In March 2008, he found himself back in the political game, using his newly acquired law degree to land a job as legislative counsel for then-Rep. Todd Tiahrt (R-Kan.).
While Congress and the church differ in their philosophy and aim, Stroia believes his work in both institutions shares a common thread: the opportunity to serve people.
“It’s still in the arena of service to some sort of constituency, whether it be a people of faith or average citizens. It’s a way to serve,” he said.
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