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  • Virtuous Woman: Serving and Teamwork

    Virtuous Woman is a 10-session, question-driven small group study that focuses on two of the four key values of FCA:  Serving and Teamwork.  The goal of the FCA Virtuous Woman Curriculum is to present to women in the arena of the privilege and challenge of learning and living out Biblical Womanhood in all areas of life. This goal is accomplished by introducing character traits found in female biblical characters that they can model in their own personal life. It is the third installmen...  Read More...

  • Heart of an Athlete: Maggie Grisell, Furman University

      “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.”     - Proverbs 27:17 Goalkeeper Maggie Grisell entered the Furman soccer program competing for a spot, while God competed for her heart. With help from FCA and teammate Claire Sullivan, she’s learned to let go of her “me” mentality and see soccer as an opportunity to play for a bigger purpose. Grisell enters her senior season knowing it is God who determines her success, whether on the bench or on the field.   Read More...

  • FCA Camps Impact Nearly 100,000 This Summer

        FCA saw a record-breaking year for its popular and life-changing camps program, with 94,505 coaches and athletes attending 619 FCA Camps across America and the world. The 2015 FCA Camps season focused on finding true victory by teaming up with an undefeated God. Many lives were impacted and transformed by outstanding competition and spiritual growth during FCA’s 59th camp season.   Read More...

  • The Knuckler: R.A. Dickey

     “Save me, O God! For the waters have come up to my neck. I sink in deep mire, where there is no foothold; I have come into deep waters, and the flood sweeps over me.   Read More...

  • My Story: Zach Johnson, PGA Golfer

      I’ll try to give you the condensed version… I grew up in Iowa in a great Christian household where church was very important. I went to a Catholic school, so I had religion classes from first through 12th grade. My mom even worked at the church and the school.   Read More...

  • FCA Congratulates Lauren Holiday and the Women's World Cup Champions

       The U.S. became the first nation in the world to win three Women’s World Cup titles last night, as the Women’s National Team (WNT) beat Japan 5-2 in an exciting win that highlighted true team unity. FCA congratulates the WNT after its historic victory, especially standout midfielder Lauren Holiday, who was recently featured in FCA Magazine.   Read More...

  • Some Things Never Change

    In 1991, a team of doctors performed open-heart surgery on a 3-year-old girl from Indiana named Lauren Cheney, trying to close what was a literal hole in her heart. If successful, Lauren’s heart would begin to function properly and forever pump life-sustaining blood. The surgery went well, and Lauren’s doctors encouraged physical activity as part of the recovery process.   Read More...

  • Exhibit A: Monty Williams - New Orleans Pelicans

    When New Orleans Pelicans forward Ryan Anderson came face-to-face with an inexplicable personal tragedy two summers ago, the first call he made was to his mom. The second was to Pelicans head coach Monty Williams. The two men share a strong faith in Christ and, for Williams, it provided an opportunity to love a hurting brother and serve a friend in need.   Read More...

  • Benedictine Baseball Coach to Lead Dominican Republic Mission Trip

    SAVANNAH, Ga.  (WJCL)  Kevin Farmer, a 1992 graduate of Benedictine Military School and the head coach of the Cadets’ 2014 Georgia High School Association Class AA defending state champion baseball team, will lead a team of baseball players from throughout the southeast to the Dominican Republic this summer. Farmer will be joined by his brother, Kyle Farmer, a Benedictine Military School social sciences teacher and baseball assistant coach. He said he hopes high school baseball players...  Read More...

  • Emily Zabor: University of Alabama Tennis

    “…the joy of the LORD is your stronghold.” – Nehemiah 8:10 With tennis in her bloodlines, Alabama’s Emily Zabor has played the sport since she was a young girl, but it didn’t become an all-encompassing love for her until after her freshman year of college. Now, she has learned to devote her sport to her Savior and, more than ever, the senior captain is giving her all to the team in pursuit of God’s higher calling. FCA: In what ways has tennis helped transform you?   Read More...

  • FCA Preps For "Undefeated" Camp Season

    What does it mean to be “undefeated?” For some, it’s a successful, winning season with no losses—complete victory over the opponent. But for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), “undefeated” takes on a different meaning. And that “undefeated” attitude is the focus of the 2015 season of FCA Camps.   Read More...

  • FCA Presents Bobby Bowden Award to Baylor's Bryce Petty

    The Fellowship of Christian Athletes presented the 2014 Seminole Tribe of Florida Bobby Bowden Student Athlete of the Year Award to Baylor University’s Bryce Petty at the College Championship Breakfast Sunday, Jan. 11, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas.   Petty, quarterback for the Bears and a Midlothian, Texas, native, was a candidate for the Heisman Trophy, the Maxwell Award, the Manning Award, the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award and the Big 12 Player of the Year.   Read More...

  • In His Own Words: Marcus Mariota

    Prior to Marcus Mariota’s 2014 Heisman Trophy winning season, FCA Magazine traveled to Eugene, Ore., to interview the Oregon Ducks quarterback about his faith, how it translates onto the field as he goes “All In” for Christ and his team, and what God has taught him during his time as a Duck. Read the full interview below and then click the following links to read Mariota’s quotes among fellow Christ-following college football players in the past two November/December issues of FCA...  Read More...

  • All In with Bryce Petty

    “Do I have what it takes to go All In?” It’s a question every competitor must ask and all coaches want to know of their players before any season begins. “All In” demands a drive, desire and determination to sacrifice anything and everything asked of you to help your team succeed. Following Christ is no different.   Read More...

  • All In at the Fall Classic

      FCA Magazine’s 6 Questions …with San Francisco Giants pitcher Jeremy Affeldt 1. My favorite Bible passage is Romans 5:8-9. It really sums up the life a believer should live.   Read More...

  • Virtuous Woman

       This 12-session study is specifically designed for women in the arena of athletics and focuses on one of the four key values of FCA: Integrity. The study looks at female biblical characters within scripture that exemplify and illustrate many of the attributes that make up integrity. 5 Questions for a Study Leader Name: Shan Carter Position/Title:  FCA Girls Basketball Chaplain School:  Sheffield High School, Memphis, TN 1.   Read More...

  • 'Tis Better to Give

    If it weren’t for faith in Christ and a willingness to serve, the stories of Anquan Boldin and Hikeem “Bubba” Banks probably would never have intertwined. Sure, both grew up in Pahokee, Florida, but they were four years apart and even further separated on Pahokee’s “Most Likely to Succeed” scale. Boldin, now a star wide receiver in the NFL, was a football prodigy by ninth grade in Pahokee, where the sport serves as—too often quite literally—your “Get Out of Jail Free” card.   Read More...

  • Created For a Purpose

    FCA in northern Georgia is narrowing its ministry focus on female athletes under the direction of Mandy Ledford, the new Women in Sports area representative. North Georgia FCA Director Dave Grusnick and board member Jana Cansler had a desire to minister specifically to girls, and established an all-female board to assist the position. “Jana always had a vision for ministering directly to the female coaches and the female student athletes in the school.” Understanding difficulties facing the mini...  Read More...