Enjoying the Journey

A Special Announcement to Our Friends!

By Scott Pauley | February 23, 2017 | 3 Comments

It is a great joy to announce the release of a writing project I have been working on for some time. The burden on my heart as an evangelist is to help train as many people as possible to engage where they are in the work of evangelism. Everyone needs the gospel of Jesus Christ! And every believer should be prepared to share it. And so the new resource… “Go!” is a training manual designed for use in Sunday School classes, Bible studies, soul winning training – anywhere believers could be stirred and equipped to witness! I have enjoyed writing the lessons and believe they will help to place an emphasis on eternity and the work of the gospel. One of…

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Do This Today for the President of the United States

By Scott Pauley | February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

In my office at home is a bust of my favorite U.S. President. Since I was a boy I have admired the strength and gentleness of Abraham Lincoln. On a recent trip though Washington I made sure to drive our kids by Ford’s Theatre and the house across the street where Lincoln spent his last moments on this earth. He was a great American and a leader chosen by divine providence for his time. I am currently reading a brief biographical overview of each of the Presidents of the United States. They all differed greatly in personality, politics, and policies. One thing may be said of each, “God is the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another” (Psalm…

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Making the Most of the Evening Hours

By Scott Pauley | February 17, 2017 | 2 Comments

Through the years I have written a number of things about making the most of the mornings. (You may read several articles about how to begin your mornings here.) In Genesis 1 we repeatedly find the phrase, “the evening and the morning.” Evening hours and morning hours serve as bookends on each day. It is vital that we learn how to both begin and end with God. Interestingly enough, the Jewish people viewed the beginning of a new day in the evening. The Jewish day began at 6 pm. It was not just the ending of one day, it was the beginning of another. Evenings should be a time to reflect on God’s faithfulness that day and prepare your heart for the…

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Our March Itinerary and Update

By Scott Pauley | February 15, 2017 | 1 Comment
Scott Pauley Bible Preaching Slide

It is a joy to be home for a few days with the family. Preparations are being made for busy days ahead. We covet your prayers as we approach the month of March. Join us for one of these special meetings… Friday-Saturday, March 3-4 – Bound by Love Marriage Retreat, Northside Baptist Church, Nolansville, TX, Pastor Adam Garber Sunday-Tuesday, March 5-7 – Revival, Bethel Baptist Church, Turbotville, PA, Pastor Ron Bixler Friday, March 10 – Youth Rally, Freedom Baptist Church, Rural Hall, NC, Pastor Jon White Saturday, March 11 – Youth Event, Southview Baptist Church, Statesville, NC, Youth Director Jamel Hamka Sunday, March 12 – Southside Baptist Church, Pastor Kenneth Walters, Rock Hill, SC Wednesday, March 15 – Cranberry Baptist Church,…

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The Power of A Small Church

By Scott Pauley | February 13, 2017 | 2 Comments

Our generation is mesmerized by mega churches. As I have had the privilege to be in churches of all sizes, the words of my mentor, Pastor Clarence Sexton, have become more meaningful: “The greatness of a church is not in its size, but in its likeness to Jesus Christ.” “For who hath despised the day of small things?” (Zechariah 4:10) It seems that the Lord loves to use little things! Faith as a grain of mustard seed. The widow’s mite. A young boy’s lunch. Christ compared His work in this world to “one pearl of great price” hidden in a field (Matthew 13:45-46). Not a large field – a little pearl. He came to a small place on the map. “And…

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