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FCA In Action

Published on December 31, 2018


Just like the first disciples who received the invitation—“Come, follow me”—amidst their nets and boats along a familiar seashore, God continues to call us from our homes, workplaces, churches and playing fields. He calls us to follow Him and to love one another. We see FCA in action every day. Huddles unite and respond to disasters. Camps equip athletes with resources to know Christ. Serve teams open doors for the gospel to be shared internationally through sports. We believe that, just like that day at the Sea of Galilee, God continues to call disciples to follow Him. It’s our mission at FCA to support every coach and athlete, and to equip them with opportunities to go and make more disciples.

Krisi Boren, a part-time FCA administrative assistant in northeast Mississippi, loves to gather people and let God work. She dreamed up an event called “I am” to increase ministry opportunities for women in the region by providing an encouraging message. Author Sadie Robertson spoke at the sold-out event that hosted more than 1,300 women.



Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs World Series winning outfielder and second baseman, sponsors an annual “Zorilla Cup” baseball tournament in Kiev, Ukraine.


FCA Lacrosse has organized Team Serve to serve the nations. Through Team Serve, they gave away over 1,000 SERVE wristbands to several Israeli teams during scrimmages to help them prepare for a global gathering that takes place every four years.

After the shooting in Las Vegas in October 2017, student-athletes involved with the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) FCA Huddle held a prayer vigil to share Christ’s comfort amid tragedy. They wrote encouraging, biblically-based letters and delivered red, “We Care” bags to anonymous Mandalay Bay employees.



Simon Mwanamoya in Zambia is praying to see God spread sports ministry all across Africa by training coaches with 3Dimensional Coaching.

FCA Korea held its first ever Coaches’ Breakfast event with more than 50 coaches from various sports at many levels, from collegiate to professional.


After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico native and FCA volunteer Ricky Ufret spearheaded a partnership between FCA and SERV, (an Atlanta-based Christian relief organization that provides low-cost meals and clean water for impoverished people around the world). Together, they raised over $70,000 and sent roughly 2,000 water filters to San Juan after the hurricane.

FCA staff members and volunteers in Kansas City host a chapel service for the fans who will attend the Chiefs game before each home game.