About Faith Ministries
Faith Ministries is a
based outreach with a burden for the lost and compassion for the
hurting. Faith Ministries preaches faith for today, hope for tomorrow, and the
power of God's love to change lives.
Faith Ministries History
Faith Ministries' pastoral
directors are Calvin and Barbara Scott. They began working
part-time in Mexico in 1985 and then in 1987 moved to the border town of
Douglas, Arizona and began working as full-time missionaries. Since then
they have established a headquarters church in Douglas, Arizona and
mission outreach stations in the towns of Cumpas, Villa Hidalgo, and
Navajoa, Sonora, Mexico.
Calvin and Barbara Scott
began in 1985
and for the first five years operated as a home based ministry of helps.
Faith Ministries construction teams helped build two churches in Mexico
and developed a ministry of distribution to the poor. Many tons of food,
clothing, Christian literature, and medical supplies brought relief to
1990 to 2000
Faith Ministries operated with a 10-year plan to target specific areas
of northern Sonora for evangelism and planting of new churches. There
were numerous outreaches in 25 communities and 9 churches were
established. Faith Ministries helped with the construction of 7 of
them. The outreaches helped to give each community a positive attitude
On January 1, 2000 Faith Ministries
began a new 25-year assignment
from the Lord to expand into and develop new areas beyond Sonora,
throughout Latin America, and around the globe.
first six years of the new millennium a mission station was
established in Navojoa, Sonora where Bob and Miki Scott serve as
field directors for Faith Ministries. Bob and Miki have ministered in
numerous churches of the area and do outreaches in many
surrounding communities that have never before heard the plan of
salvation. They have established a ministry training school, El Shaddai Ministry Training Institute,
where they impart to the local people zeal and anointing to reach the
lost around the world and establish churches. Since 2003 when Instituto El Shaddai commenced, over 380 laborers have been trained for the ministry, and they are currently pastoring and working alongside twenty-four 5-fold ministers. Their current vision is to help establish 1000 pastors, that every city/village has an Antioch church; and send out 100 missionaries from Mexico to the other nations of the world.
has also established ministry roots in the area of Batopilas, Chihuahua.
It is a very remote, rugged area where there are 5 canyons deeper than
the Grand Canyon. Many people live beyond any roads and the roads that
are there are generally just bulldozer trails cut into the mountains
and canyons. There are a vast number of communities without a Christian
witness and people can be found who have never heard the name of Jesus
Christ. Faith Ministries has been doing Christmas programs there since 2002 and helped build a church and assisted pastors Luis and Micaela Maulas to
reach Batopilas and surrounding communities. 2005 saw the completion of the new church building in Batopilas. This same year construction on another new church was started 12 miles (1hr) away in the pueblo of Satevo, Chihuahua, it's building finished in 2008 by a missions construction team. These 2 churches have mixed congregations of Mexican and Indigenous peoples.
Bobby and Miki Scott
Visit Bob and Miki's web site. www.faithministriesworld.org
Visit El Shaddai Ministry Training Institute/Instituto El Shaddai. http://www.institutoelshaddai.com
Both Bob and Miki have been in the
ministry since 1987. In 1990 Bob Co-founded Faith Ministries Church in Douglas AZ. After they were married in 1992, they
served as pastors at FMC, while
also inter-mingling missions work to Mexico. They led North American
groups for short-term missions trips and taught in Mexican Bible
Bob and Miki Scott with sons....
Bob has also traveled and ministered
in Peru, and Miki in Israel, Spain, and South Africa.
Bob is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center.
Miki is a graduate of Christ for the Nations.
Bob and Miki are fluent in Spanish.
Bob is a private pilot.
Miki is a musician.
Nathan, Justin and Timothy Scott