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About Us

Learn about the founders
Founder Vic Stinemetze grew up on a farm in Central Kansas. Since coming to the Lord in 1993, Vic has served in a variety of lay ministries including Area Ambassador with Promise Keepers and as a Resident Missionary in a Mission for the Homeless in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. After moving to Grand Junction, Colorado in 1999, Vic worked with at-risk Youth in a Residential Treatment Program for 16 years before retiring in 2016. 

Vic continues to work with young people in a variety of ways including mentoring and discipling. Vic serves as the Community Impact Coordinator for Living Stone Church and is a connector of Community Ministries in Grand Junction. Vic has been married to Maxine Stinemetze 46 years and has five adult children, twelve Grandchildren, and six Great Grandchildren. His great desire is to see young men and women come to Christ and be discipled into his goodness and mercy so that hey can become influential builders of HIs Kingdom.
Alan Espinoza is from Fruita, Colorado and is married with two grown children. He has been the lead Pastor of Living Stone Church in Grand Junction since 2016. He attended college at Southern Arizona Bible College and most recently Christian Leadership University. Before full time ministry he worked in the corporate world with fortune 100 companies for 34 years, with various positions of management and leadership. 

He has also served as a volunteer in many areas of ministry including elder-ship, youth ministry, young adult ministries, and operations. He was also a six-year board member at Mesa Valley Community Charter School and served as a volunteer and as president of the board during his tenure. His heart and desire is to see young people have an opportunity to experience and grow in life and have life changing encounters with God. He believes that Jeremy House is a God idea that will help young people transition and grow in life to be good citizens, productive members of the community and followers of Jesus.
Pam Cristino is from Las Vegas, Nevada. She moved to the Grand Junction area in 2015 where she resides with her husband, Phil. Pam is the mother of two grown children and five grandchildren. Pam received salvation in 1971 and has served in Ministry for the last forty-two years serving Youth and children. In 1989, Pam started Daughters of Thunder, a Ministry serving women. Their primary mission is to build up and strengthen women of the Community so that they can go back into their homes and churches to impact their circle of influence. Pam and Phil pastored Maranatha Christian Fellowship in Las Vegas for five years and was involved with pulling victims of human trafficking off the streets from 1996 to 1999. Pam continues to be involved in Street Ministry and Women’s Ministry. Pam has a passion for at-risk young people and desires to be a part of helping them move toward a Spiritually victorious life.
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