The transitional twenties have been dubbed "the gap years" by our guest, Katie Schnack, who says this decade is like the twilight zone between 'young person' and 'full-blown adult.' How do you navigate that season when you may be labeled an adult, but not sure if you're feeling all grown up? Katie spends some moments with Ken and Deb to share what she has discovered through her journey and how she hopes to help others make their way through those early years of navigating "adulting."
Listen in for the latest news, updates, and prayer requests from the Persecuted Church with Todd Nettleton from Voice of the Martyrs. Every other Wednesday Todd joins Ken and Deb to pass along news and testimonies that challenge, encourage, and spur us on to pray for our brothers and sisters who are living for the Lord in places where the cost is great. Don't miss this opportunity to hear family news on Ken and Deb in the Morning!
Katie Schnack is a writer and book publicist. Her articles have appeared in such places as Relevant, Today.com, Hello Giggles, Romper, and Scary Mommy. She grew up in Minnesota playing duck duck gray duck, learned to say "bless your heart" in Texas, lived in a four-hundred-square-foot apartment in New York (okay, Jersey City, actually, but it was close enough to Manhattan), and has a love-hate relationship with Cheetos but is also oddly obsessed with spinach smoothies. Katie and her family now live in West Palm Beach, Florida, on an acre of land with five chickens, three goats, and a senior mini pony.
Todd Nettleton is Director of Media Development for The Voice of the Martyrs, working with the media to tell the stories of persecuted Christians to people in the United States. In his role with VOM, he has met with Christians who face persecution in many countries, including Sudan, China, Egypt, Turkey, Vietnam, Pakistan, Indonesia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar (Burma) and Azerbaijan.