Pastor A. B. Sutton
Dr. A. B. Sutton Jr. is the founding Pastor of Living Stones Temple: The Dream Fellowship established in the fall of 2010. Sutton was ordained to preach at the tender age of 14. He is an academically trained proclaimer of the Word of God, who earned a BA degree in Religion, from Bishop College in Dallas Texas, a Master of Divinity and Doctorate in Cross Cultural Education both from Virginia Union School of Theology in Richmond, VA.
Pastor Sutton’s pastoral career is also far reaching. He served as Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Port Royal, Va. - 1987-1990, Free Spirit Miss. Baptist Church, Buffalo, NY – 1990-2000 and the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church, Birmingham, Al. – 2000-2010.
His various speaking/preaching/teaching engagements include the African American Division of Southern Baptist Convention, National Baptist Convention of America w/Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, Progressive Baptist Convention of America, National Baptist Convention of America Inc., Virginia Union School of Theology, Howard University, Morehouse College, Miles College, Liberian Theological Seminary (Liberia, W. Africa), Samford University, George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University and Beeson Divinity School.
Pastor Sutton is also a published author whose contributions can be found in Oxford Sermons 2008 - By Joel Gregory and What We Love About The Black Church – By William Crouch Jr. and Joel Gregory.
He is married to the former Terri R. Gaiter. They are the proud parents of two daughters Gabriel and Treasure and the late A. B. Sutton III.