Meet our CMI team. They're awesome. We promise.


CamEron and Brooke Holley


Cameron and Brooke Holley serve as the college and career leaders at Life Tabernacle. Cameron was raised in Wichita Falls and met Brooke, an Atlanta, Georgia native, while attending college in St. Louis, Missouri. The two married and moved to Wichita Falls in 2014. Cameron is a musician, web/graphic/motion designer, artist, sports nerd, and fighting game aficionado. Brooke's favorite thing to do is travel and experience new cultures. Cameron is employed by Crane West advertising, where he handles web design, video capture and editing. Brooke is employed by Life Tabernacle, where she serves as Office Administrator. 


angel norman


My name is Angel Norman, military brat, and twenty-two year old Education Major at MSU. I attend Life Tabernacle, here in Wichita Falls and became actively involved with CMI at it's inception on the MSU campus. In my spare time, I love being with my family and friends, and traveling the world. My long term goals are to get a master's degree at UNT and to join the Department of Defense program for teaching around the world. I have two main mottos in life: "Fries before guys" (just a little humor for you) and "You're never fully dressed without a smile. 


Thomas L'Esperance

Vice President

Hello! My name is Thomas Michael L’Esperance. I am a student of chemistry and mathematics at Midwestern State University. Though I have lived in Texas for almost three years, I grew up in southern California in a ski resort town called Big Bear Lake. Despite missing six feet of snow and peaceful, pine forests at 7000ft above sea level, life here in Texas has grown on me. I am most passionate about God and commitment to my church, Life Tabernacle, and I most enjoy spending time with the people I love (especially when it concerns food)!  I am thankful for an opportunity to earn an education in science and to live true life.


Jessie Armey

Secretary and Treasurer

Jessie Armey is currently enrolled at Midwestern State University as a History/Education major.  He is in his sophomore year.  After growing up in sunny Florida he moved to Texas in 2003.  He is happily to married to Candice, father to Isaiah and Jeremiah, and is a locally licensed minister in the United Pentecostal Church.  Jessie and his wife have served faithfully in various ministry capacities in their thirteen years of marriage, including various youth and outreach ministries.  Currently, they are teaching an ongoing weekly Bible study in their home, which has been their passion for over four years now.  When he graduates, he plans on teaching History, and from there work on publishing and creative writing.  In his spare time, he enjoys reading and retro-style video games.