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“And you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength.” - Mark 12:30
Clayton Kershaw’s intentionality with time has led to impact beyond the diamond.
Dan Britton, the FCA's chief field officer, appeared on the Wednesday afternoon edition of CBN's Newswatch to discuss how the FCA is reaching players and coaches and how they get them to talk about their identity in Jesus Christ.
Marquette's Markus Howard is leading the nation in scoring, while also leading student-athletes to Christ through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter he helped launch on his campus.
Campo shares how he is serving with USA Wrestling, growing up with a legend as a father, how his life got caught up in a cheating scandal, and the beautiful redemption story that God wrote in bringing Campo out of his mess.
Football fans of all ages waited patiently in line for a picture with Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney Thursday night at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville. Swinney spoke to a standing-room-only crowd during the 15th Annual Bartow County FCA Home Team Fundraising Banquet.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Romero about her incredible softball career, where the softball journey began, what Coach Patty Gasso means to her, how she came to faith in Jesus, walking through her dad’s cancer diagnosis, and her favorite moment as an OU softball player.
The chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs thanked the coaches, players and fans while accepting the AFC Championship trophy Sunday but also took a moment to credit God.
“I want to thank the Lord for blessing us with the opportunity,” Clark Hunt said on national television. “The glory belongs to Him.”
Head to toe, the message was a slam dunk. Going into a Minneapolis, Minnesota, gym for practice with his Texas Tech teammates before the 2019 Final Four, Matt Mooney saw a Bible verse that spoke to him — again. Written on the back of a lacrosse player’s helmet was Joshua 1:9.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) hosted the Chick-Fil-A Senior Bowl Rally at the Mobile Convention Center this evening. Thousands of students across the Gulf Coast came out to hear some great music and listen to faith testimonies from Senior Bowl players such as Jalen Hurts (OU), Marlon Davidson (AU), and Blake Ferguson (LSU).
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins says he read through the entire FCA Bible in two years and has recommended that fans do the same.
God is opening doors and using FCA, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, to bring coaches, athletes and churches together in Russia.