Welcome to kfadd.com, the internet home of Kyle McFadden, a 22-year-old journalist and community servant in the Frederick, Maryland, area.

For three years, McFadden operated Maryland Sports Access — a media outlet covering sports in Maryland. Now, he’s decided to take a personal approach.

You’ll still find coverage of local high school sports, college basketball, and auto racing, but with never-before-told stories mixed in. McFadden’s prose is filed under “K-Fadd’s Cauldron,” because, after all, it’ll be a mixing-pot of subjects. Stepping out of the business world will allow him to share his heart for servanthood and ministry while being more flexible in his daily schedule.

The platform is also used as an open portfolio for McFadden’s work since he’s a student at Frederick Community College and has aspirations to land a full-time reporting job. Without further ado, feel free to look around, and we hope you can make use of something on here.




“You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh [sinful nature]; rather, serve one another humbly in love. For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ ” — Galatians 5:13-14

The debate on if there’s a higher power, or life after Earth, could go on and on. We all have a faith of some sort, and at the end of the day, all of us have decisions to make: Which path do I follow?

I choose to follow Jesus Christ, the son of the living God, because He is the only way to a complete life magnified by love and servantry with an everlasting reward at the end.

As Galatians¬†5:13-14 says, we were “called to be free” in the image of our Creator, but freedom is no excuse to live recklessly and directionless. In high school I was the latter, having a 2.4 GPA with no purpose, no real destination in sight. Since accepting Christ in March 2015, the Holy Spirit has transformed my life with purpose and grace. It didn’t come overnight, however, but through

We were born with a God-sized hole only God can fill. We’ve lived sinfully since Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and oftentimes follow society instead because its at our fingertips and provides instant gratification. While it may lead to spurts of happiness, worldly endeavors are empty and lead to dead ends. Through Christ’s spirit, we are saved, redeemed and filled.

And that’s why serving is so important, because, through all of the political nonsense and hostility, we were called to love and serve one another.