Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has accepted a position with Alliance Defending Freedom and will be relocating to Virginia. By Roger Alford ATLANTA – A hero in evangelical circles who took on the city of Atlanta in a high-profile religious freedom case and won has accepted a top position at Alliance Defending Freedom, the […]
By Kelvin Cochran Many Christian Americans in today’s culture are faced with a choice whether to live out their faith or keep their jobs. We are living in a season where one week we are receiving accolades for what God is doing through us in our careers, and the next week we are facing termination […]
Kelvin Cochran has been partially vindicated in the likely slow march to a spring trail. In November 2014 the former Atlanta Fire Chief and member of Elizabeth Baptist Church was terminated for writing a book which supported the Bible’s views on sex, adultery, and a brief mention of homosexuality. The book, which was shared with […]
There are several possible outcomes to the hearing.
“The attack on freedom of religion and freedom of speech in our beloved United States of America is relentless.”
“I came to realize that God is sovereign. He can do whatever he wants to do.”
The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) lawsuit filed on behalf of former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran will proceed against the city following a ruling by a federal court. The Atlanta Division of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia dismissed some claims but allowed the suit to go forward on Cochran’s primary […]