Pastor Scott was born in Rochester, NH and raised in rural Maine. He was born into a strong Christian home and accepted Christ under the guidance of his first grade teacher. Scott's parents were involved in full-time ministry as directors of Camp Fair Haven and later his father became the senior pastor of Liberty Baptist Church. It was the ministry of his parents that started his early training in youth work. As a high school student, Scott was already involved in several different ministry opportunities. He dedicated his life to full-time youth ministry at a conference while he was still in high school. Several people, including Tony Campolo, later confirmed his calling.
After much success in track and field at the national level, Scott had to make a choice between several full scholarships and youth ministry. Fully confident in God's call on his life, he turned down the Division One schools to pursue a career in youth ministry. Scott attended Huntington College for two years under the mentorship of Dave Rahn and Mark Lamport. During this time he had the privilege of sitting under several of the largest names in youth ministry, including Mike Yakonelli, Doug Fields, and Duffy Robbins.
He later transferred to Lancaster Bible College where he continued his education. Scott was hired as the youth pastor at Oak Grove Alliance Church in Williamsport, PA and served four years there. Through a number of unique circumstances in 2003, God's direction clearly led him to Christ Wesleyan Church.
In his last five years at CWC, Scott has had the privilege of serving on both the district and the denominational youth cabinets, providing leadership for our district events each year and the Area Wesleyan Youth Convention in Boston (Logos5). He also serves under Baseball Chapel as the chaplain for the Williamsport Crosscutters minor league baseball team, a ministry that he has been involved with since 2001.