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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.
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.
At Cape Girardeau Central High School, more than 130 students from fifth through eighth grades are at the three-day Fellowship of Christian Athletes Power Camp.
Former NFL coach Les Steckel delivers a faith-sharing message as the keynote speaker during the 10th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast at the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) hosted its annual Golf Breakfast with the Pros event at Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa on Wednesday, May 9, enabling junior athletes to interact with professionals while learning about how God can impact their personal and professional lives.
Keenum was in Oklahoma City to speak at the 44th annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-State Event at Crossings Christian Church.