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    Have you ever heard the old saying, "That dog's chasing that car, but he wouldn't know what to do with it if he caught it!"
   God will know exactly what to do with us, where to place us and how to use us if we just keep Chasing Him...
    There is a popular tattoo trend right now that is simply a "41." A little investigating will uncover the meaning of it:

- David killed Goliath on Day 41.
- Noah received the sun on Day 41.
- Jesus began his earthly ministry on Day 41 and there are other examples...

     Just keep on "CHASING" and your Day 41 will come! There is a reason the windshield is bigger than the rearview. So don't turn around!

Small Town Sunday is Your 2024 Country Gospel Group Of The Year

Gospel Music Fan Fair had their Fan Awards on May 11th where many Christian Country and Southern Gospel Artists were recognized in various categories that the fans vote on. 

The long-awaited new single release has hit radio!

"The Days He Can Believe"

Small Town Sunday has been writing and recording for about a year now. 2021 and 2022 were filled with loss and grief for the band. They lost Holly's dad, brother and mom, followed by Matt's mom and then Stephen lost his dad. The previous recording was actually recorded in the middle of these tragedies. 

Now the music is about healing and overcoming the loss. The first single hit radio on February 15th and was written in honor of Matt's dad, Rev. Sherman Branch. Rev. Branch, who has always been that strong standing rock of faith was even shaken by the tragic loss of his wife. The song was penned by Matt and two of his best songwriting friends Brent Baxter and Randy Maynor and is a powerful reminder that even though there are hard days when its hard to have faith there are days when we let Him fix us and we believe and get through the hurt.

Stay tuned for a release date on all your favorite platforms!

Small Town Sunday Added to Covenant Connection Artist Roster

Rising Christian music booking agency, Covenant Connection has announced the addition of the power-house Christian Country band, Small Town Sunday to the company’s artist roster. Bill Evilsizer, owner of Covenant Connection, says he is extremely happy to have the opportunity to represent this award winning trio.

Formally known as Dixie Revival, this trio features the powerful voices of Holly Robinson-Branch, Matt Branch, and Stephen Robertson. Before they came to be, they were previously part of different groups: Three For One, No Compromise, and Dixie Still. Now, Small Town Sunday is spreading the message of being survivors and the importance of recognizing you're not alone amongst your battles.

Just as Covenant Connection is delighted to have the opportunity to represent Small Town Sunday, STS is honored and thrilled to be represented by Bill Evilsizer and his team. “The first conversation we had with Bill with our manager, Michael Turner we knew God was involved in adding this guy to our family. Hearing his testimony, we knew right away he was a tremendous fit to the ministry team!" Holly states.

For more information about bringing them to your area contact William Evilsizer -, call 812.292.0069 or visit

That's A Wrap!

2 New Music Videos in Production

Baucom Media recently visited our hometown to shoot 2 new music videos being released this year! We were excited to be able to feature many of our family and friends in both videos. The two new songs will also be released on an upcoming new album release!


Now streaming!

The original Christmas tune, penned by Matt & Holly Branch with their hometown friend, Mike Dufault has officially released to all streaming platforms as well as radio!

When asked to sing a song at their home church one Christmas the then trio wrote the song about how Christmas was in the small towns they grew up in with a twist at the end that had them all in tears that afternoon. Check it out and add it to that Holiday Playlist this year!

Just to be considered is so humbling.