February 21, 2023
6:30pm - 8pm
Residence Inn Harlingen
109 Bass Pro Dr.
Harlingen, TX


This month at True Texas Project we will be hearing from Rocky Malloy, the founder and CEO of Mission Generation. This organization is leading the charge in putting Jesus back into public schools and Rocky is here to tell you the “how and why”. It’s no secret that our society is failing children and has ceased to prioritize family structure and faith, so come and learn what can be done to help counter this issue in your own schools. Bring a friend who needs to hear about true solutions to real-world problems!

We will also be hearing from Chris Russo, the founder and President of Texans for Strong Borders.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Rocky Malloy
Intro: Chris Russo
Tuesday, February 21st
Residence Inn by Marriot Harlingen
109 Bass Pro Drive Harlingen, TX
5:30 – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45 – $5 dinner (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.

About Rocky Malloy:

Visionary Leader, Author, Speaker, Educator, and 

Activist for Children’s Rights. 

Born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, in 1954, Rocky began his career as a U.S. Merchant Marine Officer. However, serving overseas exposed him to the horrific poverty and cultural despair that only love and truth Jesus could solve.

In 1989 he put away his oars to become a missionary to the Miskito Indians on the Mosquito Coast of Honduras during the Sandinista Civil War. He met his wife and lifelong ministry partner, Joske, a Dutch nurse, on his arrival. Since that God ordained day the two of them have lived in various Latin American countries ministering the Word of God. As ordained ministers of the Gospel, Rocky and Joske have built an international ministry serving millions of children around the world.

Since 1999, Rocky has led Mission Generation to develop an international school chaplain program that has since experienced parabolic growth. Rocky has a clear vision to bring Mission Generation international success to the U.S. public schools. His lifelong passion is to give school-aged children the tools they need to make quality life decisions based on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and the leading of the Holy Spirit. In 2018, after 28 years of living overseas, Rocky and his family moved to Houston, Texas, to lead U.S. ministry efforts.

Rocky and Joske were married in Groningen, Holland, in 1990 and have five beautiful children and three lovely grandchildren — all serving the Lord.

About Chris Russo:

Chris Russo is the founder and President of Texans for Strong Borders. TFSB exists to advance sane immigration policies in the best interests of citizens. We believe in stopping illegal immigration and a legal immigration system that serves the interests of Americans first. Chris founded TFSB in Spring 2022 after observing that although a host of special interest policy organizations were focused on a myriad of hot-button issues across the conservative spectrum, no group was organized and actively pushing for Texas First immigration policies at the state level.

TFSB’s focus for the upcoming elections in November will be to support candidates who are champions on border security and immigration policy in key races. Going forward into next legislative session in 2023, TFSB will push for 3 main policy proposals.
1. Declare an invasion through Article I, Section 10 of the US Constitution and deploy state resources to secure the border and return illegal aliens across the border directly.
2. Turn off the Magnets—crack down on state and local programs that make it possible for illegal aliens to live in Texas. Sanctuary cities, county health programs, and in-state tuition are just three examples of Texas policies that provide incentives for lawlessness that can be addressed directly by the legislature.
3. Mandate E-Verify for statewide
Before founding the PAC, Chris was an avid grassroots activist and participated in several campaigns around the state and served as the SD-11 GOP Resolutions Committee chair in 2020.
A Houston native, Chris grew up in Clear Lake before attending Texas A&M University, where he obtained bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering and served as Speaker of the Student Senate. Before founding Texans for Strong Borders, he worked in Mission Control at NASA Johnson Space Center for over 6 years.