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On the 25th anniversary of Rich Mullins passing.


Early in my formation, Rich Mullins taught me the cost and passion of freedom more than anyone else.

“It’s okay to be lonely as long as you’ve free.”

The virtues of freedom ring more true than ever. And the costs are higher. And we are given a daily challenge to stand what we should stand for. Without freedom, love itself crumbles. Freedom first because freedom has a purpose.

Today marks 25 years since Rich’s passing. He carried the timeless through space and time. And freedom is still my favorite word.

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