July 14, 2022
6:30pm - 8pm
Science Spectrum
2579 S Loop 289
Lubbock, 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 are also hearing from Emily Cook, of Texas Right to Life, who will be sharing real life stories of those impacted by the 10-day rule.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Rocky Malloy
Intro: Emily Cook
Thursday, July 14
*Please note, Lubbock is now meeting on
the 2nd Thursday of each month!
 Science Spectrum (South Entrance)
2579 S Loop 289 Lubbock, TX 79423
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.

About Rocky Malloy:

Rocky Malloy Founder & CEO, Mission Generation, Inc.
[email protected] c. 858-472-6084
Visionary Leader, Author, Speaker, Educator, and Activist for Children’s Rights.
In 1954, Rocky was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Early in his career, Rocky worked as a U.S. Merchant Marine Officer where he was exposed to the horrific poverty and cultural despair that only Jesus’ truth and love can solve. Rocky became a missionary in 1989, arriving on the Mosquito Coast of Honduras during the Sandinista Civil War. During this time, he met his wife and ministry partner, Joske, who was a Dutch nurse serving in the conflict. Since then, Rocky and Joske have served as missionaries in Honduras, Bolivia, Chile, and Panama. As an ordained minister of the Gospel, Rocky leads a ministry serving over 13 million people in 23 countries. He has been passionate about sharing Jesus his entire adult life. Rocky’s zeal to preach the Gospel, combined with his high tolerance for risk and adventure, resulted him in receiving a life sentence in a Mexican Federal Prison. The arrest, sentencing, incarceration and dismissal took place in a miraculous 72 hours. His desire to share his good gone-bad story is captured in the documentary Pirate School.
Since 1999, Rocky has led Mission Generation in providing accredited Social Emotional Learning (Life-Skills and Social Development) programs for Pre-K through 12th grade, which is taught during regular school hours. Soon after, he developed an international school chaplain program that has since experienced parabolic growth. Rocky started Iglesia Rio de Vida (River of Life Church) and an Oral Roberts University-affiliated Bible school before
launching the school chaplaincy program. As a result, several thousand churches have been planted worldwide, primarily in Islamic nations. In 2018, after 28 years of living in various Latin American countries, Rocky and his family moved to Houston, Texas. Rocky has a clear vision, which is to bring he and his family’s international success to U.S. public schools to give school-aged children the tools they need to make quality life decisions based on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Rocky and Joske were married in Groningen, Holland in 1990 and have five beautiful children, all serving the Lord.

About Emily Cook:

As a mom and East Texas native, Emily has devoted her career to the protection of innocent human Life and helping others. Emily is an attorney and currently serves as General Counsel of Texas Right to Life, focusing on nonprofit corporate governance law, campaign finance law and patient advocacy issues. Emily has worked numerous Texas legislative sessions, is involved in several boards within her local community and is chair of the Liberty County Republican Party.