The Team

When God calls a ministry staff together for a season of
ministry, and that season is characterized by godly hard work, personal
spiritual growth, church health, and church growth, praise DJIversonHim! At the ground
level, it is a beautiful thing to work with people that you respect and whose spiritual
gifts fit with and accentuate your own. Playing as part of symphony is much
more fun than playing solo.

 Over the past several months, God has been calling together
a spiritually-minded, hard-working, immensely talented group of individuals to serve
him hear at North County. I am pleased to share that this month, God has provided North County
Church of Christ with two new additions to the team.

D.J. Iverson is already on-board and serving as Youth Minister.
D.J. was born and raised in the San Diego area. He brings a great sense of
humor, immense creativity, and a highly relational ministry style that will
serve the Kingdom well among Sr. High students. Peterwilson

 Later this month, Peter Wilson will be joining the NCCC
staff as Minister of Worship and Spiritual Formation and bringing his amazing
wife Lindsey with him. Peter and Lindsey both sing with the ZOE Praise Team and
TrueLift. In addition to leading worship on Sunday mornings, Peter will also
join the elders and me in cultivating the inner life of God’s people.

 Keep your eye on North County. God is definitely up to
something in Escondido, California. He was before and will be after, but this
season of God’s work in San Diego County is going to be fun 🙂

Dr. Tim Spivey is Pastor of New Vintage Church in Escondido, California. He is the author of numerous articles and one book, "Jesus: The Powerful Servant." A sought after speaker for events, Tim also serves as Adjunct Professor of Religion at Pepperdine University. Tim serves as a church consultant, and his writings are featured on numerous websites, including:, Church Executive magazine, Faith Village, Sermon Central, and Giving Rocket.

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