FCA plans 'Doing Sports God's Way' event at GINW
GRAND ISLAND -- On Saturday, April 4 the Nebraska Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be hosting the statewide Doing Sports God's Way Power Camp at Grand Island Northwest High School.
The Power Camp offers junior high and middle school student-athletes sport-specific training from area coaches throughout the day. A schedule of the camp is as follows:
10:00 Power Talk and Huddle
12:40 Power Talk and Huddle
1:30 Clinic and Competition
3:30 Power Talk and Huddle
Registration information is available at HYPERLINK "http://www.nebraskafca.org" www.nebraskafca.org or by calling 402.464.2343.
FCA-Nebraska believes that camps are the "training ground" for athletes and coaches to learn and apply God's goal for their lives -- to be conformed to the likeness of his Son" Romans 8:29.
FCA-Nebraska believes that there are two ways of doing sports just as there are two ways of doing life: man's way and God's way. We believe that the primary role of FCA-Nebraska is as a training center for athletes and coaches to become mature from practice in order that they might be able to think God's thoughts and then do things God's way - Doing Sports God's Way.