How We Started
The Stone Table Team
Below you will find the amazing team that keeps The Stone Table moving forward. Through years of church leadership and business development, we are blessed to have everyone involved.
After starting his career in the business world, Erik spent 12 years in full-time ministry, both on staff at a large suburban church and as a church planter in a downtown urban context. In addition to his role at The Stone Table, he also serves as the Vice President of Community Reinvestment Foundation, a nonprofit real estate company that provides high-quality affordable housing all over Indiana while investing its profits into missions through The Stone Table.
Co-Founder, President and Chairman of Community Reinvestment Foundation, Inc.
Co-Founder of Community Reinvestment Foundation, Inc., President of Samaritan Companies, President of Cedar Run Limited.
David is the Lead Pastor of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship, a church he planted nearly two decades ago in Bloomington, Indiana. He has led his church in giving over $2 million dollars to missions since its inception and has had a hand in raising over $25 million more through speaking and other fundraising efforts.
Pastor Rob Ketterling is the Lead Pastor of River Valley Church, which is based out of Minnesota’s Twin Cities South Metro area. Starting in 1995 with just 13 people, Rob and his wife, Becca, began River Valley with a vision for church “outside the ordinary.”
Today, River Valley is a thriving, growing church with over 5,000 in attendance at its 17 weekend services across seven locations with campuses in Apple Valley, Burnsville, Edina Area, Faribault, Minnetrista, Savage and international campuses in Mbekelweni, Swaziland and Valencia, Spain.
After spending years on the creative staffs at multiple churches and even starting a business of his own, Darren joined the CRF team and now helps The Stone Table with web development. He also plays the guitar better than you.
“If the witch understood the true meaning of sacrifice, she might have interpreted the Deep Magic differently, for when a willing victim who has committed no treachery, dies in a traitor’s stead,
The Stone Table will crack and even death itself will turn backwards.”
Aslan, The Chronicles of Narnia
The Stone Table is the outflow of a decades-old journey. Here are some highlights of key developments and relationships that led us to where we are today. And we’re just getting started.