PastorGram: News & Issues from the TXPC

Monday, July 5, 2010 Issue 285   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 285  
HOME
TOPICS
USPC News
CONTENTS
MEDIA ADVISORY: Pastors' Press Conference on Border Security/Immigration
SUBSCRIBE

Enter your email address in the box below to receive an email each time we post a new issue of our newsletter:


Add Remove
Send as HTML
 

ARCHIVE
Issue 284
June 29, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 284
Issue 283
June 25, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 283
Issue 282
June 22, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 282
Issue 281
June 21, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 281
Issue 280
June 3, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 280
Issue 279
May 30, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 279
Issue 278
May 21, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 278
Issue 277
May 12, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 277
Issue 276
May 10, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 276
Issue 275
May 3, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 275
Issue 273
April 30, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 273
Issue 274
April 30, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 274
Issue 272
April 26, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 272
Issue 271
April 18, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 271
Issue 270
April 16, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 270
Issue 269
April 12, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 269
Issue 268
April 9, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 268
Issue 267
April 8, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 267
Issue 266
April 6, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 266
Issue 265
April 5, 2010
Vol. 1 Issue 265

[MORE]
USPC News
MEDIA ADVISORY: Pastors' Press Conference on Border Security/Immigration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:  Dave Welch

    832-688-9166                                                                                              July 5, 2010

MEDIA ADVISORY

 

WHO:              Inter-denominational, multi-ethnic coalition of pastors from Southeast Texas

 

WHAT:             Press Conference

 

WHERE:           Grace Community Church, 14505 Gulf Freeway, Houston

                         

WHEN:             Wednesday, July 7, 2010 @ 1:30 p.m.

 

WHY:               Present and announce the Pastors’ Declaration on Border Security and Immigration Reform

 

SUMMARY:      Pastors of some of greater Houston’s most influential churches representing many denominations and essentially every major ethnic identity in the region have determined to forge and present a statement of principles that we collectively believe is a critical balance in the vital and inseparable issues of border security and immigration reform.  Among the drafting committee and initial signers, from the nearly 200 pastors signed on to date, include: 

 

Pastor Rickie Bradshaw, First Southwest Baptist Church, Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell, Windsor Village United Methodist, Pastor Hernan Castano, Iglesia Rios de Aceite, Pastor Willie Davis, MacGregor Palm Comm. Baptist, Pastor David Fannin, Nassau Bay Baptist Church, Pastor Sonny Foraker, First Baptist Church Pearland, Pastor David Fleming, Champion Forest Baptist Church, Pastor Jay Gross, West Conroe Baptist Church, Pastor Mark Hartman, Sugar Creek Baptist Church, Pastor Juan Carlos Heredia, Sugar Creek Baptist Church (Spanish Ministry)Pastor Khan Huynh, Vietnamese Baptist Church, Pastor Robert Jefferson, Cullen Baptist Church, Pastor Elmo Johnson, Rose of Sharon Baptist, Pastor Jesus Lemus, Casa De Restauracion, Pastor Lloyd Maddoux, First Assembly of God,  Pastor Jerry Martin, Light of the World Fellowship, Pastor Ismael Martinez, Iglesias Cristo Viene, Pastor Gregg Matte, Houston’s First Baptist Church, Pastor Ramon Medina, Champion Forest Baptist Church (Spanish Ministry), Pastor John Morgan, Sagemont Church, Pastor Joshua Ong, Church of the Living God,  Pastor Dario Parish, Comunidad de Gracia, Pastor Dave Peterson, Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, Rev. Doug Richnow, St. John the Divine Episcopal, Pastor Steve Riggle, Grace Community Church, Doug Stringer, Somebody Cares America, Pastors Rene and Amelia Villafranca, Comunidad de Amor

(Partial list only)

 

 


 
Powered by IMN