Pitfalls and Building Blocks to Reach 10 to 15 Percent of the Population extra with the Gospel
Thérèse was born in Belgium Flanders near Genk with Spina bifida, a disability that made it impossible for her to walk without a prosthetic leg. From the age of 8 she spent a lot of her time in a Roman Catholic boarding school on the other side of Flanders, near Gent and so did not live much time at home with her parents, one sister and two brothers, none of whom are born again. In high school, she became an assistant administration manager and for about 10 years she worked at the office of a facility for people with learning disabilities. Because she was a professional in typewriting, she read and talked a lot about the issues of learning disabilities. After that, she worked for 2,5 years in a house for elderly people.