Love God. Love People. Love Mercy.

the Schott family.


Landon and Heather Schott were married in 2005 and began a life committed to building the Kingdom of God and making Jesus Famous. Landon and Heather have over a decade of experience in youth and young adult ministry teaching a generation to live a life passionately pursuing God. Over the last seven years, Landon and Heather have authored top-selling books while traveling the nation ministering prophetically at churches, conferences, and crusades to the young and old alike.


Landon and Heather

founded The Rev Ministries in 2008, a media ministry that airs TV programs internationally. They founded, a 24/7 online youth and young adult network dedicated to turning the heart of a generation to Jesus through Christ-centered media.

They have a daughter, Payton Olivia Lynn and two sons, Preston Noah Lee and Jackson Porter.
They plan on growing their own family as they work hard to grow God’s family.




Landon was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, and is a loyal Seahawks fan. Landon loves the city life, but he also loves driving Texas country roads in his Chevy truck. He preached his first sermon in Itarsi, India, at age 14. His favorite topic is the Holy Spirit. His favorite prayer is “Speak, Lord, your servant is listening!”



Heather is all about her family. She is madly in love with her husband and children. She enjoys home design and working for Magnolia as a realtor. Her passion is people. Whether ministering at conferences, serving on mission trips, doing one-on-one mentorship or helping victims of human trafficking, her love for people comes from a grateful heart to God for saving her from a teenage life of addiction. 



Payton Olivia Lynn is 7 years old and loves life! She has never met a stranger. She calls all her new friends her “sisters.” She enjoys dance and gymnastics. She is very excited to lead worship in the children’s ministry at Mercy Culture Church! 



Preston Noah Lee is 4 years old and he is an animal. He is full of life and energy. He loves cars, the Seahawks, and TCU. He’s known to live in his batman costume or underpants 24/7. He’s a fighter, but also a lover. He loves to pray. No one knows what he’s praying, but it’s always sincere. 



Baby JP was born January 8, 2019 and has added new levels of joy to the Schott family and the whole Mercy Culture team. Payton and Preston have loved getting to know (and share) their new baby brother.