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The patriarch of college footballs most famous coaching family, Bowden remains heavily involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, annually awarding The National Bobby Bowden Award to a student-athlete for achievement on and off the field, including his conduct as a faith model in the community.
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Lynch has served in the community through the United Way as the allocation committee campaign chairperson and the Rotary Club of Fayetteville's fundraising chairperson and on the boards of directors of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Freedom5:one Ministries and the American Heart Association in Fort Smith.
School officials at Fountain Lake High School in Hot Springs refer to the room, built for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, as the "FCA room.
When the Tampa Bay Rays made it to the World Series a few days ago, for instance, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes did not waste any time in apportioning the glory.
The board also accused Freshwater of violating school policy by leading prayer sessions while serving as a monitor of Fellowship of Christian Athletes meetings.
An individual paid for a sign reading "John 3:16" that was sponsored by the school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter.
Wells is an enthusiastic supporter of UGA athletic programs and has funded several team chaplain positions at UGA and other schools through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.