Elizabeth head shot Wilmette beach 10 12 14Talking About Faith with Elizabeth Jones is more than ideas from the pulpit, it is a way to bring faith into your everyday life. This show will bring you closer to your own faith and enrich your spirit with words of encouragement and guests that fortify unity through love and openness.  Add this show to your regular listening playlist and watch as your faithful walk becomes stronger. 

Rev. Elizabeth Jones has been involved as pastor at St. Luke's Christian Community Church, Morton Grove, Illinois as a commissioned member in the Federation of Christian Ministries. She holds a Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and a Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Counseling in Illinois (IAODAPCA) 
Elizabeth has ministered at churches, hospitals and retirement communities. Her spiritual and theological training, experience and natural less-anxious presence allow her to bring strength and comfort to persons in need. Elizabeth has four healthy, curious and strong-minded children in their twenties and thirties, and a loving husband who works at a trade publication in Chicago.
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Elizabeth is pastor at St. Luke's Christian Community Church, 9233 Shermer Rd. in Morton Grove, Illinois.
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Church website: www.stlukesecc.org


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