Andy Nazworth is the first Maryland State Team FCA Endurance Coordinator. Andy was introduced to FCA Endurance in 2005 and has a heart to see this ministry grow. The FCA Endurance ministry’s purpose is to unite adult athletes competing for a common goal (to glorify God) and equip them for ministry within the endurance community. It serves as a way for believers to recognize each other and share in a closer fellowship with one another while reaching out to those who don’t yet know Jesus as Savior and Lord.
Andy was born and raised in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA. He graduated from North Georgia College with a degree in Physical Education. Following college, he served 10 years as an active duty Army Officer, which included serving one tour in Iraq. For the last 15 years, Andy has served as an FBI Special Agent.
Andy has served in various ministry positions in the local church including: children's Sunday School teacher, middle school Sunday School teacher, high school Sunday School teacher, Adult Sunday School department director, Deacon, Chairman of Deacons, Missions Director, and Discipleship Training Director.
Andy started running when he was 13 years old and has been running consistently for the past 36 years. He started running triathlons in 1986 and has run about 36 marathons, 12 50-milers, and one 100-miler. His accomplishments also include finishing the Lake Placid Ironman Triathlon in 2008 and 2010. He has also completed the Chesapeake Bay 4.5 mile swim 2 times. His favorite races include: the Peachtree Road Race 10K, the Marine Corps Marathon, the Lake Placid Ironman Triathlon, the Eagleman 70.3 and the JFK 50 Miler.
Andy and his beautiful wife, Kim have two kids, Lauren, 23 and Chad, 20.
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