Also Known As:
Free Minds, Inc.
Mission and Programs
We are people from across the world standing up for humanity and human rights. We expose spiritual abuse from high control religious groups, particularly Jehovah's Witnesses, whatever their claims to higher authority may be. Our purpose is educate the public about such movements, provide an online support network where everyone is welcome to contribute and to enable a safe non-judgmental place for people to find healing and comfort and the community of their fellows.
We are a global online network with independence from government, corporate, national and organised religious interests.
We invite you to join our online community - to take action and to stop high control groups from ruining lives. This means new fresh content every day from the cult awareness community. We welcome the input of all for publication.
The people now working with us are volunteers, with a common goal in mind, and that is to create a heterogeneous "congregation." That being an online community comprised of former cult members covering the full spectrum of religiosity and spirituality. This is a cooperative effort of equals and any departure will not be viewed personally. It will especially feature all things important to helping the Jehovah's Witness exit the Watchtower Society as painlessly as possible, if that is their wish, and to provide them with a supermarket of future options. There is somewhere else to go! It is a loose-knit cooperative, begun initially through a small circle of friends.
|Program:||Recovery of Mental Health|
|Category: ||Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy|
|Population Served: ||Mentally/Emotionally Disabled|
Our main goal is to recover the mental health of former members of high-control religious groups, through education online and interacting with other people seeking the same.
Chief Executive Profile
Randall Watters served as an elder and factory overseer at the Watchtower headquarters in Brooklyn, New York. He left the organization by way of resignation in 1980, served as a pastor for a number of years, most recently at the now-defunct Hope Chapel of West Manhattan. Leaving the pastorate and organizational ties to focus on cults and exit-counseling only, Randall formed Free Minds, Inc. as a non-profit educational organization in 1992, with the goal of educating the public about mind control and the danger of cults.
Revenue and Expenses
Fiscal Year Ending
December 31, 2007
Fiscal Year Ending
December 31, 2007
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||January 1, 2007||December 31, 2007||Change|
|Cash & Equivalent||$1,381||$2,221||$840|
|Pledges & Grants Receivable||$0||$0||$0|
|Inventories for Sale or Use||$0||$0||$0|
|Liabilities||January 1, 2007||December 31, 2007||Change|
|Loans and Notes||$0||$0||$0|
|Tax-Exempt Bond Liabilities||$0||$0||$0|
Mr. Randall Watters, CEO
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