Bishop Doyle P. Scott, Sr. was appointed by Florida-Cocoa Administrative Bishop at State Convention on June 23, 2019, to pastor the Resurrection Life Church of God in Delray Beach, Florida.

     Bishop Doyle P. Scott, Sr., comes to the office having served as International Director of Intercultural Advancement Ministries, International Director of Black Ministries, Regional Administrative Bishop of Southern New England, Florida-Cocoa State Administrative Bishop, and Pastor, Florida-Cocoa State Evangelism and Home Missions Director, and Pastor.


     Innovative Trailblazer, Kingdom Builder, Restorer of “the breached”, ApostolicSpiritual Teacher and Transformative Servant Leader are just a few of the terms that describe Bishop Scott's ministry. Bishop Scott believes unequivocally in T.E.A.M. (Training, Equipping, Amplifying, and Mentoring), as well as divine purposeful sowing of faith seeds and Christian discipleship amongst leaders at all levels and in communities worldwide. An advocate championing the promise of the kingdom impact church, Bishop Scott has created a powerful, replicable ministry framework called “Hosea’s Hope.”


     Bishop Scott earned a degree in Biblical Studies from Logos Theological College, a Licentiate from Overstone Theological College and an earned Bachelor’s degree in Divinity from Canada Theological College. He also holds designations as a Certified Victims Advocate, church consultant, and Community Service Chaplain. Additionally, Bishop Scott has been bestowed an Honorary Doctorate degree by St. Thomas University.


     Bishop Scott served as a member of the C. O. G. International Chaplains Board, the C. O. G. World Missions Board, and the International Board of Black Ministries. Among his priorities in the Kingdom of God is soul winning, pastoral leadership development, church planting, intentional impactful missions and transparency in the ministry.


     Bishop Scott is the author of “The Promises of the Kingdom” and has contributed to other authors, magazines, and newspapers. He labors in ministry with his wife, Linda, and is the proud father of three children (LaNekka, Doylesa, and Doyle Jr.) and has one granddaughter (Rayneisha Rene).