Both Chad and Alissa Christiansen were reared with the ATI curriculum. Chad was six years old when his family began the program, and Alissa was nine when her family joined. Their testimonies both indicate that ATI was “just a tool” that their parents used to home educate their families. ATI was not their identity; therefore, their identity remained rooted in Christ. Now Chad is director for “In the Gap,” a program that trains young people to minister to public school children with God’s Word. The couple also shares their insights as to why they think young people, who have been raised in Christian homes, are leaving the way in which they have been trained.