The Christian Fire Chief of Atlanta, GA, Kelvin Cochran was sacked!
Because he publicly expressed the Biblical Truth that all sexual activity (including homosexual vice) outside of the sacred union of one man and one woman is sinful in God’s eyes.
Sign our petition to get Kelvin Cochran reinstated as Fire Chief of Atlanta, GA.
There’s a BIG persecution against Christians in America.
Especially if one publicly expresses belief that sexual sin, especially the unnatural vice of homosexuality, is objectively wrong.
The most recent victim of this growing persecution is the Fire Chief of Atlanta, GA, Kelvin Cochran. He was sacked!
Because he wrote a book that basically states how:
- sexuality is ordained for use in the sacred bond of marriage, between one man and one woman, for the procreation and education of children.
And that sexual activity outside of this sacred union is sinful in God’s eyes.
What’s wrong with that?
Sign our petition to support Chief Kelvin Cochran and get him reinstated as Fire Chief of Atlanta, GA.
It was these Christian beliefs on sexual morality, which Cochran expressed in his book and work place that got him fired. His statements angered some members of the Atlanta fire department, who complained to the Mayor Reed of Atlanta.
The Mayor first suspended Cochran without pay for the month of December. Cochran was then ordered to undergo “sensitivity” training.
On the day of his expected return to duty as Fire Chief, he was sacked. This is shocking!
God fearing Americans should speak out in support of Cochran’s reinstatement as Fire Chief of Atlanta.
That is why I ask you to sign this urgent petition to Atlanta Mayor Reed.
When you sign this petition, you’ll be joining your name to thousands of others who want the Mayor of Atlanta to reinstate Kelvin Cochran as Fire Chief of Atlanta, GA.
And to issue him a public apology.
That’s the least you and I can do for this principled man, who has bravely upheld the truth and suffered as a consequence.
Don’t you wish that more Americans in leadership positions were as brave as Kelvin Cochran?