About Elizabeth

Elizabeth B. Adams

Elizabeth Adams

Elizabeth holds a Master's Degree in Practical Theology from Columbia Theological Seminary ('14) and Bachelor's Degrees in Cultural Anthropology/Sociology and Religious Studies from Agnes Scott College ('11). She is an Ordained Minister within the National Christian Churches of America.

She is the founder of the World Peace Project, LLC. (2015) The World Peace Project is a space offering ways to re-imagine spirituality and re- define relationships with positive narratives. It offers a safe place for people who are consciously interacting with faith, self-reflection, and intentional actions towards peace.

As a pastoral caregiver and researcher, Elizabeth has presented to audiences around the United States helping to redefine outdated roles and family traditions into more fulfilling twenty-first century relationships.

For now, she and her husband live in an empty nest with a golden retriever, a rescue dog, and an African grey who thinks she owns the house.

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Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.

Margaret Mead

At least 670,000 Americans were homeless in 2016. Even more shocking is that over 35 percent of these people had young children with them at the time.

As a former pastor providing services to Atlanta’s homeless community, I met many amazing, hardworking people who were knocked off their feet by a sudden crisis. For reasons too many to name here, they did not have family to help them. This calling taught me many things but mainly that homelessness can affect anybody, including middle-class Americans.

Therefore, I pledge a percentage of all book sales from the Living with Momma series to communities that are working to prevent and end homelessness in America. For a list of preselected communities, please visit me at www.livingwithmomma.com. Majority of donations will be served within the Cornerstone LLS community.

Cornerstone Legacies    Foundation
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The marvelous vision of the peaceable Kingdom, in which all violence has been overcome and all men, women, and children live in loving unity ... [is seen] every time we show compassion to a suffering person ... we are making the vision come true. Instead of making us escape real life, this beautiful vision gets us involved.