J. Scott Husted is a writer, educator, minister and teaching missionary currently living and working in Seoul, South Korea. He carries a passion for cultivating authentic community, the establishment of the house of prayer, the plight of children at risk around the world, and raising up a new generation of leaders with a passion for the Kingdom of God.

You can find books by J. Scott Husted at: Lulu Publishing.

Visit our website: Through The Veil Ministries.

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8 Responses to About

  1. Adrian Walter says:

    This is more of a question than a comment but I couldn’t find an email address…
    I work for a Baptist Church in Hertford (UK) and came across the image of a man kneeling in prayer on your site. I would very much like to use this image as a background to a verse of scripture (Matt 7:7) which we will project on the church TV screens from next week. Do you have any objections if I do this? There is no money involved and it is purely for the purpose of the edification of our members.
    In Christ

    • jscotthusted says:

      Adrian- The images I use here are a mix of my own, and images that I have collected from royalty-free sources. I don’t mind if you use them in your ministry efforts. For me, that’s the best reason to use them at all! And… Thank you for your interest in my blog!

  2. marchitect99 says:

    Scott, what a privilege to engage with the work of the establishing the kingdom. So few comprehend that the kingdom is at hand, fewer still give their lives, hearts and energy to seeing it revealed in our day’s. You are such a man and knowing you is an honour, a gift from the King of kings.

  3. jscotthusted says:

    Wow Mark — such high praise! It’s humbling, but heartwarming as well to hear from you in such a way here! Bless you Mark — may we continue to pursue the high privilege of the establishment of the Kingdom of God together!

  4. Michael Golden says:

    Hi Scott, we are looking at making our own banner for our church and would love to use the image holy spirit fire 2. I am wondering if it was available in a higher resolution?


    • jscotthusted says:

      It seems to me that it would be fine to use the image for that purpose. The resolution here is the best that I have, but I think that it would be beautiful reproduced in felt fabric cut out and mounted on a background piece — the whole like a stained-glass panel. Just a suggestion.

  5. Hi Scott! I live in Santa Rosa Ca, our you starting a prayer house here? I came across some links that says you are but they look old. Thank you for your time, and the building up of the body of Christ.

    • jscotthusted says:

      My wife and I were on the pastoral team at Vineyard Santa Rosa for 13 years, ending 12 years ago. We built a worship and prayer ministry at that time which exploded into a visitation of God’s presence. Since then we have built houses of prayer, schools and worship communities in Canada and South Korea. We have a project underway currently in Fiji. God has given me a vision for coming back to Sonoma County one day and establishing a house of prayer, but we will wait on His purposes and timing. Thank you for your interest in our work.

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