Kathryn Scott was born into a very musical family with a passion for ministry. During her early childhood, her father, Roy, and singer/songwriter mom, Mildred, worked in a recording studio when the family wasn't traveling across the UK with an evangelism group. It was during those early years that Kathryn made a decision to follow Jesus. By age 9, she had begun writing songs with the encouragement of her mom. At 19, she entered Elim Bible College (now Regents Theological College) in England, where she studied theology and met her future husband, Alan. The couple married after college and, together, began to seek God's plan for their lives, believing they were called to plant a church but not sure of how to go about it. They began the journey by becoming Assistant Pastors at Alan's home church, South West Glasgow Vineyard. At that time, Kathryn met award-winning artist and songwriter Brian Doerksen, and began working with him to hone her own skills as a worship leader and songwriter. Soon after, she penned the songs "Child of God" and "Hungry," which were eventually recorded by Vineyard Music. Two years later, Alan and Kathryn departed for Northern Ireland to plant a church of their own. A year later, Causeway Coast Vineyard began meeting in a local pub when the couple could find no other available venues. Within a few years, the church grew to a congregation of over 400 adults and 100 children. As the church grew, so did Kathryn's reputation as a songwriter. She signed with Integrity Music and released her critically-acclaimed solo debut album, Satisfy (2003). The album included the popular songs, "At the Foot of the Cross", "Search Me, Know Me" and the evergreen "Hungry", among others. She also continued writing with Doerksen and artist, Paul Baloche, contributing songs and guest vocals to their recent Integrity albums. In December of 2007, Kathryn will release "I Belong", a studio recording produced by Brent Milligan. The album features co-writes with Baloche and Doerksen, and with her first writing partner and coach, her mom. Kathryn and Alan are busier than ever at Causeway and as parents to their young daughters, Sophie and Emily Joy.