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12 years ago, God offered me the opportunity to impact the lacrosse community for Him.  As someone who felt like the only Christian lacrosse player in college, it is my heart's calling to help ensure no athlete ever feels that type of isolation. 

We use every event as an opportunity to share Christ not just with the athletes, but with the family members who gather on the sidelines to cheer them on. Everything we do is infused with huddles for players and for their parents. We see Truth-centered conversations sparked and hearts changed for the Lord. 

I am privileged to be part of a ministry that facilitates opportunities to reach the world for the gospel and to provide experiences for athletes to connect with one another. It is my greatest joy to see athletes from across the country develop lifelong friendships rooted in the gospel through an FCA event. 

While I currently on staff with FCA at UNC, I spent my first eight years on staff with the FCA Lacrosse national staff and still play a role in mobilizing students, adult volunteers and benefactors to national events. On any given month you can find us at lacrosse fields in Chapel Hill, NC, Vail, CO and everywhere in between. 

I am as excited going into my twelfth year on staff with FCA as I was in my first year.  Thank you for prayerfully considering an investment in the lives of many athletes, coaches, and parents. Your generosity makes every gospel-centered event possible.

GIVE BY CHECK

Make out to FCA and Put Scott Hodgson on the memo line.

Mail to:

FCA
ATTN: Scott Hodgson
4600 Marriott Drive
Suite 120
Raleigh, NC 27612

About Scott
Scott joined the FCA staff in 2006. Prior to Scott coming on staff he spent the previous two years coaching lacrosse at the collegiate level. He was at The Ohio State University where he served as the Volunteer Assistant Coach and at his Alma Mater Susquehanna University where he served as the Offensive Coordinator. Scott grew up in New Jersey and now lives in Chapel Hill, NC with his wife Lanier, daughter Bailey, son Brooks, and their two dogs.


To learn more about Scott and how you continue to support his ministry within FCA, please visit his staff page by clicking here.