Ty Davis Sharing His Testimony With Students

Grace Madden

“Public speaking is usually scary to me, but I felt like it was a nice challenge. I’m very glad I got the opportunity to share my testimony,” senior offensive lineman Ty Davis said. Davis shared his testimony in front of full bleachers and biscuit-stuffed listeners. Reardon asked Davis to speak for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and he spoke himself. Sitting in the gym, even that early in the morning, the audience could hear how passionate the speakers were about Christ.
“I feel like I can make a difference in the school, if we only bring one person to Christ through FCA, then it is all worth it,” FCA President senior Luke Willis said. As president, Willis has to oversee all meetings and speakers and makes sure that everything runs smoothly. History teacher Megan Evans is the FCA adviser; she keeps the group organized. FCA is “a truly remarkable group full of faith and fun,” according to junior Feagin Hardy. Hardy also says that she is “so incredibly proud to be a member of its leadership team.”
A lot of people do not know what FCA actually is. The organization describes itself as “an interdenominational Christian sports ministry to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.” A big misconception is that it is only for athletes or Christians, but that’s not true; FCA is for everyone. The organization asks students to join them every Thursday morning in the Aux. Gym at 7:40 a.m. They will provide Bojangles’ biscuits and a different speaker with a new message every time. FCA hopes to see interested students soon.