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Baseball stars share their faith with FCA.
Colorado Spring’s Lynn Plett and North Carolina’s Hubert Davis honored for leadership on and off the court.
Ernie Johnson, one of America's top sports broadcasters, has become one of the industry's top faith voices.
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."
Ernie Johnson, one of America's top sports broadcasters, has become one of the industry's top faith voices. Johnson is profiled in FCA Magazine, where he says that at the age of 41, he realized life was about more than becoming the best broadcaster he could be.
Almost 1,000 loved ones, friends and colleagues celebrated coach Brian Stone’s life Saturday in a standing-room only ceremony at Manchester Christian Church.
The FCA at Thomas Heyward Academy held a rally Wednesday, and in the process, remembered those who were killed in the recent school shootings in Florida.
Mason Rudolph helped present awards to high school and junior high students while also being featured in a question and answer session with John Talley, an FCA area representative.
Ernie Johnson has been a staple in sports television for decades, but through it all he’s always made sure he was something else first – a family man.
Brian Stone, who played for and coached the Manchester Central boys’ hockey team, died shortly after playing in a men’s league game at JFK Coliseum.
The Oklahoma chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes will receive some of the proceeds from the 101st Oklahoma City International Auto Show.
Gearing up with pads and helmets at both the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics, Team USA hockey player Gigi Marvin girded herself with her favorite Bible verse, too.