Ratio Christi Staff

Nancy Fitzgerald

Board Member

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Nancy and her husband Edward live in Carmel, Indiana, and are the parents of four grown children and ten grandchildren.  Nancy was educated at Indiana University where she received a BS and two Master of Science degrees.

Nancy is best known for her golfing ability.  She is an amateur golf champion on the state and national level.  Nancy was inducted into the Indiana Golf Hall of Fame.

Nancy teaches several different Bible studies and speaks to youth and adults throughout the country.  She has taught at Summit Ministries in Colorado and speaks at numerous women’s groups and retreats.  She has served and continues to serve on several community boards.  For several years, Nancy was president of AGAPE, a therapeutic horseback riding program for special needs children.  She served on the FCA state and national conference boards.  She has also served for several years on the Heartland Film Festival board in Indianapolis.She presently serves on Ratio Christi board. She founded the Indiana Family Institute and served as President for several years.  She also received the prestigious Angel Award for maintaining moral, ethical and spiritual values in the field of education.

Today, Nancy is currently Chairman of Rock Organization, Inc. and founder and executive director of Anchorsaway. The Anchorsaway ministry has constructed a curriculum, Anchorsaway Christian Worldview Curriculum that prepares seniors in high school and college students to live out and to share the truths of the Christian worldview.  It equips this younger generation for personal regeneration, moral revival and cultural restoration. She also developed a book and a small group discussion guide with a DVD, for adults and families to study together called, “Unanswered: Smoke, Mirrors and God”. These curriculums are being studied across our country and beyond.

Mr. Charles Colson was instrumental in the success of this program.  Although Nancy had been teaching this curriculum for eighteen years, it was further developed for publication through her participation in the Colson Fellows program.

Nancy has also published a book called, “What God? Finding your Faith” that tells of her own personal journey in finding God.  It also reflects some of what she has written in the Anchorsaway curriculum and includes a small group study guide.  Her book is being used and enjoyed by all age groups, both believers and nonbelievers alike.

Anchorsaway is now focusing on taking the curricula to every community throughout the United States. It is partnering with various ministries and churches. They all teach the reasons for why we believe and how to love God and others as we live out our faith in Christ. The goal is to reach 1,000,000 students and adults in the next five years.