"If the Son sets you free, you shall be free indeed." - Jesus
Recently, I've been thinking about the idea of liberty and what it really means. Growing up in the United States, I didn't realize how rare it is in the world. Oppression was just a history lesson – an exception rather than a rule. But in traveling to different parts of the world for my job (not to mention in turning on the television every day), I've seen that this isn't the case.
Instead, the world attests to countless people whose souls yearn for freedom but can’t find it. You can hear it in their conversations, in their arguments, in their songs, and in their protests and marches. They come from every religious and social background. They sit in smoke-filled coffee shops and large squares either dreaming of or fighting for their freedom.Read More