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"FCA taught me what’s important in life."
When we count our days, we make our days count. No more wasted days or even good days. Just God-days ahead for all of us.
Clayton Kershaw’s intentionality with time has led to impact beyond the diamond.
170 leaders from 15 countries gathered for training, fellowship, worship and teambuilding.
A glimpse into FCA's Bible ministry over 65 years.
FCA's Ron Morris was passionate to serve coaches and athletes.
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.
The biggest names in the NFL will gather to name the winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Encourages Team Building and Organizational Skills Through a Faith-Based Approach
What's the role of faith in schools? And what should it be? We introduce you to a man who discovered a student led faith-based group that's getting him on the path to success.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes believes that, through the international platform of sport, coaches and athletes have the power to unite, inspire and change the world. And, believe it or not, this all started with some old magazine clippings of well-known Christian athletes crammed in a dresser drawer.
Integrity. Serving. Teamwork. Excellence. While each of these core values is fundamental to what we do (and who we are as Christ-followers), all of us can “do immeasurably more” through serving.