In episode 146,Nicky Billou helps us explore the concept of oppressive spaces leading to suffering. As a child, Nicky’s father recognized that remaining in Iran could become dangerous for their family, so he worked to move his family out before things got worse. Though he was saved from that oppressive space, Nicky discovered that hardship remained ahead, whether it was acclimating to a new culture, wrestling with the wounds of religion, or navigating the challenges of his personal life. His journey has led him to recognize that suffering is a part of life… but Jesus can be too.
How has God sustained you in oppressive spaces?
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