalms Press called Geography of Grace. This book was a significant piece of a puzzle that was radically transforming the way I saw myself and the kids I had gotten to know at …. I can say that I have seen and I believe that beautiful questions really do call forth beautiful answers. The greatest problem we face is a lack of belief that such beauty can come out of such hard places.”
– Ben Edwards, Youth Director at Mile High Ministries’ Joshua Station transformational housing program, Denver, CO

“It’s so refreshing to gather with people who “get me”; get my struggles, hopes, fears, and more. We all wander in different “hard places” throughout the city, but I always feel connected and among family at our gatherings. There’s no other group of people in the city that I enjoy gathering with more than the Street Psalms folks. These men and women bring years of wisdom, refocus my thinking, struggle and celebrate alongside each other, and simply hold me safe.”
– Matt Wallace, Co-Director of Dry Bones, Denver, CO

“As Greater Love family we are very grateful, for we not only benefited in trainings but also hosted this year’s intensives in Kawangware (Nairobi, Kenya). The Kawangware cohort mobilized the pastors and grassroots leaders to be part of the ongoing conversations. Our desire is to open new pastors conversations in Kangemi (Kenya) so that the church in the community could also benefit. We pray that God will continue supplying the resources needed. May the Lord bless Street Psalms, CTM, and the directors to accomplish the great commission.”
-Alfred, Kawangware Nairobi, Kenya

“Thanks for the message in today’s Word from Below. Your words were exactly what I needed this morning to see the sin of my selfishness and help me turn from it. Thank you! A well written truth.”
– Anonymous, Tacoma, WA