International Ministries

About Us

Scott E Frye, Founder & President


Pastor Scott Frye was called into ministry in 1981 after being delivered by God from drug and alcohol addiction overnight while a junior in high school.  He completed one year of ministry education at Lincoln Christian University before transferring to Indiana University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work in 1986.  He worked as a substance abuse probation officer and counselor for three years before beginning a career in the corporate world as a customer service manager. He is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.  He has served as a Christian counselor at Kane County Jail in North Aurora, Illinois and an inmate counselor at the Marion County Jail and the Indiana Women’s Prison, both in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

In 2010, Scott founded VIP International Ministries, representing “Vision, Inspiration, and Preparation”.  The ministry is designed to bring “resurrection power to all nations” with a sense of urgency and expectancy.  Following a mission trip to Nairobi, Kenya in 2009, God placed a calling on his life and in his spirit to establish a humanitarian and Christian-based effort to help support the people of Kenya through education, environmental improvement, and evangelistic campaigns. The “Kenya Project” is an integral part of VIP International Ministries.  He ministers in Kenya two weeks on an annual basis in the cities of Nairobi, Kibera, Nakuru, Kyangombe, Kisimu and Kitale.  The ministry has opened a Fellowship Centre in the Flamingo Estate area of Nakuru which provides counseling for families and widows. The feeding programmes provide daily meals of uji (porridge) to 250 children each day in Kisumu and at the Martin Junior School in Nakuru. 

In May of 2012 VIPIM opened the Baby Jewel Pendo Children's Home which provides housing for orphaned children in Flamingo Estate Nakuru.
 In December of 2013, VIPIM-India was launched with the opening of House of Hope which houses, educates, and feeds 28 children. VIPIM-Philippines was also launched in January of 2014 which provides support for children, Bible distribution, and evangelist efforts there.

Scott is an inspirational speaker, teacher, youth leader, and prayer support team organizer. He is currently a member of Victory Cathedral Worship Center in Bolingbrook Illinois which is shepherded by Pastor Smokie Norful and is part of the Pastoral Care Ministry Team.  He formerly attended New Covenant Worship Center in Joliet where he was ordained as Pastor on March 29, 2014 by Pastor Jonas Jones. Prior to that he was a member of One Vision Worship Center where he served as the Vice President of the Youth Department, Prayer Support Team Leader, and Christian Education Director. Prior to joining One Vision Worship Center in October of 2008, he was the Youth Leader for ages 12-19 and Chairman for the Welcome Committee at First Assembly of God in Joliet, Illinois.


Scott resides in Plainfield Illinois with his wife, Paula, whom he married in 1991.  Scott and Paula have no children.





Pastor John Kennadi Palleti-Director-India



My name is Palleti John Kennadi, I was lucky enough to be born into Christian family through which I have experienced the love of God first-hand ever since childhood. I received my calling from Him in my early teens and followed His path and have been doing so ever since. In the year of 2000, the Lord saved and called me for his services ever since then. Who would deny a loving father’s call to carry forward his work? It is through his blessing that I have been able to support and serve many orphans, destitute and many elderly parents who either have nobody or who are neglected by their families. Since then, I have been conducting Sunday school, youth retreats, and youth conventions in villages and towns. Through these sacrificial services very many young men and women have been saved and accepted the Lord as their personal savior. Every day, in this way the lord is using me for his services through New Life Church and Sow Into the Kingdom of God Ministries (SITKOG).
“THIS IS THE WORD OF JEHOVAH UNTO ZERUBBAEL SAYING, NOT BY MIGHT, NOR BY POWER, BUT MY SPIRIT, SAITH JEHOVAH”-ZACHARIAH-4:6. I have strongly believed in these inspiring words. They have always kept the fire of determination burning within me and have inspired me to overcome obstacles time and time again. In my endeavor to succeed, these words have helped me throughout my life.

Being a traditional Christian, I have gained foundation in the Bible through Bachelor of Theology, which helped me to stand in this place, provided me the right impetus to develop my capabilities along with a strong focus on academics, leading my school as a captain instilled in me confidence and courage and taught me various aspects of leadership and management. Though my education at school and college, I was fascinated by the physical world around me and the basic principles on which the foundations of the Bible were built are still my beacons. Right through my after graduation, I developed an obsession for pressing and sharing gospel. Even in my Masters of Education, all that I learn and other ways to apply these principles to ministry. This realization made me coordinate and harmonize my work. In fact, this made me to venture into the finer points in the ministry, helping me to find reasons and answers too many questions. The basics of principles of Christianity, ministry work and as a teacher in a school have been so imbibed in my mind that even at the sight of a problem from my personal life. I feel quite comfortable to extract analogies and arrive at the crux of the problem, using only few basic principles in Christ. My interest in this field made me to participate in various crusades organized on Christianity by various ministries at various places around the country. I was humble servant of God who transformed into strong warriors in his army and the only weapon that our master gave me in his verse. I am happy to let you know that I preach the word of God to the minorities and deprived classes in the remotest areas and feel extremely elated when those brother and sisters come to me and say that Christianity had brought about a great change in their lives. It is my privilege and honor to work with VIPIM as an Indian Director through House of Hope. Finally, It is my desire that as long as I live in this world I never leave the Lord until His glorious call from the throne


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