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“I am humbled and excited to see God’s plan unfold."
Preparing myself for Thanksgiving, I started to think how I could look at my favorite holiday through the generous lens. Then it hit me. This year, I don’t want to just be someone who is giving thanks, but someone who is generous in thanks.
Clayton Kershaw’s intentionality with time has led to impact beyond the diamond.
FCA has welcomed three new international leaders, as the ministry continues to grow and expand into more and more countries throughout the world.
Blessed by mentors, Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles now wants to equip others.
Sixty-five years ago, a young basketball coach wondered why athletes endorsed products like shaving cream and cigarettes, but not a Christian lifestyle. That insight became the backbone for one of the largest sports organizations that has a vision to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
The number of homicides in Baltimore continues to rise with one of the latest killings happening on Lexington Street Wednesday morning. Wednesday evening, a group of football players gathered to pray for peace.
This week more than 250,000 students across the nation joined together on football fields as part of a faith-filled initiative by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), encouraging their classmates to pray, read their Bibles, and "open up their life to Christ."
Speakers and performers took the stage on the Southside Middle School football field for Fields of Faith on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The honor and privilege of making disciples as Jesus commanded leads to Christ-like compassion.
“I passionately pursue Christ because I want to be a witness for Him and use this platform to impact our community."
Where do we go to increase our knowledge of how to be an effective and influential leader? How do we learn to model the characteristics of a leader with integrity?
Who are you ... really? Coming to theaters nationwide on August 23, OVERCOMER is a powerful, sports-themed movie that doubles as a ministry tool with a great huddle discussion guide.
Chrissy Baird was a part of the UCLA women's basketball team for five seasons before graduating. After leaving her sport behind, the guard struggled to redefine herself outside of athletics.
SportCamp that was held June 24-28 at the Valley Center Elementary School (VCES) and other nearby venues struck all the right chords. This was truly an example in which sports was being utilized not only in one of its purest forms but also in a very nurturing environment.