God’s Paper Boy: The Scott Nute Story


“When God calls you to be an evangelist, you can’t do anything else…”

As a young boy delivering papers in a small town in Missouri, Scott Nute had no idea God had an amazing calling for his life.
Growing up as the child of an alcoholic father and as the victim of childhood sexual abuse, Scott searched for ways to numb his pain. His adolescent years saw him engaging in self-destructive behaviors before coming to Christ as a freshman in college. After a short stint as a minor-league baseball player, Scott surrendered to God’s call to be an evangelist, dedicating his life to sharing the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
As an adult, Scott has spent more than two decades working through the pain of the emotional and psychological wounds he suffered as a boy. Though the recovery process has been long and difficult, God has been faithful to bring Scott to a place of healing. As a portrait of redemption that only God can paint, Scott’s wounds have become an integral part of his ministry as he reaches out to help others who are hurting.
Scott’s story of redemption and recovery serves as a vivid reminder that God often chooses to use broken lives so His glory can shine more fully through the scars.

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ABNA update – Made it to Round 2!

I just found out that Project Lachesis made it to Round 2 of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest in the category of General Fiction! Click here to check it out if you want to see the results!

The first round was based on the pitch (which you can read under the “Fiction” tab on this website). The next round will be based on an excerpt of the first 4000+ words of the novel. Now I just have to wait until April 14 to see if we’re moving on to Round 3.

If I make it, you can believe that I will start shamelessly promoting my entry! In Round 3, readers are asked to go to the website & download any of the entries they want, then post a review and rate the entry on a scale of 1-5. Based on these reviews, only 5 entries in each category will advance to the Semi-final Round.