Our Team

Dan Scott

Dan Scott is a retired Anglican bishop who currently works as a spiritual director and catechist. He was born in West Virginia, spent a significant part of his early years in South and Central America, and has pastored churches in Nicaragua, Quebec, Arizona, and Tennessee. He holds a B.A. from the university of New York in History/Sociology, a Masters in Humanities from California State University, a Masters in Psychology from Ottowa University, a post graduate certificate in Trauma and abuse, and a DMin from Lipscomb University. He is author of several books including Between Eden and Pandemonium, The Emerging American Church, Naked and Not Ashamed, Faith to Faith, and The Miracle Worker of Mingo County. Dan is married with 2 daughters and 6 grandchildren.

Nate Carden

Nate graduated from the Air Force Academy in 2006 and went on to receive a Masters degree from Sciences Po in Paris, France two years later. He served as a Captain in the Medical Service Corps at Langley Air Force Base and deployed to Afghanistan as a mentor of medical logistics to the Afghan National Army. After getting out of the Air Force in 2011, he became a Bible teacher for three years at a private Christian school in Alabama where he dove into church history and theology, trying to understand the differences between all the various religions and Christian denominations around the world. Through his time living abroad, Nate became close friends with Catholic and Orthodox Christians from Greece, Serbia, Egypt, and Armenia who shared with him the importance of the miracle of Holy Fire. Nate experienced the miracle for himself in 2017 and again in 2018 and has spent the last three years researching the history of both the church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Holy Fire ceremony.