My name is Scott Cason Frazier and I’m a pastor living in the live music & breakfast taco eating capital of the world: Austin, Texas.

I’m married up in the world to a beautiful, world-changing, West Texas, Jesus-loving hippy named Chelsesa Senee who is one of the most talented people I know.

A beautiful baby girl came crashing into my life August 3rd, 2014 named Davy Elizabeth. Yes, I’m from Texas. No, we didn’t name her after Davy Crockett. Davy spent roughly the first 5 months of her existence in Dell’s Children Hospital fighting for her life and we’re humbled that God heard our cries and brought her through that trial. She’s now at home getting healthier and more stubborn (like her daddy) every day. You can watch a short film about her life here.

I graduated from the University of Texas (hook ‘em), spent a year and a half selling nuts, bolts & screws (no, seriously I did…think Tim the Tool Man Taylor) all before coming on staff at the Austin Stone.

Here are a handful of random facts about me to help give you all a more rounded picture. I’m a fitness enthusiast, love to dance, my guilty pleasure is pop music and once tore my ACL playing Quidditch trying to be Harry Potter.

Glad you are checking out the blog and I would love to connect with you here as well:

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  1. First of all, thank you so much for creating this website & taking time to update all of us on how we can be praying for precious Davy. I have been praying so hard for her & you & Chelsea. I can’t imagine what y’all are going through, but please know that Stephen & I cannot stop thinking about & praying for your family.

    Months ago, I was doing a moms devotional and I was reminded of this piece of scripture. I constantly felt the desire to send it to you & Chelsea as encouragement, but for whatever reason held off. I know my words are nothing compared to His word, so I just wanted to send this verse your way. The future can often be overwhelming & scary, so in those times, I just pray that this verse would be a reminder to trust in God’s soveirgnty & what He is doing in this moment.

    Matthew 6:34

    “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.”

    We are praying and pleading for miracles for your beautiful daughter & trusting that our God will heal her little body. Please let us know how we can help in any way- whether it be meals, hosting family or friends, or simply prayers. What strong parents Davy has been blessed with. Even when y’all feel exhausted & tired, y’all are doing an incredible job at being the parents God specifically chose for little Davy Elizabeth. We love y’all.

  2. While we’ve never met, I happened to read your blog through a friend’s post. I will pray daily for your precious Davy, as well as for your entire family. I was once in your shoes, with a baby girl in the NICU with a congenital defect. I can assure you of only one thing from what I learned: God is there with you. When you pray, He hears; when you find praise in the midst of the storm, He rejoices; and when you pour your heart out (maybe through tears), He comforts. My hope for you is that you feel the tangible embrace of the MANY people praying for you and that God speaks to you of His reassuring hope as you turn to Him for answers. He is the Great Healer and my ultimate prayer for you is that you see His miraculous healing in precious Davy. She is absolutely beautiful! God bless.

    1. We are so sorry to hear about your precious baby girl. It is difficult to even begin to understand what you all are going through.

      We will pray for God to bring healing, comfort, courage and strength to you, Chelsea but especially Davy. We will also pray for wisdom for the medical team as they continue to help Davy.

      Katie and Nolan McWherter

  3. Dear Chelsea and Scott,
    Charles and I are praying – thank you for leading us before the Throne of God with your words and little Davy’s photo. We know He hears and is faithful – with our love and prayers before our Father, we bring Davy and Chelsea and you.
    Interceding, The Older Nehmes

  4. Dear Chelsea and Scott,
    I can’t begin, as a mother, to even comprehend or fathom what you are going through in your lives and little Davy’s life. (Love her name!)
    I so admire you for sharing with those of us in the blogosphere and for your steadfast faith. I know I would have lost mine long ago. I have had less happen to me and have given up many, many times. (Fortunately,for me, I have come back, too.)
    I will pray for you and your family as you struggle through this season of you lives.
    What a treasure your blog will be for you and your family.
    Thanks for sharing your story and your faith.
    God’s Blessings.
    Robbie (aka RobbyeFaye)
    Jeremiah 29:11

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