About Maybe God

About Maybe God

What do you believe? That we’re here because random things happen in the universe, without reason or cause, and over a span of 14 billion years, life as we know it was bound to just happen . . . eventually? Or maybe there is a purpose. Maybe there is a hidden meaning behind existence. Maybe life isn’t a matter of cosmic chance. Maybe God made us. On this podcast, skeptic-at-heart Eric Huffman of The Story Houston talks to artists, politicians, business moguls, prisoners, theologians, atheists and ordinary people in extraordinary situations to address the questions we all have about life, meaning, and the purpose for our existence. He pushes as hard against religion as he does against secularism in search of the only thing that matters: truth.

Eric Huffman


Eric Huffman is the lead pastor of The Story Houston, host of the Maybe God Podcast, and author of 40 Days of Doubt: Devotions for a Skeptic. After a long journey from Bible Belt religion to atheism and back to Christianity, Eric’s passion is to lead new generations to ask their questions, to doubt their doubts, and to know the truth of God through Jesus Christ. Eric believes we should liberate Jesus from the limitations of religion. Religion is about good behavior and living in fear. Jesus came to give us a better way.

To hear more from Eric, subscribe to The Story Houston’s sermon podcast.

Julie Mirlicourtois


Julie spent 16 years producing live and taped television programming for CBS News, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and OWN before moving to Houston with her family in 2015.  In addition to creating episodes of Maybe God, she’s the media director at The Story Houston. For most of her life, Julie has been “spiritual but not religious” and never imagined herself working for a church or producing a podcast about God. But after a series of events following her move to Houston, she couldn’t deny God’s existence and His plan for her life.

Geovanna Huffman

Business Manager / Contributor

Geovanna Huffman currently serves as the executive pastor of The Story Houston, a church she founded with Eric Huffman in 2015, and manages all business operators for the Maybe God Podcast. Geovanna is also a contributing voice on Maybe God, as well as the creator and host of The Story’s newest podcast, The Story At Home. Pastor Geovanna is passionate about helping people discover God’s love in Jesus Christ.

To hear more from Geovanna, subscribe to The Story At Home podcast.

Kat Brough

Associate Producer

Kat moved to Houston in 2016 after graduating from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley with a degree in Mass Communication and a minor in marketing. She has been involved in the church since childhood and enjoys using her gifts and talents to participate and grow ministry efforts – from music to creative endeavors and more. Kat currently serves at The Story Houston as the Communications Manager throughout the week, a job she describes as “God sent” in a time she was seeking out real purpose in her career.

Aubrey Snider

Sound Engineer

Aubrey is a computer engineer from Houston, TX. He is a jack of all trades type, always taking on new projects and learning new skills. His faith has always kept him active within the Church; he enjoys bringing his technical experience to help in creating effective ministry. He joined The Story Houston in 2017 and has since contributed to the development of the church’s technical and media systems. His work with Maybe God includes tech management, recording, and editing.

Nathan Bonnes


Nathan is a guitarist and singer/songwriter from Corpus Christi, Texas. He moved to Houston to attend Rice University, graduating in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in religious studies. After a successful career in country music, Nathan transitioned to leading the worship program at The Story Houston. He’s written and released several popular original singles for the Story Worship band. Nathan, an avid podcast listener, is a contributor on Maybe God.
To hear more from Nathan, listen to the Story Worship band’s original songs.