FCA SPOTLIGHT: Carp High FCA Leader, Noah Reed
(Click the photo above to read Biola's article featuring Noah Reed.)
A little over a year ago FCA staff person, Austin Stockfisch, met with two Carpinteria High School juniors to dream about what FCA could look like on their campus. The administration at Carp High has had trouble with the idea of any Christian (or religous) club on campus but because of FCA's student-led and student-initiated nature, there was hope to bring a huddle to Carp. Noah Reed was one of the juniors that initially met with Austin and now meets regularly with FCA staff, Ryan and Brittany Warner to be sharpened as a leader.
Noah said this about his involvement with FCA:
"FCA has been a great way for me to have influence on underclassmen who I know need someone to look up to. (It) has let me deepen my relationships with many friends, a highlight was our Christmas party (that had an incredible turnout).'
FCA is all about influence and that is something Noah and the leadership team at Carp High have taken to heart this year. They truly live the FCA vision: To see the world (or Carp High) impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.
Noah is continuing to use his platform as an athlete in college. Recently he committed to Biola to swim.
"I chose Biola because I loved the way that God is integrated into everything, and I want to surround myself with that kind of atmosphere and people who are looking for the same thing," said Reed.
- SB FCA Staff
Posted on Wed, February 18, 2015
by Ryan Warner filed under