"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.
Feb 8, 2016
With my first one done and several others planned, It's just the project I needed to find my purpose again in painting. I couldn't think of anything more important right now than honoring these precious and courageous lives with art that helps to tell their story of redemption and healing.
Nov 30, 2015
Our lives are saturated with the voices and influence of the world around us, spiritual and secular alike. Amidst the chaos, it can be confusing and difficult to know who Jesus is and even, to borrow a slogan, “what would Jesus do.” We get lost or distracted in all the noise (albeit Christian noise) as we navigate what to take as truth.
Nov 21, 2015
This is a story I read in an article and shake my head in disgust. 'I can't believe people could do that!' I say in response. Then I go make another pot of coffee and settle in to check facebook or fold clothes. But not on this day. On this day, I turn to this girl and look her in the eyes.
Nov 16, 2015
What has become numb to you? Is it the widower down the street who is trying to feed the mouths of her three children? The homeless man you see daily on the street corner who is only desiring to be treated with the dignity he deserves?
Nov 9, 2015
He was nicknamed “Money Mike”, and it seemed that his only role in the community was to do as little harm as possible to the “haves” of society. I used to be shocked that inside of the pierced body parts, the multi colored hair…many of these young kids suffered from depression, had horrible parents, and they loved to hang together.