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2019 Central IL FCA Banquet


2019 Central IL FCA Legacy Banquet

Monday, March 18, 2019 @ 6:00pm

BOS Center - Springfield


We are excited to welcome former NFL player and current motivational speaker,

Neal Jeffrey
 

as our keynote speaker for the evening.





NEAL JEFFREY, former All-American quarterback at Baylor University and NFL quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, is one of the most sought after speakers and Bible teachers in America. He is known as a dynamic communicator and entertainer who inspires audiences to go "higher, swifter, stronger" in the critical areas of life! As the quarterback who led the Baylor Bears to their first Southwest Conference Championship in 50 years, Neal brings a level of enthusiasm and passion to every presentation that is rarely seen anywhere. Neal holds a bachelor's degree from Baylor University and a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas. He is now in his 21st year as associate pastor of the Prestonwood Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas. Neal and his wife, Sheila, have three children.

We are also excited to welcome the following special guests:



Sonya Jones - Two-time Collegiate All-American Softball player from Greenville College, Speaker, Author and Runner-up from Season 16 of NBC’s Biggest Loser.








Prince Amukamara - Current Chicago Bear cornerback, XLVI Super Bowl Champion and former 1st Rd draft pick of the NY Giants.






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Our Central Il FCA Banquet is an inspirational evening targeted toward adults and will include a financial appeal. The entire cost of the event is underwritten by our sponsors. 

Our goal for the evening is to give the opportunity for the participants to become FCA Home Team members, which we view as families or individuals contributing $25 or more per month ($300 or more annually), and to present the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

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"One coach will impact more young people in a year than the average person does in a lifetime. So who’s coaching the coaches?"

BILLY GRAHAM