As you read through Scripture, it is easy to see that the Christian experience is rooted in stories. Our stories are what bind us together. Stories of Redemption. Stories of Grace. Stories of Life. All of us are ultimately a part of a larger story - God's story.
It is our hope to share stories of God moving and working in our lives, to celebrate the bigger story that God is writing among us all.
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Kayla's story

    Last year God led me to FBC Liberty City where I heard Pastor Paul Michael preach and gave my life to Jesus. After I was baptized and continued to grow in Jesus, I felt God leading me to an overseas ministry. I am currently living with a family in Germany and serving as an Au-Pair and attending University. I just had to share my past week with you...  

Bruce's story

    Life is good…. God is faithful. I was raised and taught that marriage was “until death do we part.” But it takes two to make that work. In 1980, I was left with two small children to raise and an imminent threat of losing them. I prayed Psalm 84:7 to God claiming His promise that He will not withhold any good thing from His children. My children were the best thing I had and He heard my cry. I got custody of them when men in Texas almost never got custody of their children. 
    God sent me Judy and two more children. We raised four together and it was not easy. We could only afford to drive junker cars and we cleaned toilets to provide them with a Christian school. Twenty-two years ago God sent us to this wonderful church and soon Judy and I will have 37 years together.
    I love my job. We don't drive lemons anymore. Life is good. Because God is good.

Tanya's story

    Since being diagnosed with colon cancer almost a year ago I have experienced a peace in my life that only the Lord God can give. I can honestly say I have never doubted my Lord’s plan for my life during this cancer walk. I give Him all glory and honor as the Lord has gone before me, preparing the way by giving me His peace - not as the world gives. His mercies have come from my wonderful church family who continue to help, encourage, and uphold me in prayer to this day, and medical staff that were always kind in difficult situations. I have been able to speak to some and pray with them of my Savior’s love for me and them. And I feel cancer is worth it to do that.  
    I have found that divine peace that passes all understanding because I would never have been able to walk this path without knowing His peace. I pray whoever reads this knows the Lord’s peace and finds refuge and love only in knowing Jesus Christ as your personal Savior can bring. Hi plans for us are good sf to bring glory and honor to Him only. 
    “For He who is mighty has done great things for me, and holy is His name,” Luke 1:49.


    When I was growing up my family and I were part of a church family in Arkansas. We went to church regularly, we went on trips with our church and were involved in many other church related functions.  In June of 1999, we moved to Texas, I was 17 years old. It was a very tough time for me. Everyone I grew up with for the past 17 years was now 2.5 hours away and I was starting a new school in the 11th grade. My family visited several churches but never found one that we continued to visit regularly or became a member of. While I was attending high school here in Texas, I did not make too many friends, but it was during this time that I met a very important friend. I became friends with a very special girl, which later became my wife...