First, before I provide a quick update on a whirlwind 5 days on the Frontline, I wanted remind everyone – tomorrow will close out our Special Super Duper Early Bird Sale on Frontline Gala Tickets.

From now through the end of tomorrow (which is my wife’s birthday!), Gala Tickets are only $75! After tomorrow, the price will increase to $100/ticket.


On Thursday last week, Scott McInnis joined great believers at the Capitol to lead a time going before the Lord for blessing over policy in our state during the National Day of Prayer.

The following day, we were joined by Chloe Cole – who has become a national sensation for speaking out against “gender reassignment” for minors – for two special events.

In Duluth, former Senator Kelly Loeffler joined us for special remarks as well as State Senator Clint Dixon. And, in Peachtree City, Representative Josh Bonner and State Senator Marty Harbin spoke to the Culture War as well.


Right after those back-to-back events, we drove to Warner Robins for a Biblical Citizenship Academy hosted by Frontline Policy Council.

Among the speakers for this event were Chloe Cole, Erick Erickson, Mike Griffin (with our friends at Georgia Baptist Mission Board), State Senator Larry Walker, Representative Shaw Blackmon, Representative Bethany Ballard, and local pastors.


On Sunday, Frontline was proud to share resources all across the state with our aligned churches in recognition of Foster Care Awareness Sunday. See a special video from Commissioner Candice Broce, Governor Brian Kemp, and First Lady Marty Kemp.

Next, we kicked off the week with an awesome Legislative Prayer Luncheon hosted by the Frontline Church Ambassador Network. This luncheon gave us the opportunity to pray with and for 5 legislators representing Forsyth County with two dozen pastors from the area. It was a blessed time of fellowship!


Finally, last night Taylor Hawkins, our Director of Advocacy, attended the Tucker City Council meeting with local pastors, believers, and folks from many different faith backgrounds to stand against the “Non-Discrimination ordinance” the city is attempting to ram through. This ordinance would deny first amendment protection to people of faith in the workplace, and put men in women’s shelters, bathrooms, locker rooms, and changing rooms merely on the basis of their self-described “gender identity”. (If you are anywhere near Tucker, stay tuned for more details!)


We are not slowing down – as you receive this, I am on the road to Toombs County where I will speak to local conservatives before driving to Gwinnett County for meetings the next morning.

After that, I’m taking the rest of May 10th off – again, it’s my wife’s birthday, and I LOVE that woman and find her birth VERY much worth celebrating 🙂

From the Frontline,

Cole Muzio
Frontline Policy

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