SWM is relationally based because; Scott has always valued relationships and the value that they bring. When he first began to travel to churches in the mid 1980s, he prayed that God would send them to churches that were open to hearing the voice of the Lord and which desired to build long term relationships.
We didn't want to build a ministry circuit or simply have successful ministry operations - we wanted to build friendships with others who loved God. God honored that prayer, and the friendships built with Kingdom people over the last 30 years are deeply valued and also strategic.
In addition to his leadership of SWM, Scott works in the Apostolic Core Team of Congress WBN, his primary apostolic affiliation. Scott has known Dr. Noel Woodroffe for 20+ years as they have labored together to produce the purposes of God. The Congress consists of eight different Sectors of operations including churches, business and corporate leaders, university students and national leaders spread across more than 95 nations.
Scott also serves as the Regional Coordinator for C-WBN operations across North America, and is part of the Regional Coordinating Group of the Congress, standing alongside men who have responsibility to build in their respective regions of the earth.
Scott also leads Elijah Center Embassy Atlanta, part of Elijah Center Global which is called a Global Borderless Kingdom Community. This church, or Kingdom Community, has a strong relational ethic and is built on the platform of community, making it a joy for Scott and his wife Kathy to provide leadership to the community in Atlanta.