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We want the best, but at what cost?
We all have a common thread: to compete at our highest level and attain our best.
Clayton Kershaw’s intentionality with time has led to impact beyond the diamond.
Disciple-makers lead a ministry to health and greatness.
Just 1% of organizations rated by Charity Navigator have received as many consecutive four-star evaluations.
FCA saw great impact in 2019 with 50,000 faith decisions through 20,000 Huddles, 800 Camps, 500 Fields of Faith Events and 190,000 Bibles distributed worldwide. It's a testament to FCA’s vision for the past 65 years.
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.
About a hundred middle schoolers came to one football camp. For FCA, it means more than learning to pass and catch; it's a chance to share the love of Jesus Christ.
A myriad of campers take part in activities during the 12th annual FCA Sports Camps at East High School.
The Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Monday announced that more than 2,000 fans attended the 11th annual Victory Bowl football game and nearly 500 watched the sixth annual volleyball match held earlier this month.
Honoring Armstrong (March 29, 1924 – March 11, 2019), a vital partner and indispensable colleague in shaping and enabling the mission of FCA.