Christian ministry today carries with it one of the highest causality rates of any profession in society. Scores of pastors throw in the towel every month due to overwork, under pay, and being inadequately equipped to navigate the contemporary world of parish ministry.
Let’s See What Sticks
Ice on Fire
Two years ago, I assembled a group of men under the inspiration and direction of Scott Kelso called “elders.” Every week we meet and seek God together for direction, encouragement, and spiritual oversight. This group of men has become an invaluable part of the ministry that takes place at EUM Church. I treasure the time I spend with them and cannot imagine doing ministry without their support and encouragement. I believe that assembling this team was one of the best decisions I made in my tenure as Lead Pastor of EUM Church.Rev Dr Jeff Harper
“Ice on Fire should not only be read by every Methodist; it should be read by all people who are hungry for more of God and how they could experience a visitation from God. This book will encourage the faith of all who read it. I heartily recommend the book, I recommend its author. Scott Kelso lives what he has written. He is a wonderful, well-trained-pastor with a heart for the Peace of Jesus, the Power of the Spirit, and the Presence of the Father’s embrace. Fire could be used by the Holy Spirit to warm the hearts of those who read it.”Randy Clark
Scott Kelso is one of the outstanding Spirit-filled Methodist pastors in the nation. Out of his decades of pastoral experience he has given us Let’s See What Sticks: Kingdom Living in Chaotic Times, a rich source on the blessings of the miraculous in daily life. It is well worth reading.Vinson Synan
Scott is a visionary leader with a passion for Christ and a heart of integrity who has much insight and wisdom to offer to the body of Christ. Ice on Fire is filled with the insights and stories that could be the catalyst for a fresh move of the Spirit in the churches of those who read it!Gary L. Moore