Scott BrittinPresident Emeritus – Conference Leader – Discipleship CounselorGrace Ministries InternationalNorth American Staff
Saved at eleven years old, I dedicated my life to serve God at nineteen years of age. Attending Bible college and receiving a Master’s degree from seminary prepared me for that service, but not for life. After striving to serve God, I realized I was totally inadequate even with my training.
It was through understanding my inadequacy in my strength that I began to realize Christ as my life, not just my savior and Lord. Gal. 2:20 took on a whole new meaning of Christ living through me, giving me a whole new identity and adequacy.
Joining GMI in 1984, I now serve as President Emeritus. Serving in this capacity, I continue to provide insight and support to the incredible GMI team. I still teach a limited number of conferences and provide limited one-on-one discipleship counseling.
It has always been my passion to see the believer grow into the fullness of knowing and experiencing Christ as their all in all. Now my heart goes out to pastors and ministry leaders as they endeavor to lead their ministries.
My wife, Darlene, and I have been married since 1976, have two grown sons and live in Woodstock, GA. My hobbies include basketball, caving and woodworking.