Jeffrey McCall leads the charge of the Freedom March: marches around the United States that celebrate how men and women have overcome Satan's agenda and embraced the love of Christ.
"I just felt it laid on my heart to open up a platform for others, to share their important stories and to be heard because so much of the mainstream media will not share their stories," McCall shares in the first episode of Overcomers: Leaving LGBT, a special topic series on the "Charisma News" podcast.
The first march in Washington, D.C., in May 2018 had only a few dozen people. Six months later, hundreds of freedom marchers took to the streets of Los Angeles to share their stories.
This year, Freedom Marches are scheduled for D.C. on May 25; St. Paul, Minnesota, on June 23; and Orlando, Florida, on Sept. 14.
"There's something spiritual about taking back the ground in those cities, just marching right there and publicly proclaiming our freedom," McCall says. "There's a verse in Colossians that says Jesus made a public spectacle of the enemy, and I was like, 'You know, it doesn't have to be behind closed doors.' It's making a public spectacle of the enemy, showing that Yeshua's power is bigger than the devil's power, than demonic power."
But how did McCall get here? How did he let go of "Scarlet," and what does this all have to do with Jentezen Franklin? Listen to the podcast to hear McCall's incredible testimony.
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