Scott Wesley Brown
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"Good points Timothy! Thanks for your response. May Christ be glorified!"
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Brother Timothy Clark commented on Scott Wesley Brown's blog post 'Can't Jesus Be Enough'
"in all honesty, Jesus should be enough. however, in a world where everything has a market the question becomes, how can we market the gospel in a tech driven culture in a manner that will allow spreading of God's message yet, effectively reach…"
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Profile Information

Home Church:
Sonship Community Church, North County San Diego, California
Musical Gift(s):
Guitar/Piano/Songwriting/Surfing/Sword Fighting
About Me:
About Scott Wesley (who wrote this?)
Scott Wesley Brown is a veteran Christian artist who's ministry began in the early 70's working along side of artists such as Keith Green, Larry Norman, Love Song and 2nd Chapter Of Acts.
In the 80's Scott's ministry turned more towards World Missions and bringing worship to the nations. His ministry brought hundreds of musical instruments to Christian musicians in third world and restricted access countries from Africa to eastern Europe. Scott helped organize the first Christian music festival behind the "Iron Curtain" and was the first artist to tour Cuba.
Scott has recorded 24 albums for a mixture of labels including Integrity, Sparrow and Word.
Through the years Scott has served as a worship pastor in several churches.
He currently serves at Fellowship Church in Burbank, California and continues his concert tours and conference schedule.
www.scottwesleybrown.com
Favorite Music:
Discovering the depth of the great hymns and enjoying contemporary versions of them.
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
1 Peter 2:9 "For you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of the darkness into his wonderful light."
Website:
http://www.scottwesleybrown.com

Scott Wesley Brown's Blog

Can't Jesus Be Enough

Posted on March 22, 2016 at 6:11pm 3 Comments

The giant screens announced, “Caution: High Intensity Strobe Lights Used In This Service”. I mused that I had never seen such a warning posted at a church service before!

But in today’s church of the hi-tech gospel this may be all too familiar. One church spent in excess of one million dollars upgrading their lighting system to the latest state of the art quality that would rival any modern performance hall.

Other churches seeking to be a part of the…

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Worship, Ministry & Shoelaces

Posted on March 22, 2016 at 6:08pm 0 Comments

Ask any serious College Basketball fan who is the greatest coach of all time and you will more than likely hear the name John Wooden. He is the first person inducted into the Basketball Hall Of Fame both as a player and as a coach!

As a coach he led the UCLA Bruins to victory in ten NCAA National Championships in a twelve-year span, a record unmatched by any other college coach. In 27 seasons under Wooden’s leadership the Bruins won 664 games!

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One More Day In The Gym

Posted on July 17, 2010 at 1:36am 1 Comment





One More Day In The Gym by: Scott Wesley Brown





I never had the privilege of meeting the late coach and Hall of Famer John Wooden who led the UCLA Bruins basketball team to ten NCAA national championships. But I feel like I’ve grown to know him through a staff member at my church whose husband played under Wooden along the side of such

basketball greats…

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Tying Our Shoes For Worship

Posted on September 30, 2009 at 5:00am 4 Comments

Ask any serious fan of basketball in America who the greatest coach of all is, and you will more than likely hear the name John Wooden. He is the first person ever inducted into the basketball Hall Of Fame both as a player and as a coach. As a coach he led the UCLA Bruins to victory in 10 NCAA National Championships in a twelve-year span. This record remains unmatched by any other basketball coach. The Bruins won 664 games in 27 seasons under Wooden’s leadership.



But each year as the… Continue

Where Worship Begins

Posted on June 20, 2009 at 3:54pm 17 Comments

Where Worship Begins by Scott Wesley Brown



I really didn’t want to be there at the door. There were so many things I had to do to get ready for worship that Sunday morning. Greeting people at the front entrance was not my idea of getting prepared for the opening set of worship songs. All I could think of was, did everyone have the song sheets in the right order? Did the singers have enough rehearsal time to get those harmonies down tight? Was that monitor going to keep buzzing… Continue

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At 5:30am on December 6, 2014, Des Sharp said…

Scott, love your songs. You are a true hero. thank you.

At 12:20am on January 28, 2011, Mark Snyder said…
Or perhaps the time stamp is coming from wherever this web site is based, because my time stamp also says tomorrow.  I am a computer guy and should not be confused by this...
At 12:19am on January 28, 2011, Mark Snyder said…
Wow you must be overseas.  Its tomorrow there wherever you are!  I did not catch that summit last year, maybe this year I can try to attend.   I am writing some modern hymns and uploaded an Easter song on the Easter group.  I lead for a group that loves hymns and we do at least one per week. I will look for the project by you and Billy Smiley!
At 6:39am on October 21, 2010, Keith Amano said…
Aloha, Scott, this past week "Keep The Son In Your Eyes" came up on our playlist 2 or 3 times. Just gotta tell you how much I like that song The voice is pure and the message is so full of compassion. It still makes the same impact as when I first heard it - uhh, was that in the 70's? or 80's? Anyway, mahalo for that song.
At 6:13pm on May 8, 2010, Keith Amano said…
Howzit, Scott! Just a short note to tell you my wife came home from work yesterday and told me "My Treasure" came up on the car mp3 player and your voice and the song brought tears to her eyes! She said, who sings that? And I said, oh, just some friend of mine..." :) Have a blessed weekend! It's sunny and bright here in Oregon today! (A special event for me!)
At 7:37am on April 27, 2010, Keith Amano said…
All That Is Within Me - I love this song. I keep coming back to hear it. Mahalo for this deep-felt statement.
At 5:12pm on April 23, 2010, Anna said…
Thanks for the friend request!
At 7:44am on April 22, 2010, Keith Amano said…
Aloha Scott, your new music is terrific, still so full of heart and soul. I grew up with "My Treasure" and "Keep The Sun In Your Eyes" among my favorites. I remember being blown away by your voice and how your music truly touched the spirit. My brother used to attend Scottsdale Bible Church and said you were the worship leader there for a while. I thought that was so cool! When he came to visit me I pulled out my old LP and showed it to him!
At 3:40am on December 24, 2009, Elman Authement said…
This Little Child was one of my favorite songs. So good to hear it again.
At 10:51am on November 10, 2009, Anna said…
Whatever happened to that song "Yeshua Ha Mashia" (spelling?) from the late 70's or early 80's? That song was a real blessing to me when I was a teenager.
 
 
 

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