Doris Regina Scott was born on January 31, 1956 in Bessemer, AL. She was born to the late Thomas Howard Brantley and Virginia Dare. She confessed Christ and was baptized at Woodward Chapel A.M.E. Church under Reverend W. G. Treadwell. She graduated from Wenonah High School in 1975. She was a member of the Wenonah High School choir, studied cosmetology, and other academic subjects. She was a committed member of Faith Temple Church under the leadership of Bishop Ruby E. Kile. At Faith Temple, she sang in the choir and worked with outreach ministries. Regina was united in matrimony to Kenneth Scott, a soldier in the United States Army on November 24, 1984. They resided for two years in Wiesbaden, Germany. Regina and Kenneth were then transferred to Fort Hood, Texas. While stationed in Texas, they came under the care of Bishop Nathaniel and Pastor Valerie Holcomb of the Christian House of Prayer in Central Texas (CHOP). Under this ministry, they grew in the grace of God and in spiritual leadership. It was at this time that both Regina and Kenneth began to work in their life’s calling and passion--the work of the Ministry. Regina was a Deaconess, Minister, and served as Chief Financial Officer over the church’s Finance Department and Executive Director of the Christian House of Prayer Daycare Facility. She was a graduate of CHOP’s School of the Prophets where she obtained her minister’s ordination. God called them to return to Birmingham, AL in 1996. They worked continuously in outreach ministries until God birthed Spiritual Warfare Ministries in 1997. She was an inspiration to her husband who wrote 14 best-selling Christian books which were published and are still in High demand. She was co-founder of Love of God Ministries, the church that she and Pastor Scott established in 2001 and pastored for 15 years. Her heart’s passion in the ministry was for working with women, especially hurting women. She continued working with King’s Daughters Women’s Ministry and established a branch here in Birmingham at Love of God Ministries. She also led a monthly ministry at Jessie’s Place where she provided women and children with dinner, prayer, hope and encouragement, and most importantly, the Word of God. Minister Doris Scott was called home from labor to reward on Sunday, December 6, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents Thomas Howard Brantley and Virginia Dare, six siblings, and husband and love of her life of almost 35 years, Pastor Kenneth Scott. She leaves to cherish her memories: her daughter, Angela Scott of Birmingham, AL; one sister, Barbara Gaines of Birmingham, AL; her brothers Reverend Erroll L. Brantley Sr. (Jackie) of Adamsville, AL; Elder Wendell Brantley (Portia) of Chelsea, AL; and Howard Bernard Brantley of Atlanta, GA. She also leaves to cherish her memory two very special friends: Pastor Valerie Holcomb of the Christian House of Prayer of Killeen, TX and Pastor Allison Tedder of the Christian House of Prayer of Colorado Springs, CO. She also leaves to cherish her memory a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and many other relatives, seven godchildren, friends, and church family members of the Christian House of Prayer, Love of God Ministries, and Solid Rock Church.
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