Nate BullisNate Bullis, a husband and father of two, has been balancing on the radical edge of grace with the Sanctuary since 2008. Nate has been involved in a number of capacities with the church over the years, including the youth ministry, worship team, and Downside Up films. Nate loves songwriting, screenwriting, and the unending shenanigans of his kids.

Carmen HernandezCarmen Hernandez is a wife and mother of 5.  She is a neonatal nurse practitioner and has been blessed to be part of the births of 1000s of babies over the years.  She began attending LMCC back in 2001 and was mesmerized by the message of God’s relentless love for all, which continues to challenge and uplift her at the Sanctuary today.  Her hobbies include tennis and doing almost anything with her kids and the love of her life, her husband, Chachi.  She is passionate about Children’s issues and wishes that every child grew up secure, loved, and well cared for.

Jolene MillerJolene Miller has been part of the Sanctuary since its inception.  She grew up, and currently lives, in Arvada.  A psychotherapist for the last 23 years she is passionate about coming alongside people in living out who God designed them to be and fostering hope during life’s difficult times.  She enjoys hiking and the out-of-doors, eating well and her furry friends.

Matt KinnerMatt Kinner lives in Denver with his wife and their two children. He works in construction & enjoys skateboarding, skiing, & coaching his kids. He is a Colorado native & has been with The Sanctuary since its inception. Matt & his family enjoy good food & good friends & love to travel.

Brad KnickelBrad Knickel has been Chairman & a principal of Horizon Ag Products for the past 18 years. Brad is a road & mountain biker & a top fundraiser for the MS Society through their annual bike rides. Brad loves enjoying outdoor activities with his wife & two children.

Alison SchofieldAlison Schofield is a professor of Bible and Early Judaism at the University of Denver.  Her research focuses on the Dead Sea Scrolls, archaeology and ancient languages of the biblical world.  In addition to teaching and publishing books, she travels regularly to the Middle East and is passionate about working for refugees and related social justice issues both abroad and in Denver.   Alison loves many outdoor activities, especially hiking, biking, climbing, and canyoneering, and she is an avid dancer, performing with a local dance company.