Scott Reece has served as a district supervisor since 2002. Selected during the multiplication era, he originally served an area known as the Gulf Atlantic District, while also pastoring a church that he planted in 1995. In 2009, The Foursquare Church consolidated districts and he was appointed as the district supervisor of a new six state district re-named The Southeast District. Pastor Scott, (as he is commonly known) is the father of four really great children, two boys and two girls. The oldest was born in 1997 with the youngest being born in 2002. He is also a newlywed! He and his wife, Michelle were married on May 19th, 2011. Michelle originally hails from California but has quickly become a “southern girl”.
Pastor Scott has a wide variety of interests…he is an avid Atlanta Braves and Falcons fan, supports the UGA Bulldogs and is passionate about living in the Atlanta Metro area. He likes to fish with his kids and also loves to play golf. He has a Jack Russell Terrier named Banjo and his kids have two cats, Cally and Julius (don’t ask)! Due to the nature of his job, he travels a lot and loves the South. It’s not unusual, on any given weekend, to find him somewhere in Florida, one of the Carolinas or maybe even Tennessee or Alabama.
Having been raised in the South, Pastor Scott is a true southerner! He loves people and loves to entertain. Many Thursday or Fridays nights at his house are game nights where you will find the family and friends playing all sorts of games from “Mexican Train” to a variety of board games.
Pastor Scott loves the Word of God! He would consider himself more of a teacher of the Word than anything else but also enjoys preaching a great sermon. He carries a strong conviction regarding the authority of the Word of God.
Favorite Place: He’s a “mountain guy” all the way!
Food: Almost any type of fish, but it’s not strange to discover him smoking some ribs in the pit or deep frying some shrimp when friends are headed his way.
Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-6 – “Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, lean not unto your own understanding, but in all of your ways, acknowledge Him and will direct your paths.”