Meet Christian

Christian Collins is a conservative political activist, small business owner, the son of former missionaries, and alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin. He is the former campaign manager and longtime advisor to Congressman Kevin Brady, and he served as a part of Governor Greg Abbott, Senator Ted Cruz, and Congressman Dan Crenshaw's political teams. Christian is also the founder of Texas Youth Summit, educating youth on why socialism does not work and reaching youth with the Conservative Message. He hosts a weekly podcast, The Christian Collins Show, and is passionate about speaking on high school and college campuses as well as churches on why they should be involved in the political process to protect America's liberty.

christian's projects

Christian is involved in many ventures in Texas, from politics to a person's spiritual journey.  Click on the pictures below to learn more.

Tx Youth Summit

Christian is the Founder of the Texas Youth Summit. The mission of this organization is to identify, educate, and train students to promote principles of fiscal responsibility, free market, limited government, American Exceptionalism, and the Judeo-Christian principles this country was founded upon.
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authored book

Christian's first authored book, Second Wind: A 365-Day Devotional to Pursuing God’s Greater Calling, was launched in January 2020. This 365-day devotional book is a collection of daily devotionals written to encourage you to keep running until you find your second wind in Christ.
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Christian is a small business owner, consulting businesses and non-profits, and is a political advisor. Often requested as a keynote speaker, Christian regularly speaks to churches and organizations on why they should get involved in the political process. 
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book christian as a speaker

Christian is often a keynote speaker at events.  Contact him via email to schedule him for your next event.  Please include the date, time, and nature of the event.   We will respond within 24 hours.