Jenny Kutz Bio
Jenny Kutz, minister and author, has been a part of ministry for as long as she can remember. She started preaching in children's church at the age of 12 years old and has continued to minister ever since. She attended Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK in 2005 and studied Worship Leadership and Pastoral Ministry with an emphasis on youth. As the granddaughter of well-known ministers, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, Jenny has seen faith and love lived out in a real way.
She has had hands on training in ministry through various mission outreaches, serving in the local church and assisting her grandparents as they ministered. Jenny has faith to see this generation rise up and live out the great commission. Her heart is to see the gospel of Jesus Christ spread to the nations. Out of that desire, Jenny began Love to the Nations, a ministry dedicated to share the Love of God to people who have never heard. She also founded Global Girls Bible Study, an online Bible study for women from all around the world.
Divorce is an uncomfortable topic that nobody wants to talk about.
Yet, it is happening everywhere you look - even in our churches. Even though the divorce rate is lower in the church, there is still no question that it's still present and is constantly growing. The enemy is out to destroy marriages and now there is a generation in which half of the people don't know what it means to be a father or a mother because they didn't have that example before them. While divorce may seem like a hopeless situation, like a ceiling limiting a young person's future - it's not. There is hope and that hope is in Jesus Christ.
At 17 years of age, Jenny Kutz experienced the pain of her parents divorce. She feels that this book is her responsibility to write to young people now that she is on the other side. She has experienced the hurt and disappointment of divorce but was able to come through all that with God's faithfulness that sustained her. She encourages the reader to understand that God has a wonderful plan for them in spite of what circumstances they have experienced growing up. Life is not over. Hope is not gone. The adventure is just beginning.