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The church began life as a mission on the Lower East Side of New York City in the mid- 1970s.It was founded by Blair Adams, a tall, imposing, bearded man, and his wife Regina, who according to one former member, had broken away from a Pentecostal church in Austin a few years before.Driving up to the pretty café, built of log and stone and nestled among cedars at the side of a single-track road, you would think you’d stepped into another era.This is the public face of Homestead Heritage, a 500-acre religious community of about 1,000 people seven miles northwest of Waco.Perry currently sits on the Senate Committee on Higher Education for the 83rd Legislative Interim.In the Texas House, Perry served on the House Committee on Appropriations, as Vice-Chair of the House Committee on Government Efficiency and Reform and the Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations.
He is also a deacon at his church, Southcrest Baptist.
Adams, now in his mid-60s, taught that the end times were near and his followers needed to learn to live off the land.
The group first tried community living at a ranch in Colorado, but eventually settled on a 500-acre farm in Mc Lennan County, near Waco. Services are held every Friday night and Sunday, but for its members ― and they currently number about 1,000 ― Homestead Heritage is a way of life.
found more allegations of sexual abuse of children that have never been reported to the authorities.
Church elders failed to promptly inform law enforcement of sexual abuse of children, as required by state law.