|Board Member||Bio (the board can be reached at email@example.com)
|Entrepreneur – Member of Life Center Church
“I believe business can make the world a better place. Over the past two decades I’ve been fortunate enough to co-develop several startups, serve on nonprofit boards, make films look and sound better, help race cars perform better, and go on a national tours in the rock band Telecast. I’m driven by a passion not only to create, but to create projects with purpose, devising practical and innovative solutions for bringing ideas to life and to market. I intensely enjoy taking things apart and putting them back together, from cars and bikes to songs and companies.”
|Craig Culbertson (Treasurer)||Benefits Consultant – Member of Faith Bible Church
Craig has served in the greater Spokane community since moving over from Seattle in June of 2003. Previously serving on the board of directors for Children’s Therapy Center of Kent, and later as Chair of the Indian Trail Neighborhood Council, he has strong interests in protecting children everywhere.
Craig and his wife Alayna have been married for seventeen years, and have three children: Stephen, Emma and Michael who attend Northwest Christian Schools Inc. Alayna also serves as a Regent of Northwest Christian in addition to other volunteer activities. Craig and Alayna have attended Faith Bible Church for the previous six years, and are active in children’s ministry.
Craig has practiced as an employee benefits consultant for the previous 16 years and is currently a Principal for Mercer Health and Benefits, a global financial consulting firm. Craig is a graduate of Washington State University.
In addition to being a student of his profession, Craig has amateur interests in the fields of Theology, Middle East archeology, American History and Particle Physics. In his leisure, Craig enjoys time with his family, sailing, fly fishing, back packing, and the occasional golf game.
|David DeWolf, J.D.||Emeritus Law School Professor – Mary Queen Catholic Church Parish
David has lived in the Spokane area since 1988, when he moved back to Spokane to join the Gonzaga Law School faculty. David and his wife Priscilla have been married for 42 years, and have four children: Charles, Maja, Robin and Peter. David is actively involved at Mary Queen Parish in Hillyard, serving as a lector and Eucharistic minister.
David came to Spokane in 1980 to join the firm of Lukins & Annis but left in 1984 to start his teaching career at Oklahoma City University. In addition to his publications on Washington tort law and contract law, David has testified in Olympia on numerous occasions defending religious freedom and the rule of law.
He graduated from Yale Law School in 1979 and Stanford University in 1971.
David has been involved with Life Services since 2007.
|Kjirstin Graham, J.D.||Attorney – Member of Whitworth Community Presbyterian Church
Kjirstin was born and raised in Spokane, and lives here with her husband, Loran, and two young children. Kijrstin is an attorney with Foster Pepper PLLC, practicing in the areas of estate planning, charitable gifts, estate and trust administration, and family business. She is actively involved with the Inland Northwest Planned Giving Council and the Spokane Estate Planning Council. Kjirstin graduated from Pepperdine School of Law in 2005 and from Washington State University in 2002. After five years residing in the Los Angeles area, she and Loran moved back to Spokane in 2007. They have been supporters of Life Services for several years and are active in their church. In her spare time, Kjirstin enjoys family time spent on the ski slopes in the winter and at the lake in the summer, as well as running, biking and the occasional triathlon.
|Rev. Nathan Hagan||Assistant Pastor Turning Point Church
Nathan has been a longtime fan and volunteer at Life Services, having served on the board for 6 years and as the Chairman in 2013. Currently, Nathan serves on the staff at Turning Point Open Bible Church as the associate pastor where he works with the various adult ministries, Christian education, and small groups.
In addition to having an undergraduate degree in Pastoral Studies, Nathan completed a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University in 2012 (Go Zags).
Nathan and his wife Candi have been married since 1997 and have three energetic children who are all elementary school age.
In his spare time, Nathan enjoys being outdoors, spending time with his family, and cheering on his childhood sports teams in Illinois.
|Excavation Construction Company Owner – Member of Lake City Assembly of God
Maurice began as a farmer but followed God’s leading to leave farming and enter into the excavation business. God has greatly blessed Maurice and his wife Cheryl for their obedience in following God’s call. In turn they work to share that blessing with others in the community. Maurice started his involvement with Life Services serving as a volunteer mobile clinic driver. With an extensive background in church board leadership and business finance Maurice was recently asked to join the board of directors and serve as the board treasurer. Maurice and Cheryl have two adult children.
|Rev. Danene Vaughn||Pastor of Ministry Development First Church of the Nazarene
Bio coming soon…
|Executive Director and Pastor – Member of North Church
Glendie grew up in Montana, skiing the slopes and enjoying the Big Sky Country. In the early 90s she came out here to EWU where she received her BS in Sports-medicine and PE with a minor in Applied Psychology. More important than the degree, she also met the love of her life, John at EWU. John and Glendie married shortly after graduation. Two years later Glendie surrendered her life to Jesus Christ with John leading her all the way. Since that time, Glendie has sought to live out the calling God has on her life first as a high school teacher, then a women’s ministry director and most recently as a discipleship pastor at (Life Center) North Church in Spokane. As a North Church pastor Glendie oversaw life groups and Rooted, served on the Sunday speaking team and oversaw a variety of other ministry teams. This experience, coupled with her training at Moody Bible and Spokane Ministry Institute combined to feed her passion for raising up disciple-making disciples for Christ. In addition to her professional roles, Glendie has served as a volunteer advocate and speaker for Life Services, speaker and Board member for IPULSE (now Project Six19), key note speaker for Abortion Anonymous as well as retreat speaker for various churches throughout our region. In all she does Glendie seeks to fulfill her life’s mission to “Give thanks to God, call upon His name, make known among the nations what He has done and proclaim that His name is exalted.” Isaiah 12:4. John and Glendie have two high school age sons, Reed and Adam. As Executive Director, Glendie is an ex officio, non-voting board member