Two weeks ago I announced a fairly significant transition — after almost 8 years, my time at RT Creative Group has come to an end. If you can spare a minute, read that post for a few of my thoughts on the move.

Today it’s my great pleasure to share what’s next for me. On February 1st I’ll report for work as the new Communications Pastor at Irving Bible Church, the local church my wife and I have been a part of for more than nine years.

I’m excited about the move for a number of reasons — I’m passionate about the work, I love the church, I have several friends on staff, I get to collaborate with a talented team, I get to support the work of more than a dozen wonderful ministries, and so on.

So that’s what is next for me. In the meantime I’m getting some things projects done around the house, getting caught up on Downton Abbey, spending extra time with my girls, having lunch with friends, and trying to get ready for the impending release of my book.

Thanks for checking in on me. If you think about it, will you pray for me as I step into this new role? And if you’d like to point me toward any people or resources you think would serve me well, you’re welcome to do that too.

37 thoughts on “Next”

  1. Great to hear Scott! I’ve enjoyed your reading and insight for several years now. Glad you get to take that experience and work it out in the day-to-day of the local Church. I’m sure the Lord will work great things through you there.

  2. Congrats, Scott! That’s great that you’ve been a part of the church family for 9 years. Being there for that long and being excited to be on staff means that has to be a pretty good group of people. May God use you like crazy!!!

  3. Congrats, it’s cool how well things have worked out. But I’ll definitely pray! In the meantime, enjoy the time off! I need to get in on Downton Abbey. I’m late to the party on that one. I’ve preordered the book and my expectations are high!

  4. Awesome, Scott! Congrats! If you need anything just let me know. I’ll be praying for you and your family in the transition.

    It’s awesome to be coming into a church where you and your family have been attending already. Always helps!

  5. Good to read of this news of transition, from one place to another, that can put to use all the gifts & talents you bring to the table! Glad to hear of how you’re valued and you’ll keep on communicating well for one local church and for the church at large (or as some call it, the Church with a Capital C)

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