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Thank you for joining us for the

Maryland State Banquet

Monday Night, March 5th, 2018 from 6-9 pm Martin's West

Thank you for joining us as we celebrate how God has been moving in the past year through Maryland Fellowship of Christian Athletes! 

We are excited to share success stories, vision and hopes for the year to come, and inspiration from the Watsons (see below for more details on our guest speakers)

This is a sponsored and fundraising event, designed for those who are interested in investing in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Maryland. There will be opportunity for you to learn about how you can invest your time, talents, and treasure to help us reach our goal to Serve Every Coach & Every Athlete.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Chelsea MacCubbin at

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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is continuing to grow in the State of Maryland. The goal for our Banquet is to celebrate the life changing stories that God has already created and continue to expand our ability to set the stage for more. We invite you to participate in the realization of that goal by supporting the 2018 Banquet as a Sponsor.

Benjamin Watson’s purpose from his platform as an NFL tight end goes beyond his on-field performance.

This has become a frequent rhythm on social media: Flippantly construct a post with a dash of cynicism or sarcasm (or, if you’re clever enough, both). Swiftly launch it into cyberspace. Anxiously keep hitting refresh to see how many friends, family, acquaintances and friends of friends will deliver affirmation through their thumbs.

...Watson, an NFL tight end for more than a decade, didn’t shy from the anger, frustration, sadness, fear and confusion he and many other Americans were feeling about what was seen as a distortion of justice. But he didn’t end there.

Instead, he signed off by sharing that the only way to truly process Ferguson — or anything like it — was through the prism of the gospel.

“There’s a hunger for an answer outside of the usual pundits that strikes a chord in the human heart,” Watson said, reflecting on the post. “Eternity is in our hearts, and we know this is a problem that is different. People understand there’s not a lot we can do to change the human heart … That takes a divine transformation.” 

~FCA Banquet 2013~
Coach Harbaugh Gives Students A Challenge

Coach Harbaugh spoke with student-athletes before the banquet.  He wanted to challenge them to share Christ with their friends. When he was in high school someone invited him to an FCA camp and he went. But he didn't want to go by himself so he asked some of his teammates to come along. Many of them, including Coach Harbaugh, began their Christian walk at an FCA camp.