Elizabeth has been involved:

  • as a pastor at St. Luke’s Christian Community Church, Morton Grove, Illinois
  • in various ministry and prayer-related activities
  • as a commissioned member in the Federation of Christian Ministries
  • holds a Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
  • holds 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 encouragement, strength and comfort to persons in need. Elizabeth is also a daughter and sister, a wife and mother, has four curious and strong-minded adult children in their 20’s and 30’s, and a loving husband who works as a senior editor at a trade publication in Chicago.

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  1. Dear Elizabeth,
    While searching for an image for our Sunday bulletin I came across a lovely photo of a painting(?) of Mary. I wondered if it was your work or not, and either way might we use it for our bulletin cover December 19?
    Much appreciated,
    St. Gregory’s
    Littleton CO


    • Hello, Wendy.
      Thanks for checking out Pastor, Preacher, Pray-er! Yes, I posted this picture of Mary. At the time, I could not find out who the artist was. I even went to http://www.tineye.com and put in the link to the image. I couldn’t find any link.

      However, I just tried again. I DID find a link. The artist is from the Philippines. Her site is Pristine Cartera Turkus. https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/pristine-carteraturkus This is just a snippet of her Virgin Guadalupe. The whole picture is lovely. I don’t know where I saw the snippet originally.
      I hope that helps.
      Peace to you – Elizabeth


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