Abbey D’Agostino is a three-time NCAA champion and just missed the Olympics in 2012, but she measures herself by God’s standards instead of the world’s.
The story of how God is using Alex Hagler and the Memphis FCA staff to reach a new generation of female athletes.
LSU heptathlete Kaitlyn Moreau’s satisfaction in Christ has changed the way she competes and transformed relationships.
Sue Ramsey, the 2011 FCA Kay Yow Heart of a Coach award winner, led Ashland to a national crown.
Orange County (Calif.) FCA hosts 1,100 students, sees 148 make decisions for Christ at 13th annual event.
After being released from his professional basketball contract, Heiden Ratner has obediently followed God and become a leader at Kentucky Christian University.
Tigers linebacker earns honor as FBS player who best epitomizes student-athlete and faith model.
Grinnell College’s Jack Taylor, who gained fame for scoring 138 points in one game, is using his new platform to tell the world about Christ.
Adam Smith is putting God’s Word in classmates’ hands and making an eternal impact on his campus.
FCA staff members help a Kutztown University professor has found a way to use old issues of FCA Magazine.