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INTERNATIONAL STORIES

  • The Power of Belonging

    FCA Korea hosted 100k run and summer Fields of Faith to deepen athlete connection.

  • Connection That Continues

    FCA Southeast Asia team hosted a coaches’ marriage getaway that refreshed spirits and sparked new Huddles.

  • Are You Faking It?

    It is easy to fake it and hard to be real. In the midst of a pandemic, we are desperately trying to show people we aren’t just surviving but thriving.

  • White Knuckles

    When we grip tightly to the things we can’t control, we quickly get white knuckles. Usually we don’t see them turn white, but everyone around us does!

  • Not Alone

    FCA Ukraine’s internship program inspires the next generation to go deeper in ministry.

  • Saying Yes

    How accepting an invite to an online Huddle in Ukraine gave a professional soccer player deeper faith and friendships.

  • The Larry Principle

    I’ll never forget the FCA Leadership Camp I was directing when Larry got up to share at open mic night.

  • Renewing Coaches’ Souls in Korea

    FCA Korea arranged a retreat as a time of renewal. It was a strategic step designed to unite spouses’ hearts and minds around the same vision and mission.

  • 2 Ounces of Power

    In times of crisis, the issues of the heart are magnified. If there is hatred in a person’s heart, the tongue will spew criticism.

  • Heartbeat for God

    Moses Muge, international leader for FCA in Kenya, has dedicated his life to changing the landscape of coaching by leading transformationally.

  • Sharing the Vision

    Davie and Charlene Waggett recount numerous FCA impact moments they've experienced.

  • The Enemy of Today

    Today we are facing an enemy that will destroy mankind. Throughout history, we have encountered disease and sickness that ravages families, friends and community; however, there is a greater danger that threatens to kill us from the inside out.