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Minister , Choral director

Lisa Gay Stevens, American minister, choral director. Ordained deacon United Methodist Church, 1989, elder, 1992. President Life Insurance Office Managers Association Kansas City, 1985, chairperson public rels, 1984; board trustees Shepherd's Center of Northland, 1994-1995, member funding/finance committee, 1994-1995. Member Butler Ministerial Alliance; Butler Chaplains Association (chaplain, 1991-1993).

Background

Stevens, Lisa Gay was born on March 30, 1952 in Oklahoma City. Daughter of Charles Alton and Betty Lou (Johnson) Landrum.

Education

Student, Friends University, 1972. Bachelor in Music, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1987. Master of Divinity with gerontology specialization, St. Paul School Theology, 1990.

Career

Administrative assistant/cashier McLiney and Company, Kansas City, Missouri, 1978-1980. Choral director Hickman Mills Christian Community, 1979-1982. Administrative assistant Hokanson, Lehman & Stevens Creative Planning, Inc., 1981-1988.

Choral director Crossroads Reformed Church, Shawnee Mission, Kansas, 1983-1984, St. Paul School Theology, Kansas City, 1988-1989. Chaplain St. Luke's Hospital, Kingswood Manor Health Center, 1988. Pastor The Belvidere United Methodist Church, 1988-1990, Virginia/Passaic United Methodist Churches, Butler, Missouri, 1990-1993, North Cross United Methodist Church, Kansas City, 1993-1995, Central United Methodist Church, Kansas City, 1995-1996.

Adjunct faculty praxis team leader St. Paul School Theology, 1990-1993. Member finance and administration committee Missouri West United Methodist Conference, 1993-1996, sub-committee health insurance committee, 1993-1995, district supts.' salary committee, 1994-1996, Kansas City north district supts.' committee, 1994-1995, conference counseling edler, 1993-1996.

Achievements

  • Ordained deacon United Methodist Church, 1989, elder, 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Solo flutist Senior Wichita Youth Orchestra, 1969-1970.

Religion

People need not just to accept but also to grow in relationship with God. God's grace and love constantly prompts and seeks to transform us, and so we should continually seek and pray to grow in holiness and love.

Politics

Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.

Views

Spiritual support, encouragement and challenge should be major strengths of a Christian community.

Membership

President Life Insurance Office Managers Association Kansas City, 1985, chairperson public rels, 1984. Board trustees Shepherd's Center of Northland, 1994-1995, member funding/finance committee, 1994-1995. Member Butler Ministerial Alliance.

Butler Chaplains Association (chaplain, 1991-1993).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Flutist, plane enthusiast, music, artist.

Connections

Married Thomas Lynn Taylor, December 11, 1971 (divorced 1983). Children: Jason Ryan, Joel Shane. Married James Hervey Stevens Junior, April 29, 1984.

father:
Charles Alton Landrum

mother:
Betty Lou (Johnson) Landrum

spouse:
Thomas Lynn Taylor

spouse:
James Hervey Stevens Junior

child:
Jason Ryan Stevens

child:
Joel Shane Stevens