It’s a discouraging time to be a Christian in America right now. President Obama has made it clear that he has a strong anti-Christian agenda, and sometimes it feels as if we face persecution at every turn.
This is why it’s so heartening to see organizations like the Fellowship for Christian Athletes, a group of professional sportsmen and women who come together every year to talk about their faith in God.
Recently, the group held their 42nd annual FCA Fiesta Bowl Breakfast, and attendees included Arizona football assistant coach Tony Dews, quarterback Anu Solomon and kicker Casey Skowron.
We applaud these athletes for having the courage to be open with their faith, and therefore defy Obama’s vicious agenda against God.