New Website! January 28, 2016


In just three days we will launch the new website for the evangelistic work God has called us to do. will be available beginning Monday, February 1, 2016. I am excited about the resources that we will be able to provide on this new platform.

  • Get better acquainted with our family and the burden God has given us for revival. Pictures and regular updates will be posted to the site.
  • Share a special gospel presentation with friends through your social media. A brief video and written gospel message will be available for you to view and share with others.
  • Follow our itinerary for the coming months. Our family would love to see you at one of the meetings very soon.
  • Listen to Bible preaching. A video sermon archive will be available. Additional audio and video messages will be added over time.
  • Read my blog, Enjoying the Journey, in a new easy to use format. A full archive of over 180 posts will be available. Articles cover current issues, church ministry, evangelism, books, personal growth, prayer, the devotional life, preaching, and much more. New weekly posts are coming!
  • Find ways to partner with us in the work of evangelism and revival. It is our hope that a host of friends will sign up to join our prayer team. We need your prayers!

There are several special features and ways for us to stay connected. Tammy and I look forward to hearing what you think of the new site.

Thank you for continuing to pray for us. Please visit on Monday to see more.

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  1. Steve & Debbie Fincher on February 23, 2016 at 6:40 PM

    Hey Brother Scott,
    So glad you put up this new website! Debbie and I have been praying for you since we found out about this new journey in full time evangelism for you guys! I know God will use you greatly and has prepared you for this. Debbie and I both were always encouraged when we got to hear you Preach. Know we will continue to pray for you and your family as you travel and speak. Again thanks for making a way we can keep up with you through this site and we look forward to see what God will do through your ministry in 2016!

    Steve & Debbie Fincher

    • Scott Pauley on February 23, 2016 at 7:13 PM

      Thank you, Steve. Great to hear from you all! We deeply appreciate your prayers. I hope our paths cross again soon. God bless you.

  2. mark Lounsberry on January 23, 2019 at 11:00 AM

    Since retiring and finding your website I want to Thank-You for the resource. My wife and I meet you several years ago when are daughter Amber was at Crown.We wondered even then how God was going to use you and yours. We rejoiced how He used you then and we rejoice how He is using you now. keep On Keeping On.

    Mark & Sherry Lounsberry

    • Scott Pauley on January 23, 2019 at 10:06 PM

      Thank you, my friend! It is good to hear from you. I remember Amber and your family and hope everyone is well. We appreciate your prayers and encouragement. God bless you all.

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