Our Valuable Team Members
Revs. Jon & Margaret Scott
Jon Scott – Co-Lead Pastor – Margaret Scott – NMI President
Jon is a native Northwesterner, raised in Richland, WA. He was called to missionary service as a child and to pastoral ministry as an adult. He has served overseas in several countries as pastor, church-planter, educator and administrator, mission treasurer and Jesus Film Team coordinator. He completed degrees at Olivet Nazarene University and Nazarene Theological Seminary and also studied at Seattle Pacific University. Currently co-pastor at Normandy Park Living Hope, he enjoys equipping the people of God for works of service and the ministry of comfort to shut-ins.
Leadership development is a passion in the life of Margaret Scott. Born in Indiana, she was grafted into the Northwest when she married Jon, their missionary calling has taken them to residence and ministry on four continents, and provided places for her to study at several educational institutions, including the University of Pretoria in South Africa.
Responding in 2011 to God’s call on their lives back to WaPac District, the Scotts have help to establish Kaleidoscope for ministry training for underserved student populations and more recently Nazarene Compassionate Alliance Northwest. Margaret is also Mentor Coach on WaPac District. The Scotts’ 4 married children and 4.5 grandchildren live in MA, VA and PA which means they are frequent fliers for family visits.
Rev. Regina Conlon
Regina was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She has previously served as associate pastor and youth pastor at Living Hope.Recently she has served alongside of Rev. Jon Scott as co-lead pastor of Living Hope. In a time of transition and change, Regina hopes to use her gifts of ministry to strengthen and empower new leaders in the local congregation to be authentic witnesses to surrounding community.
Pastor Jose David Sanchez Medina
David has a passion to serve youth and lead his generation to the feet of Jesus. David was born in Peru. His parents (Adán and Petronila Sanchez) are pastors of the Church of the Nazarene for more than 35 years, their three children are David, Tito and Job Eli. Family Sanchez is running the district leadership in Moyobamba (Northwest District in the jungle of Peru).
David earned a Master degree in Education and a Bachelor degree of Theology in the Nazarene Seminary of Chiclayo, Peru. He’s been involved in the church of the Nazarene since his childhood at different levels, local, district, and national.
Currently, David is passionate to speak to youth about the gospel and holiness, he’s a volunteer Kaleidoscope teacher for the Hispanic community, member of the Nazarene Compassionate Alliance Northwest, and a volunteer youth pastor at Living Hope Church of the Nazarene in Normandy Park, Seattle.