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Introducing...

Noel & Kyle Becchetti


Serving as Vice President
for Leader Development

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Administrator
for Leader Development



Bio: Noel & Kyle Becchetti

 

Biographical Profile

 

Current Assignments

  • Noel Becchetti was named Vice President for Leader Development, effective October 1, 2012.
  • Kyle Becchetti currently serves as Administrator for Leader Development for Asian Access.

 

Previous Posts

  • Prior to this post, Noel served as Executive Director for Truthseekers International, a ministry committed to spiritual and social freedom for the oppressed lower castes of India. He previously served for 13 years as President of Center for Student Missions (CSM), an urban short-term mission and service ministry working in the United States and Canada. He also enjoyed over 12 years at Youth Specialties, where he launched and directed Youthworker Journal and eventually served as Vice President, Publishing.
  • Before her involvement with A2, Kyle served as Director of Operations for Truthseekers. Previous to her time with Truthseekers, Kyle served 17 years with CSM, first as Chicago City Director and eventually as Vice President of Operations. Before her service with CSM, she was an attorney, first with the City of San Diego and subsequently in private practice. She maintains an active license to practice law in California.

 

Church Involvement

Noel and Kyle are members of Community Covenant Church (CCC) in El Cajon, California, where Noel served 12 years as director of missions and Kyle served 10 years as a member of the elder board.  They are also part of CCC’s jail ministry team and Noel enjoys an occasional call to fill in with the CCC worship band. CCC is a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church of America (ECC). Noel served two terms on the ECC National Executive Board, and Kyle served two terms on the Board of Trustees for North Park University and Seminary, including three years as Chair of the Board.

 

Personal

Noel and Kyle live in El Cajon, California. They have two children, Elise and Evan, and (as of 2012) a brand-new grandson, Noah!

 

 


Recent Articles about Noel Becchetti

 

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If you spend any time in the Philippines, you will learn quickly that basketball is amazingly popular. Filipinos love to play, watch, and talk about the sport. So when we set up the schedule for Asian Access Philippines Class One, we made sure to build in afternoon time for our leaders to enjoy their favorite pastime.  What we hadn’t counted on is how much our leaders were invested in sharing, and hearing, one another’s life stories. The second full day of an A2 first session focuses on developing and sharing a timeline—a poster-sized template that allows each leader to map out their personal, spiritual, and ministry journeys.  The morning is spent developing the timelines, then everyone breaks for lunch. Upon returning from lunch...

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EV1 final title slide 2017 04 25 flat 700pxGroundbreaking book released May 1 platforms national leaders across Asia

Asian Access is releasing a brand new series today called, Eastern Voices: Insight, Perspective, and Vision from Kingdom Leaders in Asia In Their Own Words.

Noel Becchetti, VP for Leader Development at Asian Access served as editor of the compilation of 14 stories from 15 different Asian authors. In his introduction, Becchetti writes:

"It's time to hear the voices. The voices have actually...

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On January 16–19, 30 handpicked leaders attended an orientation session co-sponsored by the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches (PCEC) and the Philippines for Jesus movement (PFJ). Between them, PCEC and PFJ represent 55,000 of the more than 68,000 Protestant churches now active in the Philippines. They include churches from more than 75 different denominations. Bishops Noel Pantoja from PCEC and Dan Balais from PFJ headed the group that attended the session. “Asian Access/Philippines is an answer to a prayer for...

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Dave Shive Dec2016 mosaicAsian Access is blessed with a pool of gifted faculty. These dedicated leaders volunteer their time to build into the lives of A2 participants in the twelve countries where the core A2 program and the new training for marketplace leaders takes place. Dave Shive is one of those gifted faculty. A 44-year ministry veteran, Dave currently serves as a regional missions mobilizer for Frontier Ventures, formerly known as the U.S. Center for World Missions. He recently taught an Asian Access session in a country that, for security reasons, we won’t identify by name. Our A2 Liaison (who also prefers to remain anonymous) worked with Dave at this session. He was very impressed with Dave’s teaching, as you can read in these excerpts from the Liaison’s report...

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Why A2?

Why are you serving with Asian Access?

The Kingdom of God on earth is expressed and advanced primarily through the Church. . . and the Church is expressed and advanced through the ministries of Godly, gifted leaders. A2 is one of the most effective ministries I know in growing, mentoring and supporting effective leaders in the most dynamic mission field of our time, Asia. I'm thrilled and humbled to join such an amazing team of men and women.

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