Skip to content

Help us win more victories for free speech and religious liberty!

Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran knows what it means to face the fire—both literal flames and the rising tide of threats to freedom of speech and religious liberty. 

Despite his sterling credentials—Cochran once held the nation’s highest firefighting role as U.S. Fire Administrator for the United States Fire Administration—he was fired from his position as Atlanta’s fire chief. Why? Because the government didn’t approve of his message about biblical marriage and sexuality that he included in a brief passage in a self-published book he wrote. 

We stood with Chief Cochran, and after years of litigation, he won and the city even agreed to pay him $1.2 million in the wake of a federal court ruling.

That was a milestone victory for freedom. 

But many others facing similar threats are wondering if and when they will prevail.

Your gift today—of $20, $50, $85, $125—will help take us one step closer to achieving victories for Christian counselors, photographers, families, churches, ministries and so many others. 

And as a way of saying ‘thank you’ for your support today, we’ll send you a FREE copy of Facing the Fire, Chief Cochran’s book detailing his personal journey and his struggle to defend his right to free speech—to say what he believes without fear of government punishment.  

Thank you for your support!

Make A Donation

Donation Frequency
Make your gift monthly!
Payment Method
Secure Payment
Protected by SSL encryption and reCAPTCHA
Privacy Terms Disclosure