Meet Scott Savage.
I’m a pastor and a writer who helps people laugh, challenges them to think, and invites them to grow.
It’s Nice To Meet You.
No matter how you found this page, I’m glad you’re here. If you’re feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or unclear, I’d love to help you find clarity and freedom.
My passion is helping people like you take their next step forward. The resources you find here were designed to empower you with Biblical, accessible, and practical direction as you pursue greater freedom and purpose in your life.
I create resources to help people like you find clarity and freedom.
The ‘Start Over’ Guide
Do you need a fresh start? Whether it’s the end of the year or just the end of a season in life, we all have moments where we need a new beginning. This 20-page workbook moves you through 9 key questions to help you release what’s behind you and take ahold of what’s ahead of you.
The Gratitude Muscle Challenge: What Science and Scripture Are Telling Us About How to Transform Our Lives
Feel stuck? Struggling through a dark time? This e-book will empower you to begin a 21-day journey that will change the way you see your life.
Free To Forgive
62% of Americans believe they need more forgiveness in their personal lives. But, forgiveness can be difficult and intimidating. Where do you start? In this video course, I guide you through a process I’ve used to overcome betrayal and move beyond bitterness.
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I don’t like to brag.
So I let others do it for me.
I love serving churches and organizations, using my writing and speaking to empower audiences to take their next step forward.
"Scott’s just so dang inspirational! He writes with wit, wisdom, and authenticity."
Best-Selling Author of 101 Secrets for Your Twenties
“Perspective is essential and Scott pens wisdom beyond his years."
Corporate Event Producer
“The first time I heard Scott speak, I felt like I was the only person in the room, like he was talking directly to me.”
Super-Bowl Champion and All-Pro NFL Safety
Scott Savage Blog
Tips on spiritual growth, emotional health, and relational healing.
What would you say if a close friend came to you who couldn’t forgive themselves? How would you counsel them? Now turn those words on yourself. Aren’t you worthy of that same advice? Do those words only apply to them or can they be relevant for you too?
Trust is extended, never demanded. Loyalty is earned, not required. When someone is demanding your trust without apology or repentance, be careful.
“I have a problem with reconciliation. I will never be able to reconcile with two people who have passed away. Is there something I can to do relieve my regrets, knowing that I will never be able to talk to them again in this life?”