100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - February 5, 2019
In 2005 Kerri's father, Dennis Rader, confessed without remorse to the murders of ten people, including two children; acts that destroyed seven families and wrecked countless lives in the process. As the town of Wichita, Kansas celebrated the end of a thirty-one-year nightmare, another was just beginning for Kerri. The man she knew for the first 26 years of her life as a loving father, husband, and public servant turned out to be the vicious BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) serial killer that terrorized Wichita for over 30 years. This took Kerri to a very dark place, and many times the only light she could find was in her faith in a loving father in heaven.
Up Next in 2019
100 Huntley Street - February 4, 2019
Dave Klassen has worked with Athletes in Action Canada for almost 30 years and is now the national director of AIA and chaplain for the Vancouver Canucks (NHL) and the BC Lions (CFL). A former teacher and coach, he has worked with aspiring athletes from the elementary to the university levels and...
100 Huntley Street - February 1, 2019
Mr. Peterson graduated from University of Georgia receiving his BBA in Banking & Finance in 1993. He attended the U.S. Naval Academy for two years prior to that. At UGA he was the institution’s first Academic All-American since 1983 and also initiated into Sphinx, the University's ...
100 Huntley Street - January 31, 2019
Danielle Strickland is currently based in Toronto, Canada. Danielle loves Jesus and she loves people. Her aggressive compassion has loved people firsthand in countries all over the world where she has embraced, learned, cared, evangelized, taught, and exhorted individuals and crowds to surrender ...