Scott and Emily Armstrong are global missionaries and ordained elders in the Church of the Nazarene. They have been ministering in the Mesoamerica Region since January 2004 and have lived in the countries of Guatemala, Costa Rica and Panama. Their son, Elijah, was born in May 2003 and was 7 months old upon their arrival to the mission field, and their daughter, Sydney, was born in Guatemala in February 2005.
Currently living in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Scott and Emily are coordinating the ministries of Mesoamerica Global Mission and Mesoamerica Genesis, as well as overseeing the construction of the new Center of Missionary Formation, which is being built on the campus of the Dominican Nazarene Seminary. They especially enjoy ministering with children, youth and young adults as they discern God’s call to mission in their lives.
- Global Mission seeks to discover, develop and deploy missionaries from the countries of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
- Genesis is a regional initiative to make Christ-like disciples in the urban centers of Mesoamerica. Teams of volunteer missionaries are sent to strategic sites in order to develop and organize new urban churches and existing urban congregations are trained to more effectively reach their communities.
Scott and Emily also host a bilingual podcast to help educate on urban realities and missional topics. Find The Worthless Servants Podcast (or Los Siervos Inútiles Podcast) on iTunes, episodes are released every other Thursday.
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