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Scott Simmons

Rev. Scott Simmons has served in youth ministry for over 18 years and is currently the Director of Youth Ministries for the Wesleyan Church. He is an ordained minister in the Wesleyan church and a graduate of Bethany Bible College (now Kingswood University). He has also received his Masters in Ministry from Indiana Wesleyan University. Scott is committed to the Wesleyan youth movement, being involved with youth camps, student and adult leadership development and the Wesleyan youth conventions.
Scott is married to Kelsie, who is also an ordained minister in the Wesleyan church, and they have three daughters, Kayla, Emily, and Brooke.





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“We’d gotten into a little bit of trouble with the previous project … and my father, who’s a professor, was not too happy with the prospect of me getting kicked out of school. Zuckerberg likes to make fun of my dad for this, but we’re still very close.” – Joe Green former roommate of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg explaining way he turned down a 2004 invitation to be part of Facebook’s founding.

SOURCE:Good Morning America

“When a culture attempts to suppress the dimension of ultimate mystery, and to close the doors to transcendent truth. it inevitably becomes impoverished and falls prey, as the late Pope John Paul II so clearly saw, to reductionist and totalitarian readings of the human person and the nature of society.” – Pope Benedict XVI voicing concerns to American Bishops that there are trends in the U.S. culture that are “a threat not just to Christian faith, but also to humanity itself.”


Employees work excessive overtime, in some cases seven days a week, and live in crowded dorms. Some say they stand so long that their legs swell until they can hardly walk. Under-age workers have helped build Apple’s products, and the company’s suppliers have improperly disposed of hazardous waste and falsified records, according to company reports and advocacy groups that, within China, are often considered reliable, independent monitors. – Charles Duhigg and David Barboza reporting in their New York Times article: In China, Human Cost are Built into an iPad.

SOURCE: The New York Times

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