Our 2013 Conference will be held July 13th at the Oklahoma Community Center located at 27222 Conroe Huffsmith in Magnolia 77354 beginning at 9Am (doors open at 8AM). The theme for our conference is “Can Texas Stand Alone?”. We have fantastic line up of speakers, any one would be worth a drive across Texas to hear in person.
|Children under 12 yrs.||Free|
Lunch will be provided at no additional charge
Tickets are available at http://texasls.eventbrite.com/ or by sending a check or money order payable to the Texas League of the South to:
9852 N. Crystal Springs
Conroe, TX 77303
For more information call Joe Sager (Conference Coordinator) at 936-856-5319
Pastor John Weaver
Pastor John Weaver of Fitzgerald, Georgia is a graduate of Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Theology and attended graduate school at BJU. He is an author, lecturer, conference speaker, and pastor. He has been in the Christian ministry over 38 years. During that time, he has pastored, helped plant churches, Christian schools and has been guest lecturer in Christian colleges.
Pastor Weaver is married and is the father of four children. He has six grandchildren.
Pastor Weaver is now engaged in an evangelistic and conference ministry and travels across the country expounding the Word of God. He has preached in America, Canada, and England. He is the author of the book The Christian and Civil Government, in which he graphically details the responsibilities of both Christians and government. His second book, The Sovereignty of God and Civil Government deals with the Kingship of Christ and the rebellion of civil government to the role to which Christ has ordained for them. It is a book that calls for decisive action. His third book, The Biblical Truth about God’s Righteous Vengenace demonstrates that the wicked and rebellious civil rulers shall not go unpunished.
Pastor Weaver has a video and audio tape ministry that reaches into many areas of our country and into Europe, South Africa, Australia, Scotland, and Wales. He has hundreds of tapes of Biblical expositions on subjects as theology, economics, history, Southern history, constitutionalism, civil government, and practical Christian obedience.
Pastor Weaver is an expositor of the whole Word of God. His preaching style is in the tradition of those early American pastors whose pulpits were the cradle of Christian liberty in America.
Walter values the individual liberty guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, and he is a strong believer in free markets, fiscal responsibility, and personal accountability. Walter currently resides in Texas with his wife Gianna.
David Thomas Roberts
Originally from southern Illinois, David Thomas Roberts moved to San Antonio, Texas in 1967 when he was eight years old. His family made regular trips to the Alamo with family, friends, neighbors and visiting relatives during the1968 World ‘s Fair, “Hemisphere ’68 and in years after.”
The story of The Alamo, the spirit of all its Texan heroes, and the fight for Texas independence left an indelible impression on him that has endured a lifetime.
As a “naturalized” Texan, Roberts has become a staunch defender and admirer of all things Texas, including her rich and unique history, politics, culture and people.
The author is active in politics and the movement for modern-day Texas Independence, and has been a speaker at Tea Party events.
Being a sixth-generation Texan, Jeffrey Murrah grew up surrounded by history. From his early childhood, he listened to family stories about his forbearers and their connection with the Alamo, San Jacinto, Gettysburg and Normandy. He also walked the battlefields and historic sites where his own history and that of Texas overlapped at places like San Jacinto, Goliad and Gonzales. When he attended public school in Pasadena, Texas, when it came time for studying Texas history, he found himself miles ahead of his peers. Researching and learning about history kindled a new passion in his life.
For Jeffrey, history was not merely old stories in books. Through his research, the people took on a new life. The events became more human and the situations faced continue stirring emotions. As an adult, he visited battlefields, researched people, events and historic sites across Texas and the world gaining a better understanding and awareness of the history that shapes us. He combined history with archeology and psychology in his research. From Judge Isaac Parker’s courtroom in Fort Smith, Arkansas to St. Paul’s prison cell in Rome, he has read, experienced and researched many facets of historical experiences. His passion for history has inspired his writing two award winning books on Texas and the exploits of military units his relatives belonged to. His research and findings have also been featured on the Texas Parks and Wildlife radio show.
Historic and heritage groups across Texas have asked him to speak and share his thought provoking insights. Whether speaking in schools, court houses, restaurants or libraries his audiences enjoy what he shares with them. His speaking locations include Gonzales, Galveston, Sugar Land, Conroe, Arlington, Anderson, Bryan, Chappell Hill, Houston, Temple, Pasadena and Waco. He was also named the official historian for the Terry’s Texas Rangers re-enactment group (http://www.terrysrangers.us/) which were featured in such movies as “The Postman”, “The Patriot”, “Gettysburg” and “Ride with the Devil”. He was also invited for several years as one of the authors signing their books at the annual San Jacinto Day celebrations in Deer Park, Texas.
Jeff’s love of history has also led to his chasing down the Texas embassy locations in European capitols and being commissioned an Admiral in the Texas Navy by Governor Rick Perry for his accomplishments. His travel and research have culminated in his latest history book, Texans Always Move Them: A True History of Texas. This book debuted at the ceremony marking the 100th Anniversary of the Terry’s Texas Ranger Monument at the State Capitol.
Besides a love of history, he has a heart for helping hurting marriages and families. This love of helping families and marriages led to him becoming a counselor, Sunday School teacher and college professor as well. His writings on marriage and the family have a world-wide following. In 2010, he was selected for inclusion in the “Counseling Courier’s Marriage Counselor Hall of Fame” as being one of the top 15 counselors.
Firmly believing that a man takes his convictions into all that he does, he joined the Sons of the Republic of Texas, Sons of Confederate Veterans and the League of the South. Within those groups he combined his efforts at preserving history and family values.
Steve Baysinger is the legislative liaison of the Tenth Amendment Center-Texas, the Texas chapter of the national Tenth Amendment Center, a non-partisan, non-profit organization. The Tenth Amendment Center seeks to restore the responsibility of the 50 States and their citizens to deal with issues whose jurisdiction is reserved exclusively to the several states and to the people therein by the Tenth Amendment of the United States constitution:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
Steve served as the Bexar County election coordinator for Dr. Donna Campbell (SD-25) during the 2012 primary and run-off elections. Dedicated volunteers and an aggressive ground game ensured Dr. Campbell’s election to the Texas 83rd Legislature on 6 Nov 2012.
Steve is currently Precinct Chair (PCT 3164), Bexar County, where he has served since 2010.
A retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, Steve Baysinger works full time as a supplier quality representative for The Boeing Company in San Antonio. He is married and lives with his wife and daughter in north Bexar County.
Dwayne Stoval is a father of 3, a small business owner in Liberty County and the Vice President of the Refounding Father Society – Houston Chapter. A firm believer in State’s rights and was a 2012 candidate for State Representative – District 18. Hoping that someone with Jeffersonian principles would step up to run against U.S. Senator John Cornyn, and since it has not happened, he has decided to test the waters.