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Nearly 1,000 Participants at Fellowship of Christian Athletes Pennsylvania Camp Learn the Plan God Has for Their Lives as They Sharpen Their Sports Skills and Strengthen Their Relationship with Christ
Clayton Kershaw’s intentionality with time has led to impact beyond the diamond.
Blessed by mentors, Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles now wants to equip others.
Mason Rudolph helped present awards to high school and junior high students while also being featured in a question and answer session with John Talley, an FCA area representative.
Ernie Johnson has been a staple in sports television for decades, but through it all he’s always made sure he was something else first – a family man.
Brian Stone, who played for and coached the Manchester Central boys’ hockey team, died shortly after playing in a men’s league game at JFK Coliseum.
The Oklahoma chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes will receive some of the proceeds from the 101st Oklahoma City International Auto Show.
Gearing up with pads and helmets at both the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics, Team USA hockey player Gigi Marvin girded herself with her favorite Bible verse, too.
Through FCA, Gigi Marvin encountered people who taught her how to read the Bible and apply it to her life, how to pray and pray for others.
Kelly Clark, 34, is one of several Olympic athletes whose stories of faith were featured in the January/February issue of FCA Magazine.
David Wise stands out, not solely because he is a world-class athlete, but also because he is a committed Christian, husband and father.
Dan Meers, who has portrayed Kansas City Chiefs mascot KC Wolf, shared his faith at the Mark Twain Area FCA Banquet.
At this year’s Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, several Christian athletes are competing.