Ministry Resume

I used to have a whiz-bang ministry resume here, it had a well written objective with carefully thought out keywords. All of my wonderful accomplishments were listed in user-friendly descending order each with its own list of eye-catching bullet points.

But lately I’ve been thinking that there’s an inherent contradiction in a ‘ministry resume.’

After all, the Kingdom of God is built not by my own pragmatic attempts ‘fix things’ but through the work of the Spirit, so what business do I have in attempting to take credit for the things of God?

for it is God who is at work in you, enabling you both to will and to work for his good pleasure.Philippians 2:13

Rather than take credit for things I have no reason to take credit for, or have you try to evaluate me based on a technical manual of success stories, why not meet together and have a discussion? You can email me at

To provide you with a frame of reference, here are some of the ministries I’ve worked with:

I’ve also completed a degree in Biblical Studies from Colorado Christian University and have done coursework towards a Masters of Divinity at Duke Divinity School.

After years with a crown on my head, I’ve grown overfed, unconcerned and comfortably numb. Kept busy indulging in the pleasures of the wealthy.

…Someone make me afraid of what I’ve become.

Aaron Weiss, mewithoutYou


Hi, my name is Scott and I design websites. You can see some of them by visiting my portfolio. When I have the time (which is seldom these days) I like to blog about Christianity, especially theology/ethics. If you want to know more you can read my about page or follow me on Twitter.


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