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.
Dr. Judson Martin
Dr. Judson Martin’s FCA involvement began in high school, continued during his basketball career at the University of Nebraska and intensified as an adult. Over the past 40-plus years, he has faithfully dedicated his time and financial resources to advancing the Christian
Theodore Ginn, Sr.
When Theodore Ginn, Sr., an FCA Huddle Leader since 1996, was appointed the head football coach at Cleveland’s Glenville High School in June 1997, one of the first things he did was implement an FCA program for the team. This included Huddle time during
Jeff Edmondson has been active in all facets of FCA: athlete, coach, board member, volunteer and donor. While in high school, Edmondson was named FCA Athlete of the Year in Oregon. He then served as co-captain of the football team at Whitworth University,
Jay Bell has been involved with FCA for nearly three decades as a coach and donor. A lifetime Tom Landry Associate,heis involved in his local FCA through financial giving and assisting with Game Days and other FCA events. As a Major League Baseball player, Bell’s career
A lifelong supporter of FCA, Jean Barrett is known for both his skill in starting new FCA programs and raising support for them. Barrett founded Tulsa’s FCA inner-city camp 23 years ago, and it is still running today. As a volunteer, he underwrote and directed
A dedicated volunteer, Coach Mike Ayers faithfully serves FCA in his local area and beyond. A popular speaker at banquets, coaches clinics, Huddles, all-star game breakfasts and more, he and his wife also generously offer financial support. FCA President and
Dr. Nelson Price served on the FCA Board of Trustees for many years and was Chairman from 1999-2005, during which time he brought on several new board members. Many of the members he recruited are still active with FCA today.
Served as an FCA regional board member for 18 years in California and as a member of the FCA National Board of Trustees for two terms. He has been a longtime FCA friend, donor, supporter and prayer partner of the international sports ministry.
As an NCAA head football coach, Mark Richt was instrumental in hiring full-time FCA Chaplains at two major universities and has spoken at countless banquets and events for FCA throughout Florida and Georgia.
As a football player at Gaithersburg High School in Montgomery County, Maryland, in 1969, Nichols’ life was changed at an FCA Camp in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, when a coach encouraged him to attend. Since then, Nichols has been a committed FCA financial supporter, engaged board member and volunteer for several decades.