Scott came to Northpoint as the Pastor of Discipleship, Adults and Families in 2011. While on a mission trip in Venezuela shortly after graduating from high school, Scott believed God had a call on his life. As a result, he began serving in the junior high ministry at his church, an act that everything changed; his service confirmed his sense that God wanted him to be a shepherd of His flock. Understanding that, Scott continued working in junior high ministry while securing a degree in Biblical Studies from Biola, and later his Masters of Divinity from Talbot School of Theology. Scott and wife, Kim, live in Corona with daughter, Abby, and sons, Ethan and Levi.
Fun Facts About Scott:
Family: Wife: Kimberly, Daughter: Abigail Grace, Sons: Ethan and Levi, Pet: Duke (hamster)
Where are you originally from: Chino Ca.
What are some of your favorite books, outside of the Bible, of course!: Instruments in the Redeemers Hands (Tripp), How People Change (Tripp and Lane), Knowing God (J.I. Packer), The Writings of John Owen, Systematic Theology (Wayne Grudem), Joy in Christ’s Presence (Spurgeon)
What’s on your iPod: Matt Redmond, Audio Adrenaline, Tim Hughes, U2, DC Talk (Old School!)
What do you think is the best invention ever: Definitely the iPhone. I would be lost, literally, without it.
What’s your favorite movie: The Mission
Another profession you would love to try: Ice Cream Taster for 31 flavors
Another profession you would NEVER want to try: The guy who has to clean out septic tanks. No Thanks!
What is your favorite word: Mexican food: Tacos, burritos, beans, rice, chips and salsa. Seriously, I’m hungry already.
When you’re gone, what would you like people to remember about you: That I rested and relied on God’s infinite grace rather than my own striving.