Pastor Scott was called to be the Senior Pastor of PMBFC in January of 2017. Before coming to Pocono Mountain, he was an Associate Pastor at Cedar Crest Bible Fellowship, serving in that capacity for 6 years. Prior to entering the ministry in 2010, Pastor Scott was in civil service working for the city of Allentown Pa where he served as a Firefighter for 22 years before retiring in 2009 and has served as the department’s Chaplain since 1990. Scott is married to his wife Terry for 42 years, has 3 grown sons all married, and has 5 grandchildren. His passions are serving people, proclaiming the word of God, likes to watch football and baseball, play a little golf and occasionally fish.
Ed Day (Elder)
Ed and his wife Priscilla moved to the Poconos in 1993. They began attending Pocono Mountain shortly thereafter. Ed and Priscilla have been involved in one way or another in the church’s music and worship ministry since 1997. Ed has also served as a deacon and for the last several years as an elder. Trained as a Mechanical Engineer with a bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University Ed served two years as an officer in the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and then worked for Cummins Diesel Engine Company and General Motors Corporation prior to retiring in 1992. They have a single son who resides in Los Angeles and a married son who lives near Rochester NY. Ed has a heart for helping people in need, ministering to people in the congregation and serves as a liaison to Feeding Families and the Garden of Giving food ministries.
Bob Witten (Elder)
Bob has been a member of Pocono Mountain Bible Fellowship Church for the past ten years. He teaches middle and high school Sunday School and serves on the Elder Board. Bob worked twenty-four years as the head of Human Resources for Skyline Steel retiring in 2018. He holds a Bachelor of Theology degree from Northeastern Bible College and a Master of Divinity from Biblical Theological Seminary. Because of his passion for “Life”, Bob serves as Chairman of the Board for the Pregnancy Resource Center of the Poconos. He also serves on the Development Committee for Church Extension, a church planting ministry of the Bible Fellowship Church. He is blessed with two sons and 3 grandchildren and enjoys fishing and golf.