Thursday, July 06, 2006

Our First NOC

Meet Joshua Simmons. He is our first NOC Agent.

So, what exactly is a NOC Agent? It's a cool Mission M Possible idea to connect college students with church planting opportunities in their area. NOC stands for, "Network Operations: Collegiate."

Joshua will be a senior at Appalachian State University (Boone, NC) this fall. He is an experienced worship leader, sound technician, and "whatever-you-need-him-to-do" laborer. Joshua loves to lead people in worship ... he taught himself how to play the guitar. In fact, we hope that Joshua will be able to lead a special "Leading Worship: Guitar" training track at one of our Mission M Possible Summer Mission Weeks in 2007.

Joshua is an awesome young man of God, and will make a great addition to a Church Planting team.

Check out Joshua's NOC page on our Mission M Possible web site. And if you're in western North Carolina, give him a call! He stands ready to serve.

Are you a college student? Would you like to engage in Student Church Planting in your area? We would love to help. Check out our web site. Send us a note. We'll add you to the NOC List.


Blogger Sarah said...

You can sign me up!

2:46 PM  
Blogger Geoff Baggett said...


We will need a bio, a cool photo of you in a crowd (like we were doing surveillance), and information on what types of church planting experiences you have or ministries you would like to "plug in" to. Once I have all of that, I can get your "dot" on the map and have your page up and running. We'll assign you a e-mail address ... the whole shebang!


6:35 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Geoff- Man, Roger's going to be so stoked that I'm getting so involved. I'm the foster daughter on his bio! Yeah, so it looks as though this is turning into a family business!! Glad to know that he's got someone cool like you to partner with! I'll get you my info and all the other good jazz to you hopefully by tomorrow night. What sort of things do you want in the bio?

7:21 PM  
Blogger Michael Jones said...

Sign me up to.

4:50 PM  

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