Does past abuse define you? Is there hope for change in your life? Peter Mutabazi at age 10 ran away from home in rural Uganda to escape an abusive father. For five years he survived on the streets of Kampala, a city of 1.5 million until one man saw potential in him. That man asked Peter a very simple question that gave Peter hope for a future. Peter's story reveals what people long for and how we each can be used by God to give this gift to others.
Join our biweekly catch-up with Todd Nettleton from Voice of the Martyrs. Todd shares the latest news regarding the persecuted Church from around the world and reminds us of the many opportunities to support brothers and sisters who are being persecuted for their faith in Christ. Don't miss this opportunity to discover ways to be praying and hear faith stories that inspire on Wednesday's Ken and Deb in the Morning.
Peter Mutabazi is an entrepreneur, an international advocate for children, and the founder of Now I Am Known, a corporation that supplies resources that encourage and affirm children. A single father of two and foster dad to many, Peter is a former street kid who has worked for World Vision, Compassion International, and the Red Cross, and has appeared on media outlets such as the BBC and The TODAY Show. A passionate and popular speaker, he currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Todd Nettleton is the Chief of Media Relations and Message Integration for The Voice of the Martyrs—USA and the host of The Voice of the Martyrs Radio. Todd serves as a voice for persecuted Christians, working with the media to tell people in the United States about the faithfulness of Christ’s followers in 70+ nations where they face persecution for wearing His name. During 20+ years serving at VOM, Todd has travelled the world and conducted face-to-face interviews with hundreds of Christians who’ve endured persecution in more than 30 nations.