“Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day.” ~ Thomas Jefferson to Du Pont de Nemours, April 24, 1816
“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.” Ephesians 5:11 (NKJV)
The Vision of Concerned Women for America of Texas:
CWA of Texas envisions a culture that reveres all stages of life from conception to natural death; supports the Biblical pattern for families; educates our youth with unbiased truth; protects people from the perversities of pornography; allows citizens to practice their faith unfettered by governmental regulations; and stands for the protection of our country with uncompromised national sovereignty.
The Mission of Concerned Women for America of Texas:
CWA of Texas will motivate, educate, activate, and train Texans to stand for Biblical principles in public policies.
A Prayer/Action Chapter is a group of people who meet, usually once a month, to pray, learn and take action regarding legislation that falls under CWA’s seven core issues. Click here to find a Prayer/Action Chapter in your area and learn more.
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Orange, TX 77631
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Texas News & Headlines
Believe it or not, the Bexar County Commissioners Court in San Antonio, Texas, has decided to use tax dollars to fund a monument dedicated to a pagan goddess. It is…
On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, Ann Hettinger, Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Texas State Director, spoke at a Texas Values-sponsored press conference at the state Capitol in Austin. The…
The hard-fought Texas Privacy Act (SB 3) will be heard in the Texas Senate Affairs Committee tomorrow. Protesters were on full display this week, sitting on their rainbow toilets atop…
Though the Texas 2017 legislative session has just ended, the Texas Privacy Act, Senate Bill 6, still needs your help. SB 6 was passed in the Senate but was not…
State Director quoted in The Daily Signal.
With the Texas House finally debating and passing a budget, they now have no reason to delay in hearing conservative bills on the floor. CWA of Texas has two bills…
Click here to watch KFDM.com video coverage in which State Director Dana Hodges is interviewed.
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Dana Hodges represented both CWA of Texas and herself as she gave testimony in support of SB 6 on Tuesday, March 7. It was passed out of committee with a…
Dana Hodges represented both CWA of Texas and herself as she gave testimony in support of SB 6. It was passed out of committee with a 7-1 vote. Senate Committee…
Three important bills which we have previously brought to your attention will be heard early next week at the State Capitol in Austin. Please act on these bills by the…