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The following testimony was included our last email newsletter. If you would like to receive updates on the latest happenings at FCA, send your email request to and we will be happy to add you to our list.


"My life was pretty good until April 1st, 2002. That was the day that my mother died. At the time of her death, I was only 7.When I was at the age of 14 I was forced to stay with my biological father. It was only a couple months of staying with him that he started hitting me on a regular basis. I then became homeless for awhile, but GOD kept me protected during that hard time of my life. GOD gave everything I needed to get through my situation. When I needed money for food He made sure that I had it.

Then He moved me to one of my sisters’ temporarily. That didn’t last very long, and I then moved in with my other sister who lived in Frisco Texas. I went to a school called Centennial high school where I met the whole football coaching staff. One of my coaches invited me to go to FCA. When I went to the meeting it was life changing it made me feel like the students and coaches really cared about me. I loved the environment, there were teenagers there who were just like me and it was an experience that made me want to go back every week. The last FCA meeting that I went to was May 2011, and at that time I was focusing more on GOD and I had also gained accountability partners. I learned what it meant to be a Christ follower and I learned more about the Bible." 
  Scotty Davis

Scotty moved again and in Arizona became the President of his local FCA and graduated high school. He is now back in Texas getting ready to attend college in January. FCA here in DFW encourages the local huddles to do an FCA "Gives Back" project to help those in need in their communities. Centennial H.S. FCA is raising money to help Scotty get a car so he can attend college.

UPDATE: Scotty now has a car thanks to Centennial High School's FCA group!!!