Through the years, I have watched with keen interest the churches in New England. Many of these churches and their leaders are not be as known in the denomination, but their work is producing kingdom advancement.
Here's an introduction of Doyle Scott
.Trailblazer, Kingdom Builder, Restorer of “the breached”, Apostolic and innovative are just a few terms that describe Bishop Doyle Scott.
Bishop Scott believes in T.E.A.M. (Together Empowering All Ministries) and labors in ministry with his wife, Linda, and their three children (LaNekka, Doylesa, Doyle, Jr.).
Bishop Scott earned a degree in Biblical Studies from Logos Theological College, a licentiate in Theology from Overstone Theological College and a earned Bachelor’s Degree in Divinity from Canada Theological College. He also holds designations as a “Certified Victims Advocate” and a National Certification as a Church Consultant.
He has served the Church of God as Pastor, FL-Cocoa State Evangelism and Home Missions Director, International Black Ministries Board Member and FL Cocoa Administrative Bishop; Bishop Scott currently serves on the International Chaplains Commission Board and as the Regional Administrative Bishop of Southern New England.
Bishop Scott brings a wealth of experience to his assignment as a Pastors’ pastor, church planter, evangelist and Kingdom-builder with a particular gift for administration. Among his priorities in the Kingdom of God are soul winning, pastoral development and transparency in the ministry.
Bishop Scotts' mandate for transparency is apparent with regional rap sessions that gives insight and creates an atmosphere of expectancy that encompassed ministers, laity and the youth.
Bishop Scott designed a program call Pastoral Development Institute (PDI), which is the heartbeat of the Bishop, is designed to prepare ministers to answer the call to pastoral ministry.