Published since 1968 and recently re-launched as a monthly print periodical, Freedom addresses issues, not politics. It seeks out and illuminates solutions to society’s problems.
(PRWEB) January 09, 2015
Freedom takes readers inside Scientology Churches around the world and visits the religion’s spiritual home in Clearwater, Florida.
Freedom also takes a trip aboard the Freewinds, a Scientology religious retreat at sea. The 440-foot vessel also carries out a wide range of charitable activities at its many ports of call.
The issue also highlights Church-sponsored initiatives in drug education and human rights—programs that forward the cause of freedom for all humankind, empower individuals and save lives.
This edition of Freedom caps its own noteworthy year. In 2014, the magazine was redesigned and launched as a monthly periodical committed to the same principals on which it was founded in 1968. It reported on important issues including the lethal drugging of America’s soldiers, the plight of people caught in the snare of human trafficking, the failure of education to give children the tools they need for success, and the racial divide underscored by the tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri.
Freedom Magazine is committed to accurate and accountable reporting. Freedom is the voice of the Church of Scientology and reflects its stance that responsible journalism and the free flow of information are the lifeblood of all great societies.
Published since 1968 and recently re-launched as a monthly print periodical, Freedom addresses issues, not politics. It seeks out and illuminates solutions to society’s problems. Freedom proudly serves as a media watchdog, protecting the exchange of free ideas on which democracy relies. Freedom further spotlights the Church of Scientology’s human rights, social betterment and volunteer works, thereby advancing its purpose of safeguarding and promoting the rights of all.