An attorney and a psychologist — those are going to be different points of view. We hope that those different points of view will give you depth perception, the way two eyes, looking from a slightly different angle, help you see the whole picture.
Brent and I are committed to building up the body of Christ in missions organizations.
Attorneys who specifically practice religious law for churches and ministries are not common. I may be almost unique, in that I grew up on the mission field and attended practically every possible type of school and home school. I was a military wife in Panama and the U.S. before my husband Bruce and I served 7 years in Sumatra, where our youngest was born. Shortly after that, our family benefited greatly from six months at Link Care, where I first met Brent. We learned to better love each other and our children (four boys and a variety of special needs).
After I graduated from law school, I spent several years working for judges on the Colorado Court of Appeals and then several years in the religious institutions practice at a large law firm before starting Telios Law this year.
Brent and I plan to enjoy our discussion of different issues in the body, and we hope you’ll join in, to agree, disagree, or bring up new points.