Pastor (Joseph), Wang Wai Wong , is a Church planter of Living Stone Community Church. He grew up in Hong Kong and came to Orlando, United States in 1991.
He has been a Mental Health Counselor for the past ten years. Sensing the call to ministry in 1998, he then went to Reformed Theology Seminary to be equipped. Ministries of counseling and teaching opened up among the people in Orlando Community. After graduation in 2004, God put Joseph in Florida Hospital to serve the sick people. Through the training of Clinical Pastoral education as Chaplain, God transformed Joseph into a person of courage and compassion. God had touched his heart in many ways, and Joseph responded to His call for full time ministry as a church planter and pastor in Orlando, Florida. His passion is to bring hope to people; especially Chinese immigrant, lead them to the Lord Jesus and nurture them in a Christ-centered spiritual family.
Michael Furuyama is serving as the director of the youth and worship service at Living Stone Community Church. His wife, Aya, helps with the children's ministry. Together they have two beautiful boys. Michael and Aya were born and raised in California, and grew up in a Japanese American church conference. They were married in the summer of 2007 and moved from San Diego to Orlando shortly after. Michael graduated with a Masters of Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary in Oviedo on May 2011. They are excited to be serving in an Asian American church plant here in Orlando, and to be a part of the birth and growth of this community church.