West Virginia Living Stone Ministries
WV Living Stone Ministries
Elizabeth Stone is a pastor, speaker, and author who brings Biblical truth to life, shares hope through faith, and empowers believers to know and understand their God-given giftedness and vocations, living into their call by God’s power.
From the suburbs of Philadelphia where she was born and raised to rural West Virginia, Elizabeth has lived a life of diversity, teaching math and French for 15 years and serving in ministries of education, music leadership and performance, camp director, VBS, Sunday school, college and youth ministry as well as leadership in adult and women’s ministries. As an advocate for suicide prevention she serves as a member of the West Virginia Suicide Council, and with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Her pastoral ministry spans over sixteen years, and she volunteers as a hospice chaplain.
Elizabeth has a B.S. in mathematics from Bethany College, WV; two certificates of the French Language from the Sorbonne University in Paris, France; and a master of divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, NC.
Co-author of Valley of the Shadow, Elizabeth has been a featured speaker at churches, women's groups, retreats, seminary classes, seminars for emergency responders and ecumenical clergy training. Her mission and message is to:
>Live intentionally in ministry as a unique call on her life within the context of faith.
>Engage Christ’s Church with the message of hope and healing in tough circumstances, challenging believers to trust God in the hard times.
>Empower other Christians to know and live into their callings in all areas of the church and the world, inspiring them to discover and use their gifts.
She and her husband are (finally!) empty-nesters, and live in Beckley, West Virginia. She has five children and five grandchildren (and counting!).
Erin was born in Massachusetts but was quickly – at two weeks old – returned to the mountains of West Virginia. Raised in Moundsville and Beckley, she is highly gifted in mathematics and was educated at Harding University in Arkansas where she earned a business degree. Currently she is currently working in radio marketing. She is a wonderful advocate for many causes, not just suicide prevention, but stopping human trafficking, promoting mental wellness, and combating the problems that often affect teen girls in our society: body image, cutting, anorexia and bulimia. She has taken her message of hope into schools, colleges, church camps and retreats, and church youth groups.