Director's Note


Many things set FCA Baseball Camps apart from the other camps made available to you. At FCA Baseball Camps we have a strong desire to see kids develop and advance their careers in baseball. What your child learns now is shaping their future in the game. Many will go on to play high school baseball, some will go on to college ball, and like many of our staff, some will have the privilege to play professional baseball.

It is important to us at FCA Baseball Camps to teach how developing discipline and character on the field can greatly impact your child’s life beyond the game. Baseball is a great environment to develop these values. As much as I love the game of baseball there is much more to life than baseball. My career lasted longer than most, but it eventually came to an end. At FCA Baseball Camps we teach each player to love the game and play it to the best of the individuals ability. We also teach the kids that there is something bigger than baseball that we should put our faith and hope in. Baseball is a game of great success, but also a game of great failure. If we put our hope and faith in the game of baseball it will let us down. Whether it’s a strikeout, getting cut from the team, or a career ending injury, we have to develop our character along with our skills. When a player can achieve this only then are they truly prepared for what pitch might be thrown their way.

We look forward to having your player enjoy our camps, our staff, and the knowledge they will take from being with us! It will be an experience they will never forget. God Bless Your Day!




In baseball everybody wants to be "Called Up". Whether it be from J.V. to Varsity or from minor league ball to the major leagues, every player desires that call.

The truth is that we all have an invitation to be "Called Up". When Jesus Christ died on the cross He not only saved us from our sin, but offered us an invitation to be with Him forever in Heaven. (John 3:16)

While it is important to give it our best on the playing field, when we die it won't matter how many homeruns we hit or how many strikeouts we accumulated. What will matter, is whether we accepted "The Call" from God who created us.