The Bells of Reformation
In 1536, protestants fled the persecution of the crown and found refuge in Geneva under the ministry of John Calvin. Many of these believers had witnessed friends and family tortured and killed for the sake of the gospel.
As they made their way through the cobblestone streets of Geneva, the bells of Saint Peter's cathedral echoed through the city. It was the sound of freedom. Freedom to sing to the glory of Jesus Christ. Freedom to hear the Word of God preached. Freedom to worship in Truth. Almost 500 years later, those bells still ring today.