Hall of Champions

FCA’s Hall of Champions was established in 1991 to honor individuals who have demonstrated a consistent commitment to Jesus Christ through the ministry of FCA. They are considered volunteer “All Stars” who have given above and beyond the call of duty and have upheld the Four Core Values of FCA:  Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.

Steve Owens

When Steve Owens arrived at the University of Oklahoma in 1966, he quickly joined a long line of football players who had been traditionally active in the FCA Huddle on campus.

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Dick Lane

Dick Lane first volunteered with FCA in 1966 and made an immediate impact that continues to be felt today.

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Tom Landry

It was early in his coaching career when Tom Landry began searching for greater meaning in life at a weekly Bible study. He accepted Christ as his Savior and attended the 1962 FCA National Conference at Estes Park where he was inspired to share his faith publicly.

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James N. Jeffrey

In 1963, James N. Jeffrey became FCA’s third Executive Director. His involvement with the organization started seven years earlier when he attended the inaugural National Conference in Estes Park, Colorado.

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Archie Griffin

Although canonized in Columbus, Ohio, for his record-breaking efforts on the football field, Archie Griffin was equally known behind the scenes as a spiritual leader and devoted FCA proponent.

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