The Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ 2014 camp season has arrived to encourage athletes to go “All In” for Jesus Christ.
The face of today’s FCA barely resembles that of just three or four decades ago.
Carey Casey didn’t know how big one step could be when he got on the bus for FCA Camp.
Celebrating our 60th Anniversary by digging into the vault for classic stories. Here’s a great look at camps from 51 years ago.
FCA’s National Conference in 1956 has been called the most important event in FCA history. Founder Don McClanen called it “an absolute miracle.”
Nearly 60,000 attendees at 429 camps across the globe experience God’s relentless love and pursuit in 2013.
The impact FCA Camp made on this trio is still being felt on their campuses and in their communities.
Campers are learning that FCA Camps are as much as about a relationship with Christ as they are about sports.
God answered the staff’s prayer on the first night of an FCA Camp in Albany, Ga., last weekend.
FCA Camps not only show campers how to be a relentless competitor, but how to relentlessly pursue God.