The Big Think
The 4th Annual Big Think is carrying on its tradition of bringing church and non-profit leaders together from the region. We will continue to steal best ideas, borrow each others’ creativity and tease out from each other innovative workable plans for our ministries. We all have big goals and practical problems; we want to unlock our potential by having a Big Think together. “We don’t know that what we’re missing is right in front of us.”
February 22 – 23, 2019
If you have any questions email Miki Montoya email@example.com
“When they take a survey of women in business—of the Fortune 500—80% of them were in sports as a young woman.”
–Billie Jean King
Do you want to get better in your sport? Or do you want your sport to make you better? It’s the same process for both. Girls with Grit is a gathering of athletes, coaches and parents of athletes who use sport as a vehicle to live their best life.
March 13 at 6pm – 9pm
Gospel Conversations: Break Through to Substance
85% of people in the church today feel it is somebody’s else job to share the gospel. Change that mindset, equip every believer and we will impact the whole community for Christ. Get tools to share the Gospel in any context and move from simple to serious to significance to spiritual through practicing.
Saturday, March 23, 9am – 3pm
Future dates: Saturday, October 5
If you have any questions email Miki Montoya at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become Like a Child Training
April 27, 2019
9:00am – 3:00pm
We are gearing up for our 17th year of The Best Kid Thing on Earth! KidsGames is 4 weeks of sports and creative art fun. Be on the look out for volunteer and kids registration to be opening up in Spring of 2019. Popular electives fill up fast and you don’t want to miss out on the fun!
Week 1 – June 24th – 28th
No KidsGames the Week of July 4th
Week 2 – July 8th – 12th
Week 3 – July 15th – 19th
Week 4 – July 22nd – 26th
Cost is $110 per child per week
Want to move from a hazy idea of how to fulfill the Great Commission? Want to have clear aims and set goals? For 15 years we have held trainings in the foundations of sports ministry. On our roster of trained sports people are both locals and athletes from many other countries. Along the way, people who have just wanted more depth in discipleship or ministry in other streams of culture have tagged along. We are changing this year trainings to accommodate the 9 to 5 workers.
Some of the modules we cover are:
• Building effective teams
• Experiential learning
• Sharing the Gospel
• Influential leadership
September 19, 5:309pm – 9:30pm
September 20, 5:309pm – 9:30pm
September 21, 8:30am – 4:30pm
September 22, 1pm – 5pm
FUSE (Youth Leadership Development) is a disciple-making process that enables youth to lead now. We will fuse faith, character and skills together in experiential challenges, adventure learning and engaging projects. FUSE is open for kids 7th grade – 12th grade. If you think your child is interested please email Shannon Downing email@example.com.
Coyote Running Club
Like to Run? The Coyote Running Club as been taking off from NCCC at 7:00am on Sunday mornings! This group of runners like to have fun, while serving our community and building camaraderie through fitness, wellness, community action and support. They are able to do this by, offering a running group for adults of all ages and by serving our members. The Coyote Running Club offers coaching and goal setting support, both personally and through fitness, as it suits the individual and/or group needs. This is a great way to not only check off your cadio, but to build community. Run!!
For more information contact: Kyra Oliver at 760-519-0704, Scott Mills-Johnston at 858-382-9949 or Lisa Lundy at 408-439-7286
Or check us out on our Facebook page: COYOTE RUNNING CLUB
If you want to truly know a person, play a game with them. In one game you see bravery, fear, graciousness and bullying. In one season thrilling triumphs and humbling defeats are experienced. Sports reveals character and can be a vehicle to build character. WLS is a locker room of training and inspiration. Whether in a catalytic event–like KidsGames, the Bridge Conference–or in on going discipleship to athletes, coaches and parents of athletes, WLS works to equip people to become whole persons on the playing field of life.
Debbie Walton – Director of Whole Life Sports Debbie Walton has been on staff at North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad, California for over two decades. Her passion for Children, Sports and Training have been part of her life in ministry during her time at the Church. After overseeing Children’s ministry for 14 years, she moved to the new ministry of Sports where she has been developing the vision for training and discipling kids and adults to live out their faith in and through sports and play. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
September Newsletter Coming