RIVERSIDE, Calif.--- California Baptist University Athletics and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes will host the second annual Inland Empire Night of Champions, sponsored by Chick-fil-A Hidden Valley Parkway, on February 28 in the Van Dyne Gym.
Southern California teenagers, pastors, coaches, teachers, parents and friends are invited to join CBU in bringing God's life-saving message to junior and high school students.
Chris Rix--the first and only four-year starter at quarterback for Florida State--will act as M.C. for the night and Brandon Muchow will provide live entertainment. A track and field All-American and two-time Olympic medalist for the high jump, Hollis Conway, will share his testimony during this time of fellowship.
Accompanying Conway is Bay Forrest—an ex-NBA center for the Phoenix Suns and missionary in Kenya. Forrest will also present his testimony and the exciting work that God has done in his life.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to listen and fellowship with these special guest speakers!
The cost is $10 and includes an FCA Bible, Chick-fil-A dinner served between 5:30 and 6:15, followed by the program from 6:30-8:30.
Register now at: www.calbaptist.edu/nightofchampions