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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.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) announced it has distributed 190,000 Bibles in 2019. FCA, a sports ministry, prints about 200,000 Bibles yearly and also distributed 2.5 million Bibles around the world over the last 15 years.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Howard about his senior year at Marquette, the 51-point game, where his faith journey began, and how a missions trip to Costa Rica urged him to help start an FCA chapter at his school.
FCA's Kirk Eland, volunteer and Board of Trustees member, reminds us that supporters and donors are a part of the Huddle too.
Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins scored his very playoff victory on Sunday in quite memorable fashion—throwing the touchdown pass to tight end Kyle Rudolph in overtime. The game-winning move led the Vikings to a 26-20 victory over the New Orleans Saints. It was the first playoff overtime win in the team’s history.
Jim Dimick, who coached baseball at St. Olaf College in Northfield for 27 seasons, is “one of the icons of the game in our state,” according to University of Minnesota baseball coach John Anderson.
Jon Wassink, a Western Michigan University senior quarterback, was named a recipient of the Wuerffel Trophy. The trophy is presented annually to the Football Bowl Subdivision player who best combines community service with athletic and academic achievement.
Sixty-five years ago, a young basketball coach wondered why athletes endorsed products like shaving cream and cigarettes, but not a Christian lifestyle. That insight became the backbone for one of the largest sports organizations that has a vision to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
The number of homicides in Baltimore continues to rise with one of the latest killings happening on Lexington Street Wednesday morning. Wednesday evening, a group of football players gathered to pray for peace.
This week more than 250,000 students across the nation joined together on football fields as part of a faith-filled initiative by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), encouraging their classmates to pray, read their Bibles, and "open up their life to Christ."
Speakers and performers took the stage on the Southside Middle School football field for Fields of Faith on Wednesday, Oct. 2.