In 1957 at the age of 19, Tom Osborne drove by himself to Estes Park where he attended the second FCA National Conference. He had been raised in church, but considers that week to be the first time he fully committed himself to Christ.
As a young high school football coach, Freddy Mitchell accepted Christ after watching a Billy Graham film about Johnny Cash.
Known for his prowess as both a skilled coach and gifted communicator, John Lotz spent most of his adult life as an ardent FCA advocate.
One of the most successful coaches in college football history, Bobby Bowden is equally known for being outspoken about his Christian faith.
In 1985, Jane Albright accepted an invitation from Kay Yow and Nora Lynn Finch to run the offense station at an FCA girl’s basketball camp in Marshall, Indiana.