Violence is never the answer

by Rucker Preston If there was ever a time that Jesus could have advocated for any level of violence as a means to an end, it was the night that He was betrayed. When the priests and officers carried torches, swords and clubs to arrest Jesus, Peter struck the ear of the high priest’s servant […]

Standing against hate is not nearly enough

by Rucker Preston After the events that unfolded just a few days ago in Charlottesville, it is encouraging to hear people, especially faith leaders across our state and country, speak out in opposition to hate speech and the groups that advance such ideas. In my own church on Sunday, I heard these words preached from […]

Advocating for Biblical Justice

“I ask you a question; not what, but rather…who. Who do you believe in? In whom do you put your trust?” That was one of the questions that Rucker Preston, the new TxCCDN State Coordinator left with members of the Texas House Investments and Financial Services Committee yesterday at the Capitol in Austin. Preston, along […]