Former Titan fullback featured as keynote speaker at Wilson County FCA Banquet held in Mt. Juliet
The Wilson County Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Banquet was held at Victory Baptist Church last Tuesday evening, October 4th. Former Tennessee Titans player and current team chaplain, Casey Cramer, was the keynote guest speaker at the banquet where he spoke about his faith experiences and ministry with the team. Photo by Phyllis Robinson.
Victory Baptist Church, located on Tate Ln. in Mt. Juliet, was the venue where the Wilson County FCA Banquet was held last Tuesday evening.
Banquet Committee Chair, Yancey Belcher, joined the FCA Board Directors and Banquet Committee members in welcoming the large crowd in attendance to the event.
Brady Chappel opened the event leading the audience in a prayer, followed by a song by the Walter J. Baird Chorus.
Coaches and educators from Wilson County schools updated the crowd on FCA Camp achievements. Leaders elaborated on the success of the program and how it has such a positive effect on the students and staff.
The OneWay2Play Drug Free program was highlighted during the event dinner. OW2P is FCA’s Drug & Alcohol Awareness & Prevention Program which is presented to over 600 students in the county. Over 400 students pledged to be alcohol and drug free for 1 year until the next year pledge. The body of students celebrated a total of 436 believers, 92 recommits, and 61 new believers.
Keynote guest speaker, former Tennessee Titans Fullback, Casey Cramer, spoke of his experiences of faith working in the National Football League (NFL). He shared his stories of success with the crowd of how his faith and religion impacted him during his days of playing football.
Cramer is currently team chaplain for the Titans. He shared of how rewarding it is to be able to impact these players through experience and messages of faith.
Following the former Titan’s speech, students were recognized for their courage, commitment, and accomplishments at the banquet dinner.
Coach, Tim Chappel, concluded the night with a prayer to close the banquet.