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CrossPoint Community Church Pastor Serves as Pastor of the Day in the Texas Senate

Katy Texas News
Posted March 2, 2011

Senator Glenn Hegar (R) of Katy announced that Dan Hauser, Pastor of the SevenLakes Campus of  CrossPoint Community Church in Katy, recently served as Pastor of the Day in the Texas Senate. Senator Hegar and his family attend CrossPoint Community Church.

Every legislative day during the Session, a clergyman from one of the thirty-one Senators’ districts serves as the Pastor of the Day. On February 23, Pastor Hauser gave the blessing before the Senate passed the landmark SJR 1 which would place a call to Congress to consider a balanced budget amendment.

Hauser appropriately prayed, “Lord, today as we go about our business for this land with the decisions that need to be made and the justice that needs to be upheld, we ask for your wisdom, your discernment, and your blessing. May you work through all that we do to rule and lead well in a way that brings freedom, liberty, prosperity, and peace to the people of Texas.”

“Pastor Hauser’s prayer was a powerful and inspirational opening prayer for the Texas Senate that set the appropriate tone and focus for day,” says Senator Hegar.

Pastor Hauser earned his Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Concordia University and was ordained at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. He has been pastor of the SevenLakes Campus of CrossPoint Community Church since 2007. He and his wife Andrea and their three children reside in Katy, Texas.

Glenn Hegar is the Senator for Senate District 18, which covers 19 counties, including Waller and Fort Bend Counties. He and his wife Dara and their three children reside in Katy, Texas.

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Lt. Governor David Dewhurst, Pastor Dan Hauser, and Senator Glenn Hegar on the Senate floor.

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