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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.
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.
Dodger Pitcher Clayton Kershaw's Focus is to Honor God in World Series
On game day, the athletes across the field are the enemy. But Wednesday night, that foe could become family.
How one ultrarunner turned an obsession into a path to character.
Nebraska offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Troy Walters speaks at the Norfolk Country Club on Monday afternoon as part of a Fellowship of Christian Athletes gathering.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is on a mission to see the world transformed by Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. One way they're making that happen is by hosting hundreds of summer camps around the world that train students spiritually and athletically.
Campers participate in 7-on-7 competitions at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes team camp at USC Upstate.