September 12, 2022
6:30pm - 8pm
House of Grace TX
7850 Davis Blvd.
North Richland Hills, TX

True Texas Project is hosting a series of events this fall in order to prepare True Texans for the next legislative session. For this meeting we have invited a handful of our allied state legislators to participate in a panel discussion as a way of partnering with them and working towards accountability in the future. We will be discussing what their expectations are for the next legislative session, what each person’s priorities will be as a representative of the people, and then we will have a time of Q&A from the audience! This is a FREE opportunity to make your voice heard, and to meet face to face with some of the men and women who will be representing the people of this great state.

True Texas Project
Panelists: Tony Tinderholt, Brian Harrison,
Nate Schatzline, Bryan Slaton
Date: Monday, September 12th
Location: House of Grace TX
7850 Davis Blvd. North Richland Hills, TX
5:30pm – Prayer meeting
5:45pm – $5 dinner (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs



About Tony Tinderholt:

Tony Tinderholt is a father, retired combat veteran, and state representative from House District 94. He is serving his fourth term in the Texas Legislature, representing the people of Arlington, Dalworthington Gardens, and Pantego in Tarrant County. Tinderholt serves on the Committee on Homeland Security & Public Safety as well as the Committee on Defense & Veterans’ Affairs. He is the Chairman of the House Veterans Caucus and serves as a Floor Leader for the House Republican Caucus.
Before his state service, Tinderholt had a decorated military career. In his 21 years in the armed forces, Major (Ret.) Tinderholt served tours across several continents. Among other accolades, he was awarded the Bronze Star and the Combat Action Badge.
He is the proud father of his four children and three grandchildren and is happily married to Bethany, a loving mother, Executive Director of the Arlington Police Foundation, and former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader.

About Brian Harrison:
Brian Harrison is a passionate and effective advocate for limited government and individual liberty who proudly represents House District 10, comprised of Ellis and parts of Henderson Counties. A native Texan and graduate of Ovilla Christian School, Brian and his family have long been involved in Ellis County and committed themselves to protecting our fundamental, constitutional rights.

During the Trump Administration, Brian served as the Chief of Staff at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the largest government agency in the world with a budget of over $1.4 trillion and 25 divisions, where he led a staff of over 85,000 employees.

Under his leadership, HHS protected the unborn, secured the border, increased private health insurance options, advanced government policies that decreased costs, protected patients, increased transparency and accountability, inserted free market forces into the healthcare sector, and responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. He helped launch Operation Warp Speed and successfully led historic deregulatory efforts such as sunsetting almost 20,000 regulations, ending unfair taxes, eliminating harmful programs, instituting a taxpayer accountability board, and creating term limits for senior career officials. His actions have been projected to save billions of dollars.

Brian has also held positions at other federal agencies. These include working on sensitive intelligence issues at the U.S. Department of Defense, managing complex domestic and worldwide operations in the office of the Vice President at the White House, and serving in the office of the Commissioner at the U.S. Social Security Administration.

Small business is the backbone of the American economy, and Brian has worked with his wife and father in multiple small, family-run businesses in Texas. He has also worked as an independent consultant for various clients, as a director at a public affairs firm helping oversee their healthcare portfolio, and is an alumni of the American Council on Germany’s Young Leaders program.

Within hours of being sworn-in to the Texas legislature in October of 2021, Brian authored HB 168, the Texas COVID Vaccine Freedom Act, to comprehensively ban all forced COVID vaccinations in Texas. A regular guest on national television, Brian is a leader in the fight to protect liberty against tyrannical, big-government policies that harm Texans.

Brian is a proud member of the fightin’ Texas Aggie class of 2004, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and also studied Business Administration and Political Science. He is an instrument-rated private pilot who lives in Ellis County, TX with his wife, Tara, and their four children.

About Bryan Slaton:

Born in Mineola, Texas, Bryan Slaton is a proud East Texan with values and principles that represent the great people of East Texas. These values were formed as he grew up regularly participating in church and family gatherings. Bryan attended Ouachita Baptist University, where he earned a double major in Youth Ministry/Speech Communication. He then attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and earned a Masters of Divinity with Biblical Languages. He served in the ministry as a Youth and Family Minister for 13 years.

Continuing his education, Bryan graduated from The University of North Texas, where he earned a Bachelor degree in Business Administration Accounting. Bryan now works at the family business.

Bryan Slaton is passionate about helping the people of East Texas obtain and maintain a Government that is transparent, protects liberty, defends the sanctity of life and fulfills the will of the sovereign people of Texas.

Representative Slaton enjoys hunting and shooting. Bryan and his wife, Sharmen, have been married for 3 years. They have a son, Maximus, and attend Fellowship Church – Royse City.

About Nate Schatzline:

Nate is a proud Christian, and a devoted husband and father of two boys. He is a former pastor, the founder of For Liberty & Justice, an organization that is dedicated to mobilizing the local church to see reformation in government, and he serves as the director of operations for The Justice Reform, an anti-human trafficking organization based out of Fort Worth, Texas. “It’s time to make a stand for our kids, for our personal liberties, and for our Christian values! I’m running for state rep of district 93 to protect the next generation and fight for our families!”

Nate grew up along with his sister, traveling the world with his mom and dad who were ministers, authors, and business owners. He attributes much of his success to growing up in a loving home where he was taught to work hard, put family first, love people, and honor God in everything he does. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree from Southwestern Assemblies of God University, in Waxahachie, Texas, which is where he met his sweetheart and wife of 9 years, Adrienne. He then went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude with his Master’s Degree in Political Science at Liberty University. Nate says that his wife Adrienne is his best friend and greatest supporter, and his two boys, Jackson and Anderson, are the pride and joy of his life.

Over the last nine years, Nate and Adrienne have served as pastors and have lead a youth and young adult movement dedicated to discipling the next generation of Christ-followers. In addition to his time in ministry, Nate has served as a professor of economics, and has served multiple political campaigns including Republican Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne’s 2020 campaign for Congress. He has also been an overseer of a public school mentorship program that is responsible for mentoring hundreds of at-risk students in multiple cities, and teaching students that they are not the product of their environment, but that they were born on purpose with a purpose.