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Cleveland Cavaliers partner with Fellowship of Christian Athletes to launch 'Full Court Faith' initiative

The new program will highlight faith-based professional athletes

CLEVELAND — The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has created a new campaign with the Cleveland Cavs to show students you don’t have to abandon your faith to succeed in life.

‘Full Court Faith’ will launch on Youtube Live today at 1:00 p.m..

"We are thrilled to be partnering with the Cleveland Cavaliers for the near and long-term for the sake of our shared community." Cleveland FCA Director Robert Kilo said in a press release.

The campaign aims to encourage students and athletes to further their connection with their religion while still pursuing their goals and passions in athletics.

The initiative will also include basketball clinics, interviews, a youth basketball league, and future events at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

For more information, visit ClevelandFCA.org.

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