My name is Scott McCullough.
My wife, Lori and I are owners of SonServers.Com. I thank you for considering
us while searching for a web host.
We are a family owned, and operated
business. We are not the oldest, or the largest web hosting
company on the Internet by any means... and that's ok with us. We have
no intention of web hosting domination or multi-million dollar profits.
We are real, reachable,
and we very much enjoy the relationships that we
have built with our clients over the years while hosting
their web sites.
Our original intention
was, and still is, to provide inexpensive,
and high quality web hosting
services for Christian's web sites. The "Christian"
label was never intended to be a "gimmick".
We use the "Christian" label to let
potential clients know that our desire is to
serve the web hosting needs of Christians.
We strive to conduct
our business in a Christian-like manner. To
us, this means putting restrictions on allowable
content, providing excellent service, and serving our
clients the way we would wish to be served.
We feel Christian restrictions on web site content
should go much deeper than just "no
We do not want you to feel
you should host your family-friendly or Christian
web site with us just because of a Christian
label. But, if you are looking for a inexpensive
provider that offers great service, chooses
not to host content that Christians would find
offensive, and strives to conduct business in
a Christian manner, then please consider allowing
us to serve you.
I grew up as
basically an unchurched kid, but I did go to Bible Camps and Bible
for many summers. I thought I was saved because at the end of the
week of camp, I threw my stick in the bonfire just like the others.
As I grew older, a friend helped me
understand that I had not made my own decision
to live for Christ. I still don't know if I was ever
really saved in my youth, but now I know I am. At the age of 25, I realized
that I had to choose to accept or deny Christ. I wanted to accept
Christ for the "fire insurance", but I didn't think I
needed Him when it came
time to live my life the way I wanted. My friend helped me to see that we can't
have it both ways. You are either a Christian or you are not.
At that point, I accepted Jesus as my
and began the rest of my life with a new outlook. This did not make
me perfect, and I'm
still a sinner, but I know that Jesus has forgiven
me and I will one day get to meet Him in Heaven
and thank Him for that.
If you would like to know more
about us, or have questions about what Christ can do for you, contact us ...
I'd be happy to meet with you.