Scott Brown, a Jewish believer in Jesus, has been sharing the Good News of the Messiah with Jewish people since coming to faith in 1981.
Raised in a traditional Jewish home, Scott began his spiritual journey by moving into the bush and living a solitary life. It was there that a co-worker gave Scott a pocket New Testament. That little Bible launched a crisis of faith which led to Scott’s salvation seven years later.
Scott entered full-time missionary service with Chosen People Ministries in 1988 and planted Son of David Congregation (SODC), which later birthed another Messianic congregation – Sar Shalom Fellowship.
After 19 fruitful years of pastoral leadership at SODC, Scott, along with his wife Marjorie and four of their seven children, moved to New Zealand where Scott is serving as National Director of Celebrate Messiah New Zealand.
Scott’s Ministry is threefold: Evangelism – Reaching out to Israeli Backpackers whose physical journeys are often attended with spiritual quests. Equipping – Offers teaching to Christians in the art of disciple-making, as well as a broad range of biblical topics with a view toward revealing the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. Training – Partnering with local churches, assisting other ministers, lay-workers, and agencies in New Zealand and worldwide who share our vision and are dedicated to the cause of Jewish evangelism.