California Baptist University Athletics and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes invite all Southern California teenagers, as well as their pastors, coaches, teachers, parents and friends to join us for the 2nd Annual Inland Empire Night of Champions sponsored by Chick-fil-A Hidden Valley Parkway.
The 2nd Annual CBU/FCA Inland Empire Night of Champions will bring God’s life-saving message to junior high and high school students. The Night of Champions is a perfect place for non-Christian teenagers to be exposed to the Gospel through guest speakers close to professional sports. In addition to these speakers sharing personal testimonies, attendees will be entertained with live music, receive dinner provided by Chick-fil-A and be given an FCA Athletes Bible to take home.
Don’t miss this exciting night of fellowship, register today!
$10 includes admission, keynote speakers, music/entertainment, Chick-fil-A* and an FCA Athletes Bible*
(*first 500 registrants)
Hollis Conway has been one of the world's most dominating athletes. He has numerous awards and set many records. His 1991 jump of 7'10.5" still stands as the American Indoor Record some 17 years later. He is a faithful husband, a father, and an ordained minister. He is also the president of Overcoming Obstacles, Inc., a non-profit motivational speaking company. Hollis has authored two books: YES I CAN and GRASSHOPPER.
Those who have had the opportunity of sitting under Bay Forrest’s ministry have come away with encouraged hearts and an appreciation for his powerful, creative communication. Filling his messages with inspired stories from his years as a 6'10" NBA center for the Phoenix Suns and as a missionary in Kenya, East Africa, Forrest has a way of clearly presenting the gospel and challenging his audience to live a "sold out" life for Jesus Christ. With over 30 years of experience in ministry, Bay has spoken all across the US and in several countries, doing church services, youth conferences, family camps, men's retreats, college chapels and Christian school spiritual emphasis weeks. Forrest has written two devotional books based on his experiences as an athlete and has co-authored another with his wife, Peggy.
Chris Rix is the first and only four year starter at quarterback for the Florida State Seminoles. Rix had his most successful season in 2003 when he passed 3107 yards and 23 touchdowns. After graduation, Rix started his broadcasting career with Fox Sports Net as a high school football analyst in 2005, then moved on to be a color commentator and analyst for CSTV's coverage of college football. Currently, he is a college football and NFL analyst for Fox Sports Radio. He also was hired by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in 2010 to be the new Director of Ministries for the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles, CA.
Brandon uses music to spark a sense of purpose, belonging, beauty and artistry in every single person who hears him. Brandon’s music and message have reached around the globe through concerts, conferences, mission trips and through churches that use his songs in worship. He has been featured on ABC's 20/20, Worship Leader Magazine and in Simply Youth small group curriculum, "Life Hurts, God Heals." Brandon currently serves as the Minister of Worship at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, CA. His latest recorded effort, "Oceans Of Melodies" is scheduled to launch Spring 2013