I recently received a email from my colleagues at Dry Bones Denver, and since the holiday season is supposed to be a time for family and thanksgiving, I would like to share a video clip from that email here on EverydayEpics.com.
The “Dry Bones Family.” (Video courtesy of Dry Bones Denver)
I profiled Dry Bones on Feb. 1, 2011, and continue to be challenged by their approach to life with and ministry among people on the margins.
Note: The attached video includes interviews of young people involved with Dry Bones Denver. The interviews cover mature themes and consist of graphic descriptions of life on the street.