Elder Spotlight: Bobby Scott
Capital City is an Elder led church. If you’re not sure what an Elder is, what they do or why we would let them lead us, take a couple minutes to check out our first post in the Elder Spotlight series here. Basically, within the Biblical model of Eldership that we follow, Elders are chosen by members of our congregation to help lead the church under God’s direction and provide pastoral care to those in need.
Our Elders want to make themselves as available as possible to our congregation. They want to celebrate the high points of life with you and they want to guide you through the times when you feel like you’re stuck on your faith journey. If you’re going through a spiritual, physical, or emotional trial, please reach out to the elders. You can find them each Sunday or by confidentially emailing them at email@example.com.
This week’s Elder Spotlight is about Bobby Scott!
Bobby began attending Capital City when he was barely a week old and since that time he married his high school sweet-heart, Cheri, from the Capital City youth group and they have raised 5 boys. Bobby and Cheri are still happily married and have now added a few daughter-in-laws and become grandparents. Bobby has previously served at Capital City as a deacon and compassion ministry chairman. He is still actively involved with Capital City’s mission ministry while Cheri serves as Executive Director of the Avenues for Women, a pregnancy resource center.
Bobby is a professional engineer and professional land surveyor and is the Director of the Division of Abandoned Lands that oversees reclamation of lands scarred by historic coal mining.
What’s your favorite thing about Capital City?
Capital City Christian Church is my home and family.
What movie or sermon has had the greatest impact on you?
“The Passion of the Christ” and Capital City’s recent “To(0) Messy” Series.
What’s your favorite music album or movie?
Don Fransisco is my favorite artist, but the soundtrack from “Oh Brother Where Art Thou” is the best whole album.
You can find Bobby on Facebook or can email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be encouraging and in prayer for Bobby and the rest of Capital City’s leadership.