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Good Evening, America!

January 25, 2009

Martin Scott has a strong prophetic voice and shares his thoughts about the current economic conditions. The church needs to make a covenant with the nation so that it has the power to manifest change within the nation. Everything we do today is to be modeled on the age that is to come.

Martin Scott

"I was born in the Orkney Islands in Scotland in 1955. My mother's maiden name was Eunson, indicating some Norwegian/Scandinavian background." "I was the sixth child of eight. At age 18, I left to study theology at London Bible College (now London School of Theology). I graduated in 1976, with an honors degree in Theology, and also left engaged to Sue Middlemiss, with whom I had 27 years of marriage. We moved to Cobham, Surrey, to participate in a reasonably new expression of church there. Ben and Judith were born in 1981 and 1984 respectively. In February, 2005, Sue passed away, and I continued to live in that area in Leatherhead, until the end of 2008. I still journey with many of those same believers, and have friends in many places in the world." "In August 2008, I proposed to Gayle (Crawford), and we were married at the end of November 2008. I had known Gayle for some 10 years, but for the previous 4 years she had been living in Inverness. We found our paths converging and a wonderful relationship has developed. By the time you read this we will have been relocated into Palma de Mallorca."