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Living Stones Academy is transforming hearts, minds, and communities. We have a unwavering commitment to becoming a school where all can learn, grow, and serve Jesus Christ.

Ways to get involved

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Join our Prayer Warriors

Join a group of dedicated prayer warriors who pray regularly for our students, staff and school community. We’ve seen firsthand how God responds to prayers for our school and would love for you to join us each Friday morning. 

Volunteer

Volunteering at Living Stones takes many forms, including tutoring, landscaping, library work, extra classroom help, and building maintenance. However you serve, know that your contribution directly helps children experience Christian education. 

Become a Business Sponsor

Your business can make a lasting, positive change in our neighborhood and school. Find out how other businesses are working with LSA and how you can help by reaching out to Lisa Schra.

Stories of academic excellence

Inspiring kids to worship

Her job title is “worship coordinator,” but Shelli Fynewever’s real job is inspiring kids to find joy in worshipping their creator. She plans the weekly school-wide worship services, and also comes alongside teachers. She loves it when kids stop her in the hall and...

Our worship theme for the year: Living with Deep Hope

God put the word “restore” on Mary Cole’s heart. The preschool aid was praying with a group of teachers and staff, asking God to reveal a theme for Living Stones. “Restore” felt right for the 2021-2022 school year, a year where families and staff are still grappling...

A tangible way to have a fresh start

David is helping the students see themselves as God sees them, as loved and full of potential.

Academic support available for students

By Lauren Buffum, Educational Support Services Director At Living Stones Academy we believe that every child is made in God’s image. Consequently, one of our main responsibilities as educators is to affirm their dignity and worth, and to come alongside each student to...

School dog welcomes students each day

Meet Baltic. He’s a four-year-old goldendoodle that has an important job at Living Stones. He is at school every school day all day and students are welcome to pet and interact with him. Research has shown many positive benefits to having a dog in school, including...

9 ways LSA equips students to flourish

By Rev. Aaron Winkle, Head of School  Our heartbeat is to welcome all. Making LSA accessible through our sliding fee scale for tuition is just the first step. We are also committed supporting all students to flourish in their learning.  Here are nine ways that we...

What does it mean to be “unwaveringly Christ-Centered”?

By Rev. Aaron Winkle, head of school When I introduce someone to Living Stones I begin by stating we are “unwaveringly Christ-centered.” I start there, because above everything else, we are a Christian learning community. What does that mean exactly? Well, it means...

Learning to love what God loves

How do we learn to love what God loves? Offering ourselves in worship is one way our hearts are shaped. Here’s a glimpse of what worship looks like at Living Stones. It’s Wednesday morning at Living Stones. At 8:00 a.m., the halls fill with with boisterous students,...

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