1954 The FCA incorporated by its founder, Don McClanen. Paul Benedum, Branch Rickey and other Pittsburgh businessmen underwrote the first year’s budget. Charter members included Otto Graham, Carl Erskine, Donn Moomaw and Rickey.
1956 First National Camp at Estes Park, CO, with 256 athletes and coaches attending.
1978 Wendell Conover hired as FCA-Nebraska’s first State Director. There are 30 huddles in Nebraska.
1994 320 staff members at all time high nationally. There are 165 huddles across Nebraska covered by 4 staff members.
2001 Nebraska FCA holds the first national camp in the state; the Hastings Leadership camp. There are approximately 220 huddles statewide.
2004 Ron Brown, Former Husker Receivers Coach, hired as FCA-Nebraska State Director. FCA-Nebraska develops Stewardship of Sports philosophy.
2005 FCA-Nebraska develops and implements new camps (One Way 2 Play Shooting camps, Pass It On, Full Force) designed as training grounds for Doing Sports God’s Way.
2006 Stewardship of Sports and Doing Sports God’s Way training implemented – focusing and shaping all ministry aspects. Training for Huddles focuses on stewarding sports on campus and being able to understand and clearly communicate the Gospel.
2007 Current staff positions filled in all geographical FCA areas statewide.
2008 Chris Bubak named FCA-Nebraska State Director.
2009 Max Out Camps launched as a training ground for coaches and athletes to live out the Gospel and understand the Gospel in motion.
2010 Doyle Denney hired as FCA-Nebraska’s first Coaches Ministry Director. 13 FCA-Nebraska Staff serving the entire state, including approx 170 huddles. Gospel centered huddle material available for huddle use.