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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
A look at where the Competitor's Creed and Coach's Mandate came from and their influence today.
We’re natural competitors; what do we do when we have nothing to outwardly show for our efforts?
Clayton Kershaw’s intentionality with time has led to impact beyond the diamond.
Experiencing transformation in a season of waiting.
Bennett honored with FCA’s ‘Barnabas’ award for his commitment to Christ, integrity and encouragement to others.
UCLA head women’s basketball coach recognized for leadership, service and godly commitment on and off the court.
Legendary coach Lou Holtz spoke to high school students in Maryland and shared his life and faith philosophies.
FCA helps athletes at Utah State balance life and sports.
Southwest Florida's flourishing FCA Huddles keep kids focused on God.
A recap of FCA Ukraine's 2015 Undefeated Power Camp.
Tug Valley (W.V.) hosts "Courts for Christ" for peers and community.
FCA Ukraine hosts its 2016 Ben Zobrist Baseball Tournament.
Nebraska sophomore forward Jasmine Cincore showcases Jesus on the court.
FCA Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications Nancy Hedrick talks FCA and its founder Don McClanen.
Don McClanen, who founded Fellowship of Christian Athletes in 1954 after enlisting the support of several Christians in sports, died at age 91. More than 60 years after its founding, FCA is a worldwide ministry that uses athletics as a means of reaching the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Former Northeastern Oklahoma A&M head football coach Chuck Bowman remembers Fellowship of Christian Athletes founder Don McClanen for his passion in getting great athletes to share their faith and be positive influences.