Medical Strategic Network


Board of Directors


Greg Bonnen, MD     President

Greg completed medical school at the University of Texas Galveston. He did his residency in neurosurgery at the same school followed by a Parkinson surgery fellowship at Loma Linda University Medical Center. In addition to his full time and successful neurosurgery practice, Greg serves as the Chairman of the Board for Houston Physicians Hospital and on the Board of Heritage Bank in Texas which he co-founded. He is a member of the Texas House of Representatives. Greg is married to Kim. They have two daughters.

Kathleen B. Albrektson

Kathleen is the senior partner of Albrektson & Shumate LLP, a firm devoted to Estate Planning, Trust Administration, Probate, Elder Law, Planned Giving, Estate Litigation, Business Law, and Bankruptcy.  Prior to being in private practice, Kathleen served with Cru in numerous roles including corporate attorney, Director of Planned Giving, campus and women’s ministry, and a four year assignment in the Philippines.

Ms. Albrektson holds a religion degree from Duke University, a Master’s Degree in Religion from the International School and a JD from The University of La Verne College of Law.

In addition to serving on several other Boards, Kathleen is happily married to Ray, a seminary professor-at-large who takes theological education to the third world.  They have two adult children (one who is a physician) and three grandchildren.




Ana DePuy, RN

Ana is an ER and burn nurse in Baton Rouge and has been involved in MSN since she was a nursing student at LSUHSC in New Orleans. She has served as speaking faculty in MSN conferences both in the US and abroad and has been on summer staff for the summer preceptorship for years. She has a passion for ministry through medicine, teaching whole person care here in the United States, and bringing the gospel through medical missions around the world.


Kent Hutcheson, PhD

Kent served as the International Training Coordinator for Campus Crusade for Christ in the early 1970’s and established a Training Center in Quezon City, Philippines. He met Yang Kwang Chen at the University of the Philippines and helped to disciple him. Upon becoming a physician, Dr. Chen founded the Medical Strategic Network. Dr. Hutcheson provided guidance and curriculum expertise during these years and spoke at many METS Conferences along with his wife Diane. Kent and Diane founded Colorado UpLift which now works with thousands of inner city youth nationwide. Their passion is the integration of Felt Needs (the healing of the body and the soul) and Real Needs (Spiritual Rebirth and Transformation through discipleship). Dr. Hutcheson holds an earned Doctorate and an Honorary Doctorate from Colorado Christian University. He has received many national awards from secular and Christian Institutions.


Paul Lorentsen, MD

Paul is a co-founder of The Neighborhood Christian Clinic which provides care to the underserved and a base for training healthcare professionals in whole person care. Dr. Lorentsen has served on the clinic Board of Directors since 1995 and as the Clinic’s Medical Director. Dr. Lorentsen most enjoys his time spent in direct patient care.

Prior to his work at clinic, Dr. Lorentsen was the Chief of Internal Medicine at Luke Air Force Base. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. He received his MD from Loyola University of Chicago in 1990, and his Bachelor of Science from Gordon College in 1985. He lives in Phoenix with his wife Kelli and their three children.


Bob Mason, MDiv (Ex Officio)

As Executive Director of Medical Strategic Network, Bob gives overall leadership to the organization. He has served with Cru / Campus Crusade for Christ for 35 years. His assignments include campus staff at Oklahoma State University, coordinating evangelistic outreaches worldwide, and directing campus staff teams. He is the founder of the Whole Person Care Preceptorship and the Pre-Med / Pre Pro Health Student Project and serves on the teaching faculty of METS Conferences. He is married to Diana. They have two adult children. The Masons reside in Southern California.

Terry Shibuya, MD

Terry is a Head & Neck Surgeon practicing in the Orange County, CA area.  Since his earlier years at Loma Linda University School of Medicine, he has attended multiple METS conferences and has applied Whole Person Care in his practice for many years.  He believes faith is an integral part of caring for his patients who have many complex head and neck disorders and cancers.  Dr. Shibuya continues to travel through out the world (India, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Guatemala, Haiti, etc… ) volunteering and leading numerous medical mission trips.  He is married and has two sons.

Stan Shu, MD

Stan is a child neurologist at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. He has been involved in the Medical Strategic Network since he was a medical student in the 1980’s. Dr. Shu has an earnest desire to help health professionals integrate their faith into their lives and practice as well as helping patients to spiritually cope with their illnesses. Dr. Shu is a graduate of UCLA and Loma Linda University School of Medicine.  He is married to Esther and they have three children: two in college and one in junior high school.


Dave Tellez, MD

Dave is an intensive care physician at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and a long faculty member of MSN. Through the vision of the Network, he developed The Neighborhood Christian Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona and serves as its president. He is married to Anna and has three daughters.


Helena Torres, PharmD

Helena is a public health pharmacist on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. She was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN where she went to pharmacy school at Butler University. She has been involved in METS since she was a student and enjoys being able to serve as faculty for conferences throughout the year. She also has a heart for student ministry and medical missions both in the US and throughout the world.

Andrew Wai, MD

Andrew completed his undergraduate degree at UCLA, medical school at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and is currently a medicine/pediatrics physician at Loma Linda.  He has been very active in MSN since his early days of medical school.  He attended the Whole Person Care Preceptorship and later served on the Preceptorship summer staff leadership team.  Andrew has taught at METS conferences both in the US and abroad.  Dr. Wai enjoys ministering to medical students in Southern California.