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OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINISTRY Minister of Congregational Care


Heights Cumberland Presbyterian Church (HCPC) is currently searching for an ordained Minister of Congregational Care who is called by God to lead the ministry of Soul Care at HCPC through the direct provision of pastoral care as well the equipping of church members to provide soul care through a variety of programs. A love for Jesus Christ, a compassionate spirit and a giſt for leadership is vital in candidates we would consider for this position.


Minister of Discipleship and Service


HCPC is also searching for a Minister of Discipleship and Service who is called by God to lead the ministries of discipleship (growing people into Christ-likeness) and Service (creating opportunities for Christians to carry the cause of Christ into the world). Tis will require leadership of Heights Mission Team and Adult Discipleship Team with a special emphasis on the revitalization of small group ministry at HCPC. A love for Jesus Christ, a passion for growing people


in Christ and a giſt for organizational leadership is vital in candidates we would consider for this position.


As members of our core ministry team we will expect a high level of professional commitment combined with clear Christian maturity as we consider candidates for both positions. Believing that biblical knowledge, visionary thinking and equipping of the saints are the basis of every enduring and effective ministry we are looking for a minimum of 3 years of experience in which these skills can be seen at work. A college degree is required in each case.


Contact information: Heights Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 8600 Academy Boulevard, Albuquerque, NM 87111, email: hcpcsearch@gmail.com


COMMISSIONED Licentiate Garrett Burns, 21 June 2011, as Ensign, United States Navy (Reserve Officer)


DEATH Rev. David Craig, 9 July 2011, Presbytery of East Tennessee


K I D ’ S P I X movie review A Hard Day's Night (1964) PG-13


by Davey Peppers In my opinion, the Beatles are one of the greatest bands—if not


the greatest—to ever write a song. In this film, they demonstrate the talents that leave me with that opinion. Watching it now, over forty years aſter its release, it isn’t difficult to see how A Hard Day’s Night has influenced both cinema and television. My favorite television series, Arrested Development, is filmed in the exact same style, and I know that the creators used the Beatles’ picture as inspiration. And while Arrested Development is funny, so too is A Hard Day’s Night. It incorporates everything for which the Beatles are known—music, fun, and just plain awesomeness. In short, it is an excellent film. Te plot concerns Ringo Starr getting an idea from Paul


Davey Peppers is a seventh-grader at Franklin Road Academy in Nashville, TN, and a member of Brenthaven Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Brentwood, TN. A budding stage and screen actor, Davey is also active in Boy Scouts and Youth ROCKS at Brenthaven. He enjoys playing baseball, playing the trumpet, and is an avid reader. More of Davey’s reviews can be found at his movie review blog: www.kidviews.blogspot.com.


McCartney’s grandfather that he should see the world. But, he decides to do so just two hours before a show. Hilarity ensues, and the sight gags are spectacular. Te soundtrack for the film is one of my personal favorites among Te Beatles’ albums, and was rated #388 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. A Hard Day’s Night is one of the best movies I have ever seen.


Roger Ebert gave the film a four stars (out of four) rating, and I agree with his assessment completely. It will captivate the imagination of Beatles’ fans who’ve already seen it a dozen times, those who haven’t seen it yet, and even those who don’t consider themselves fans. Either way, as a Beatles fan or not, you should see this movie. You will love it.


DAVEY’S RATING: A 20 | August 2011 | THE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN


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