Posts with the category “family”

Being An Example Of God's Love
by Phil Porter on February 6th, 2024
As a Christian leader, embodying God's love is at the heart of your role. Being an example of God's love means living a life that reflects the compassion, kindness, and forgiveness demonstrated by Jesus Christ. It involves treating others with respect, showing empathy, and helping those in need. By consistently practicing love and humility in your interactions, you inspire and guide others on their spiritual journey. As you lead with a servant's heart, your actions become a testimony to the transformative power of God's love, fostering a community where faith, grace, and love flourish.  Read More
The What And The Why Behind Texas Leadership Summit
by Phil Porter on January 2nd, 2024
Join in on a conversation with Tim Webb, the visionary behind the Texas Leadership Summit, as we unite faith-based leaders from all walks of life. Our discussion traces the roots of the TLS and its mission to foster a new generation of leaders under the banner of Christian faith. As we navigate through stories of Texas' storied past, we draw parallels to the present, examining the impact of robust Christian leadership within business, government, church, and education spheres. Discover how TLS equips individuals with the courage and tools to lead with conviction, all while nurturing a community bonded by shared values and the pursuit of meaningful change.  Read More
Response To Second Attack on Texas Protective Abortion Laws by the Center for Reproductive Rights
by Amy O'Donnell on December 7th, 2023
Yesterday, the New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR) filed a second lawsuit attacking Texas' protective abortion laws, seeking a court to block enforcement of the laws in a case involving a woman whose unborn child has been diagnosed with Trisomy 18, a condition which sadly is often fatal for the child before or soon after birth. The case, Cox v. Texas, is currently in a Travis County state district court. This follows a similar case brought by the CRR, Zurawski v. Texas, now pending before the Texas Supreme Court.   Read More