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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.
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.
Minnesota native and NFL star, Adam Thielen, was in Rochester Sunday evening as a keynote speaker for the annual "Night of Champions", he shared the impact his faith has had on his career and life.
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Brian Holman gave an inspiring message to area athletes of his Christian faith that has helped him endure when he was faced with devastating family losses and medical challenges.
Eagles’ guard Stefen Wisniewski told a breakfast audience of about 200 at the Christian college in Langhorne Manor on Saturday that the team's Super Bowl win was made complete because Jesus was there with him.
Members of the Alabama football team prayed with President Donald Trump on Tuesday during their ceremonial visit to the White House for winning the 2017–2018 national championship.
Pastor and author Tom Zobrist, the father of world series Cubs player Ben Zobrist, spoke at the Northern Illinois FCA banquet about training coaches and athletes in "Doing Sports in a Godly Way."