Our Label

By travis.kotara   |    No Comment    |     Geoff Lynn

My wife Ashley and I didn’t realize that the thunderclouds were building after only four months of trying to start a family. We couldn’t see then that we were just entering our LifeStorm. We couldn’t see at that point how much we would long and... - Continue Reading


By Trae Sweatt   |    With 1 Comment    |     Trae Sweatt

When I think about peace and comfort, I can’t help but think about mommas. Especially my mom! Growing up, when I was hurt or having a rough day, it was my mom that I ran too. She was always prepared to hug me, encourage me,... - Continue Reading

The Shelter

By Judy Stallwitz   |    With 3 Comments    |     Judy Stallwitz

While hurricanes traditionally receive names like Camille, Katrina, and Sandy, some of the most destructive storms are merely known by locations or dates. Tornados have no names, yet their force and destruction can strike fear in a heart. The small East Texas town in which... - Continue Reading

One Word

By Kevin Tuttle   |    With 2 Comments    |     Kevin Tuttle

I had a paper route in middle school. Newspapers on doorsteps and phones that were mounted on walls. It was a different time then. To do my route I would ride my bike or sometimes just walk, and I’d make my way through the neighborhood... - Continue Reading

Finding What’s Lost

By Chase Clark   |    No Comment    |     Chase Clark

Who did you used to look up to? Who did you want to be when you were growing up? For me, it was Tiger Woods. See clip: I remember watching this and just imagining what it would have been like to be there in the... - Continue Reading

Jesus The King

By Mark Brown   |    No Comment    |     Mark Brown

Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion!     Shout, Daughter Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you,     righteous and victorious, lowly and riding on a donkey,     on a colt, the foal of a donkey. Zechariah 9:9 As I imagine it, there wasn’t a... - Continue Reading