Is totally thankful he gets to live life with such an amazing family!
Is thankful each and every day for such an awesome husband!
Awesome young man that really enjoys ice-cream and pizza!
Enjoys the simple things in life. Laughing, playing, exploring and simply being a great little boy!
Scott Patterson has been involved in campus work since 1996 and has been a licensed minister with the United Pentecostal Church International since 2000. Willing, able, and passionately driven to pursue the call the Lord placed in their lives, the Lord has enabled Scott along with his wife Aimée to serve in many areas in ministry including youth pastor, worship leader, assistant pastor, CMI national team member and campus missionary for the General Youth Division.
During their travels they have evangelized and been able to encourage churches to realize the potential of reaching their local college campuses. Numerous churches and many Districts within the past ten years have started CMI groups after the Pattersons spent time with them over the summer. They have also done one-on-one training/mentoring sessions with District CMI Coordinators. They have personally seen many people baptized in Jesus' name, receive the baptism of the Holy Ghost, and experience God's divine healing take place while ministering.
Their two sons Ian and Eli have been a part of their dynamic team of ministry. Through the years Ian has learned to be a servant of all and has helped in ministry connecting with students, assisting people when he sees the need. Eli has done a very good job at being an awesome little guy. He willingly takes a student by the hand to show them his toys or read a book.
This ministry has been a walk of faith from the beginning. It is a way of life for the Pattersons. The Lord has stretched that faith, and the Pattersons have grown because of it. Jesus has always shown up and gone way beyond what they would have ever anticipated. He is a Great God!"Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised in the city of our God, in the mountain of His holiness." Psalm 48:1