Texas Congressman Ted Poe will be the featured speaker at the Christian Business Luncheon’s (CBL) Annual Pastors Appreciation Luncheon, Tuesday, Oct. 9, from 12 to 1 p.m.
Each year the Christian Business Luncheon, a group that meets monthly in Tomball, honors local pastors with a Pastor Appreciation Luncheon and guest speaker. CBL Board member Paul Pizzi said this is a very special event.
“I hope anyone who has been thinking about visiting the CBL will take this opportunity to come out and visit us, meet our local pastors and hear a fine speaker,” he said.
Congressman Poe is a leading advocate in Washington for limited government, free markets, low taxes and individual liberty. Prior to serving in Congress, Poe was a criminal court judge in Houston where he garnered national media attention for his innovative sentences – dubbed “Poetic Justice.”
Congressman Poe serves on the House Judiciary and Foreign Affairs Committees. He is an outspoken advocate for border security, frequently visiting the southern border to meet with law enforcement and residents.
Congressman Poe is a 30-year resident of Humble. He and his wife attend Bammel Church of Christ. They have four grown children and 10 grandchildren.
Doors for the CBL Pastors Appreciation Luncheon will open at 11:30 a.m. at the Elmer L. Beckendorf Conference Center at Lone Star College-Tomball, 30555 Tomball Parkway. There is no fee for the luncheon, donations are accepted.
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