This weekend our nation celebrates 240 years of freedom.  All these years later freedom seems to still be a very hot commodity; new cars promise it, so do divorce lawyers. 
Many people around the world fight for it, we spend billions of dollars every year as a nation to defend it.  
But what is "freedom" exactly?  And maybe even more important - what is it for?  These are the questions Mike Gathright  explored this Sunday at Storyline's Gathering.