Travis Weber, Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at the Family Research Council, runs down an impressive list of recent religious freedom victories, and
David Bereit, founder of 40 Days for Life, gives some background on this extraordinary effort to defend the life of the unborn through prayer and activism. Life and Liberty, plus co-host Nicole Hudgens: what's not to love about this episode of "The Texas Values Report with Jonathan Saenz?"
We're honored to catch a moment of Franklin Graham's time on the phone between stops on the Decision Texas Tour! Franklin lays out the critical work going on with Hurricane Harvey recovery, in addition to the hope found in Jesus Christ. Host Jonathan Saenz interviews Franklin direct from Washington D.C., along with Texas Values Policy Analyst Nicole Hudgens, who gives us a report from the 2017 Voter Values Summit!
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar and host Jonathan Saenz discuss the strength of the Texas economy -- which is in no small part driven by strong Judeo-Christian values. ALSO: joining us from Washington D.C. is Nicole Hudgens, Texas Values Policy Analyst, with a report from March for Life 2018.
JoAnn Fleming of Grassroots America/We the People Tea Party and Jonathan Saenz discuss what went in to keeping faith and freedom issues on the forefront of the 85th Texas Legislature and what conservative Christian activists should fight for in the special session beginning July 18. We're also joined by Nicole Hudgens, policy analyst for Texas Values, with a look at what's ahead in the special.
Emily Horne of Texas Right to Life gives a rundown of quite a successful week on the pro-life front in both chambers of the Texas Legislature, along with Nicole Hudgens, policy Analyst for Texas Values.
Did we actually win the "War on Christmas?" And are we winning in the war on the unborn? Or college campus free speech? Or religious liberty? Texas Values Policy Analyst Nicole Hudgens and Communications Director Andy Hogue take stock of a few key victories for Christian conservatives in recent months, and present a look ahead at some major battles before the courts, PLUS a sneak preview at Texas Values Action's latest round of candidate endorsements for 2018. If you're in the trenches for faith and family in Texas take a moment and be encouraged!
The Republican Party of Texas voted to censure outgoing Texas House Speaker Joe Straus. What went on behind the scenes to help the measure pass? Naomi Narvaiz, member of the Texas State Republican Executive Committee and herself a candidate for Texas House District 45, gives us the inside scoop on this rare event. PLUS host Jonathan Saenz gives a summary of the Collin and Denton county candidate forums co-hosted by Prestonwood Baptist Church and Texas Values, featuring over 60 contenders for elected office!
After returning from a press conference in Sutherland Springs, Southern Baptists of Texas Convention Director of Communications Gary Ledbetter shares his perspective on what's next for not only this small church in a small Texas town but also for security in churches across the nation.
Host Jonathan Saenz talks with Texas Values Vice President David Walls about who and what is appearing on the Texas Primary ballot and what voters can do to make sure our values are represented at the voting booth. Early voting ends March 2 with Primary Election day March 6.
First Baptist Sutherland Springs pastor Frank Pomeroy joins the program to discuss the tragedy that struck his church when a shooting claimed twenty six lives, including his own daughter. Pastor Frank and Texas Values Policy Analyst Nicole speak about prayer and faith in the midst of hard times as well as how his church has recovered.
Kelly Shackelford, President of First Liberty, joins guest host Nicole Hudgens, Policy Analyst for Texas Values, this weekend as they discuss the Colorado Cake Baker Supreme Court case, recent Fifth Circuit Appeals Court appointments, and the impact the Trump Administration is having on the next few decades. Shackelford also gives an update on several pending religious freedom cases of which First Liberty is involved.
Did you know attacks on people of faith have increased by 133 percent over the last five years? You could write a book about it: And today's guest has done just that. Kelly Shackelford, President and CEO of First Liberty Institute, talks with host Jonathan Saenz of what can be done to stem the tide of religious discrimination.
Kevin Sorbo. 'Nuff said!
We're excited to have the director of the new film release "Let There Be Light" as our guest. Learn more about this faith-affirming major motion picture on this week's episode of "The Texas Values Report."
Man, what a year! From saving the Texas foster care system to protecting privacy, from the Speaker's race to the primary election, 2017 was a busy year for Texas Values and Texas Values Action. Host Jonathan Saenz reviews the highlights of the 85th Legislature and the beginning of the 2018 election cycle in this power-packed episode to cap off the year.
Allen West, retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel, and former Congressman, is our special guest. Lt. Col. West and host Jonathan Saenz discuss the importance of education freedom, the injustice of the abortion industry in America, and why we must get back to the vision set forth by (in Col. West's own words) "the old school Patriots." Listen for free!