RISING FROM THE ASHES – Janette Butcher

May 9, 2018

I have always been the kind of personality that is all or nothing. So when I met the Lord in my late teens I was an in. My personality combined with my passion meant I found myself in church at least three times a week, serving on numerous ministries, and leading a weekly connect group […]

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When things didn’t go as planned or if someone treated me badly, I assumed I must have deserved it. I strongly believed outcomes and results were reflections of how hard I worked and how I presented myself. Shame is such a powerful tool of the enemy. I thought sexual harassment was something I was born […]

Broken but Somewhat Functional – Breanna Brinkley

April 25, 2018

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Featured Shop: ALTRUIST

April 3, 2018

  We are featuring Lydia Osborne’s Altruist Shop in our upcoming Spring 2018 issue. Altruist provides one-of-a-kind items while collectively providing opportunities for artisans to earn fair wages with the ability to support their families. Read more about Lydia in FREED’s 2018 Spring Issue.   SHOP OWNER: LYDIA OSBORNE INSTAGRAM: @ALTRUISTSHOP ALTRUIST SHOP: http://www.altruistshop.com

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What is Mt. Zion and why is everyone in the Bible always talking about it? Zion was a territory possessed by the Jebusites (bad guys). Then David and his army overtook Zion and made it their new capital in Jerusalem. This was a smart move for David because now his capital was more centralized. He […]

ZION – Savannah Sturgeon

March 31, 2018

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God Belongs in My City – Alan Diaz

February 22, 2018

Can you imagine a public space that you frequent plastering the question, “A Million New Yorkers Are Good Without God, Are You?” Your initial reaction might be of pure shock, the second might produce a sense of mourning, the third might bring about feelings of helplessness. Thankfully, there was a response to this question. A […]

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Years ago, I sought the Lord to break areas of addiction in my life… Blessed be the Lord my Rock, Who trains my hands for war, And my fingers for battle. Psalm 144:1 Jesus was calling me to meet with Him every morning and get that day’s battle plan. He was training me to break […]

His Battle Plan – Sue Boldt

February 19, 2018

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Returning – Jasmine Zanetti

February 15, 2018

“And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father’s have bread enough to spare, and I perish with hunger!” —Luke 15:17 Forgetting happens. On occasion we forget our keys, we forget passcodes and even important dates. We forget seemingly trivial things on a day to day basis, and we […]

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