Elizabeth Mitchell was born in Colorado, but moved as a young child, and was raised in Wisconsin. Her natural father died of Aids, when she was only 3 years old, but he has always been an inspiration to her.
Problems in Elizabeth’s life struck early as she was hospitalized for pneumonia, and subsequently given medicine that would ultimately change her image, and self esteem.
Spending her childhood in a small city made things worse, twofold, as she had nowhere to hide, and not much support to be able to bounce back from being ridiculed.
She found her coping mechanisms in all of the wrong places as she grew older and graduated high school. Eventually turning to drugs seemed to be the only way out for her, at least she felt at the time.
Elizabeth has always been a strong and determined person even, as a child and teen, but the drugs became overwhelming and controlling.
In 2006, after hitting her low point, she found God, and experienced several miracles that changed her life. He helped her discover the strength to say enough is enough, and the courage to move forward in her life. He was her rock and her light when she needed it most.
Since then she has done work for several ministries, including the Billy Graham Association, and has worked for several nonprofit agencies, helping both blind and less fortunate individuals.
Note: It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I now have to go on without the love of my life and the greatest woman with the most kindest heart that I have ever known. I will go forward and carry on our legacy and work through Naturally Sacred and continue to be a light to the world.
To my dearest and sweetest Elizabeth, rest peacefully my Angel.