The Fellowship of Christian Athletes engages coaches and athletes to grow in their faith and sport.
Al Schierbaum serves as our Executive Director; his wife, Charlotte, serves as our Director of Operations.
Jason returned to the FCA Staff in June 2014 as the Director of Operations. He spent 7 years on with FCA before joining the staff at Hendersonville First Baptist as the Young Adult Pastor in 2012. Jason graduated from Westmoreland High School in 1993 and Tennessee Tech University in 1998. After college, he coached high school football and taught math for several years in Sumner County. During this time, Jason earned his Master's Degree at Tennessee State University. He and his wife Jamie have 2 children - Kinley (7) and Ty (5). They reside in Hendersonville and continue to serve at First Baptist Church. You can email Jason at email@example.com.
Brent Kreid serves as our Williamson County Director
Steve Robinson: Raised on a farm outside Franklin, Steve attended Battle Ground Academy (BGA). He played football at the University of Tennessee and played in the Cotton, Gator and Sugar Bowls, graduating in 1971. Steve has been on staff with FCA for over 40 years and serves as FCA Director Emeritus for Middle TN. Steve and his wife Karen live in the Bellevue area and have three grown daughters and nine grandchildren. Steve enjoys jogging, weight lifting, biking, hiking and camping. Email Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ted joined the FCA staff in September 2007 after spending 33 years as a teacher and coach. He coached basketball, cross country, track, and softball at Hillsboro High School and Franklin High School. Ted grew up in Nashville and attended the old Cohn High School and then Tennessee Tech. He is married to Debbie and they have 2 grown daughters. They live in Franklin and attend Forrest Hills Baptist Church. Email Ted at email@example.com.
I was introduced to FCA in 2004 as a freshman at Trevecca Nazarene University when a friend invited me to a meeting. Shortly after the first meeting I attend College Advanced and it was there that I received the gospel like never before and Jesus became Lord of my life. After my sophomore year, I transfered to Tennessee State University where I graduated from with a degree is athletic training exercise science and was a part of the track and field team. Since then I have stayed involved with FCA and I've volunteered on multiple levels. God has used the FCA ministry to change my life and I'm so excited that He has called me to serve on staff here in Nashville as an urban Rep. I have four older brothers Willie, Kushon, Devon, and Chris and 5 nephews and 2 nieces. Email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2005, our family has been involved in FCA. I have seen firsthand how the Lord is using FCA to have an impact on coaches and athletes. Our own sons have grown in their walk with Him, even throughout the college years. I am so thankful for this ministry and I am thrilled to now be a part of it as an area rep. I am grateful for the financial and prayer support of those who are linking arms with me as I go on campus to be an “ambassador for Christ” (II Corinthians 5:20). Email Jennifer at email@example.com.
has been on staff with FCA since 2007. Her main duties include event planning, huddle certification, and accounts receivable. Lori and her husband Tim have three furry children (cats) and are very active in their church and with various ministries in their community. In her spare time, Lori enjoys walking tours, cycling, reading, and entertaining.
I am so blessed to be a part of the FCA Team. It is a joy to serve the Lord and use my spiritual gifts for His glory and His Kingdom’s sake here in Nashville. My life verse is Nehemiah 8:10, “The joy of the Lord is [my] strength.”
Ben Bartholomew serves FCA as a Volunteer Staff member. Ben and his wife, Sarah, have a son (Pax) and a daughter (Wren). Ben attended high school at Montgomery Bell Academy and graduated from the University of Tennessee. Ben has been involved with Fellowship of Christian Athletes for a number of years and has served as a middle school leader, high school president and college leader. He gladly shared, "I have been involved with FCA since I was a toddler because I had older siblings who were FCA presidents. I attended multiple camps and have gone to banquets as long as they have been around Nashville. FCA shaped the man I am today and I couldn't think of a better organization to give back to."
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