Nate (Nate) Schatzline (R-SH093)
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Capitol: 512.463.0562
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District: 512.463.0731
Room E1.410 Capitol Extension 1100 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701

District Office:
6642 North Riverside Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76137
Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Adrienne   
Committee Assignments
MemberHouse Committee on County Affairs
MemberHouse Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Counties Representing


Nate Schatzline 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.

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.