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Check out our latest news

It’s been a fall full of change for the Godzwas. You can read all about it in our latest newsletter.  Check out the e-version by clicking on the image in this post.  Happy reading and Happy Thanksgiving!

Big news from the Godzwas

In January 1999, our family (just Jen and I at the time) moved into a tiny basement apartment in the AU Park neighborhood to join the newly formed DC Chi Alpha team. That was the beginning of an incredible journey of ministry in our nation’s capital. Our role was to establish campus ministry at American University, a place where no … Continue reading

Building a better Spring Break

For Chi Alpha, spring break is a time to serve.  I was able to lead a team of student and staff to Merida, Mexico to serve with my twin brother Dave the missionary there.  God blessed the week!  We were able complete the our roof construction project, partner with Mexican Bible College for a great … Continue reading

Guest Post: Spring Break Redefined

This is a post from my brother’s blog,  He’s also our host missionary for the spring break missions trip I’m leading that leaves in just a few hours.  Thanks for praying for our team.  It’s going to be a great week! Spring Break is a well known concept here on the Yucatán Peninsula. Many … Continue reading

Thank God…seriously.

I know, I know, it seems so cliché to thank God on Thanksgiving, but as I was thinking through the year on my run this morning, I couldn’t help myself.  These last 11 months have been amazing.  Here are a just few reasons why: God’s faithfulness to our family.  Last year at this time we … Continue reading

Fall Newsletter

Hungry for news from the Godzwas?  Check out our latest newsletter right here.  Just click the picture to view it in all of it’s .pdf glory.

Check out our Spring Update

The latest edition of the Collegiate Chronicles has just been published!  You can snag the online version right here.  Check it out!  Just click the picture to read it all.

Happy Ash Wednesday?

I overheard a conversation outside my office yesterday.  A student asked the question, “Would I wish someone a Happy Lent?”  That got my mind going.  We wish happiness often: happy birthdays, happy New Years, happy Presidents Day, even happy Monday.  Not a big deal really–just a way to wish someone well or give you something … Continue reading