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Scotty Smith

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Name: Scotty Smith
Date registered: 23/08/2010


Scotty is the Founding Pastor of Christ Community Church (CCC) in Franklin, Tennessee Scotty, a native of Graham, N.C., graduated in 1972 from UNC, Chapel Hill, and from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1977. He served as youth pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem from 1977-1979, and from 1979-1980 served as youth pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN. In 1981 Scotty helped Cortez Cooper plant Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville. In 1986 Scotty was sent out as the planting pastor for Christ Community Church (CCC) in Franklin, Tennessee. Scotty served CCC as Senior Pastor for his first twenty years and has seen its membership grow to over three thousand. During these two decades CCC has also planted four churches. Recently Scotty has assumed the new title of Founding Pastor and CCC’s long time associate and Scotty’s best friend, Scott Roley, has become the new senior pastor. Scotty invests most of his time as CCC’s Pastor for Preaching, Teaching and Worship. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Covenant Theological Seminary and teaches at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. He has written five books: Unveiled Hope, with Michael Card; Speechless, with Steven Curtis Chapman; Objects of His Affection; and his latest two, The Reign of Grace and Restoring Broken Things, with Steven Curtis Chapman. Scotty and Darlene, his wife of thirty-five years, have two adult married children and one grandson. Scotty enjoys fly-fishing, cross training, classic rock and roll and cooking.

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  1. The Chronicles of Jesus and His Victory in the Real Worship War — 19/08/2010
  2. Thoughts on Broken Worship — 21/12/2006

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Aug 19

The Chronicles of Jesus and His Victory in the Real Worship War

God has used the last two chapters of Revelation to radically reorient my understanding of worship and everything else.

Dec 21

Thoughts on Broken Worship

As you digest what may be a paradigm shift in your understanding of worship, consider its ongoing history, as seen in the past, present, and future. 1) Remember the Original Design of Worship Everything in Creation perfectly reflected God’s glory and declared His immeasurable worth.  Adam and Eve lived all of life to the glory …

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