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Texas pastors are encouraging Texans, and especially those in Harris County, the most violent county in the state, to vote for leaders who will better represent them ...

According to auditor’s records, Harris County has not yet recovered more than $1 million paid for a since-canceled COVID-19 vaccine outreach contract tied to the felony indictments of County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s staff ...

An ongoing forensic audit of the 2020 election in Harris County found “serious breaches” in elections management, and the Texas Secretary of State’s (SOS) Office has given the county’s new elections administrator five days to correct the issues ...

The leadership of a Texas megachurch has decided to leave The United Methodist Church without a congregational vote, which defies denominational rules on dismissal. St. Andrew United Methodist Church of Plano, which has approximately 6,500 members, recently announced that the church is going to ...

During a Texas House Interim Study Committee on Criminal Justice Reform hearing on Wednesday, Andy Kahan of Crime Stoppers of Houston held up a folder with hundreds of Harris County cases in which a suspect arrested on charges of Felon in Possession of ...

A Houston-area church has responded to Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s campaign purchasing billboards in Texas using a Bible verse to justify abortion. The church created its own billboard, which is up in Houston and going up in other states, its pastor told The Center Square ...

Texas pastors across the state are offering blistering rebukes of California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s billboard campaign in Texas quoting Jesus to promote abortion. After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, returning the issue to the states, Texas’ Heartbeat bill became ...

“Hello pastors, this is Chuck Martin pastor of Glory Bell church in downtown Waco. I would like to personally invite you and your congregations to join us this Saturday, October 15th at 7 PM for a night of urgent prayer, intercession and worship.

Now more than ever before this broken and divided world needs a united church. What an opportunity we have to push back darkness and be a city set on a hill ..."

Last month, Church of the Open Door launched our FaithVotes Christian Citizenship Ministry. John and Jessica lead this tremendously beneficial thrust to register believers to engage in our Christian stewardship responsibility to vote, and to vote according to Biblical values!

A justice of the peace in Montgomery County will be able to continue his voluntary chaplaincy program and opening court prayer ceremony after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled in his favor ...