“People listen to Scott. And, Scott leans in to listen to people. That is probably why he’s so outstanding at what he does.” – Kelley Leigh
A GIFTED ORATOR
Along with being an amazing artist and sculptor, Scott has a way with words. As the son of a pastor, he picked up public speaking with ease. His topics are always thoughtful and inspirational.
If you would like to schedule Scott to speak at your event, please reach out.
What others are saying:
“I was visiting in Oklahoma City a few weeks ago and saw your presentation and sculpture of Jesus in the first service at Bethany First Church. To say I was moved and blessed is an understatement! Thank you so much for what you allowed God to do for my spirit that morning.” Virginia – Tulsa
“The visual aspect of having you mold Jesus while talking about how we are the only Jesus that so many people in our world see was so powerful. 80% of people are visual learners and I can think of a few messages growing up that struck me simply because of a visual that was used. Yours will surely be one of them going forward for my life.” Weston – Skyline Wesleyan San Diego
“Thank you so much for a wonderful and Spirit-filled morning on Sunday. We were all so blessed by you. Thank you!” Cara – Shawnee Kansas Pastor
“Thanks for your ministry here. The students are still talking about it. Blessings on you.” Blair – Southern Nazarene University Chaplain
“Scott is a talented sculpture, and the way he was able to bring his sculpture to life in front of our students using humor, talent, and bluegrass music left us all wanting more. His presentation was one of our favorite chapels of the semester.” Mark – Olivet Nazarene University Chaplain
“It was a pleasure having you on campus, too. Our students enjoyed watching you create your artwork while in chapel. We’re also firing the statue of Jesus, which we’re thrilled!” Jamie Brown – Eastern Nazarene College
“It was so wonderful to have you at Trevecca this last February. Students still talk about your powerful presentation. I hope that in a few years when we have several new classes of students at TNU, you will consider joining us again.” Shana Songer Gaines – Trevecca Nazarene University