Greetings to you on this great day of the our Lord and Savior!
The great industrialist Henry Ford said, "Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success." We come together in a new season of kingdom service through the Texas Northeast First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction.
As Jesus concluded His priestly prayer, He prayed for Christian unity: “That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me.” As we continue this season, I am confident that we will continue to come together, stay together and work together to make our Jurisdiction a model throughout the Brotherhood.
walking in god's plan
There are certain moments in our lives that we experience a transition. Each transition comes with a new set of goals, objectives, and ambitions.
Prepared for God's Calling
A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the LORD directeth his steps (Proverbs 16:9, KJV).
Bishop James E Hornsby, Prelate of Texas Northeast First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction was born a leader who leads with a true vision from God. He serves to promote, develop, and empower Christian leaders, congregations, and workers to impact communities and advance World Missions with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Bishop Hornsby has served in many positions within the Church of God in Christ: District Superintendent, Financial Secretary, Assistant Dean of the Ordination and Licensing Institute, Chairman of the Executive Committee, member of the Trustee Board, and member of the Program Committee for the Texas Northeast Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. On the national level, Bishop Hornsby has served as a member of the Budget Review Committee and as a noted facilitator for the Annual Leadership Training Conference. He is the Pastor of Cathedral of Faith in Euless, Texas and Saintsville Sanctuary Church of God in Christ in Dallas, Texas.
Bishop Hornsby is a native of Waco, Texas. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management, with post-graduate studies in organizational and strategic leadership, management, real estate investment and commercial construction. He worked as a corporate executive for more than 13 years. Bishop and Lady Hornsby have three children who are committed to God and in-service to the church. They also have three grandchildren.