"My Justice Journey"
All of the great justice movements in history are undergirded with this spirit and power, and they appear to have one focal spokesperson, such as William Wilberforce, Martin Luther King Jr, Nelson Mandela and many more who have stood in the face of horrific oppression in order to bring dignity to people that seemingly everyone but God had forgotten.
However, behind every great movement there are literally thousands of volunteers building the momentum, each of which are on their own justice journey. Subscribe to "My Justice Journey" blog and hear from Freedom 58 answer and wrestle with some of life’s most difficult questions. We also provide updates from our aftercare partners so you can be informed about people joining forces to end modern-day slavery and oppression.
Mar 16, 2015
So let us set up stones to remember what has been done for us and for those who have suffered from oppression...This is the purpose of the Faces of Freedom exhibit: to show that restoration does happen. It can happen for you, for me, and for all the people around us and around the world who need it. Because God is good, God is big, He is love, and Jesus is savior.
Mar 9, 2015
As we seek justice for the physically oppressed, literally enslaved, and biologically orphaned, we are equally responsible to seek justice for those who are victims of our own sin in less obvious ways.
Feb 23, 2015
It is easy to get discouraged when you look around our culture and see sexuality so messed up that children are sold for sex. Where sexual sadists are lauded as romantic heroes. Where sex is used as a drug. So where do we find healing and wholeness for ourselves, families and culture?
Feb 16, 2015
Have you ever considered that the drug trade utilizes a consumable commodity but human trafficking can use the slave over and over? In Cambodia, women like Belar are calling for the end of Human Trafficking with one voice. Can we look back at our justice journey and say Lord I want to be a mature disciple of Christ…..lead me to free the oppressed?
Feb 9, 2015
“How do we change a whole culture?” A student asked after I presented to her class about the issue of sex trafficking. The class was discussing how to end the problem, and the students realized that we needed to find out how to end the demand.