Items wanted, available; reinstatements; position

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Wanted
 
Complete sound systems for missions in Ghana, West Africa (via Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Walden, N.Y.).  Sound systems are needed for classroom teaching, sanctuary and open-air crusades. Malcolm T. Anthony, 2237 Albany Post Road, Walden, NY 12586; malanth@frontiernet.net.
 
Used, reliable automobile for deaconess student during one-year internship at an LCMS deaf mission in Washington, D.C., area.  Contact Claire Leichtman at (248) 894-2628; ephphatha lutheran@yahoo.com.
 
AAT (Beck) Bibles, Third Edition, for small congregation.  Rev. Charles Huffman, Box 518, Ozona, TX 76943; (325) 392-2017; bubber1h@aol .com.
 
The Music for the Liturgy of the Lutheran Hymnal, CPH, 1944; includes notes for congregational responses and for presiding minister to chant.  Andrew B. Ratcliffe, 801 DeMun Ave., Box 281, St. Louis, MO 63105-3168; (314) 505-7529; ratcliffea@csl.edu.

Available
 
Sixty copies of The Lutheran Hymnal (red), in fair-to-good condition, plus two organist copies; 23 copies of The Lutheran Hymnal (blue), in good condition.  Hope Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 355, Woodburn, OR 97071; (503) 9810400; hope-lcms@ juno.com.
 
Sixty-four copies of Lutheran Worship, in fair condition.  Peace Lutheran Church, 800 S. Donaghey Ave., Conway, AR 72034-6735; (501) 329-3854; plc@cyberback.com.

Requests for Reinstatement
 
GENE A. BIGHAM, Lees Summit, Mo., and JOEL R. KURZ, Youngstown, Ohio, have applied for reinstatement to the Minister of Religion-Ordained roster of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod. STACY L. FEDDERN, Las Vegas, Nev., and CHERYL LINEBRINK, Taylor, Texas, have applied for reinstatment to the Minister of Religion-Commissioned roster of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.  Correspondence regarding these applications should be sent for receipt no later than Feb. 5 to Dr. Raymond L. Hartwig, Secretary, The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod, 1333 S. Kirkwood Road, St. Louis, MO 63122-7295.

Position

Oakwood Lutheran Homes Association, Inc., a Christian retirement community with two campuses serving 950-plus residents (independent living, supportive living, skilled nursing and community-based programs) in Madison, Wis., seeks a full-time director of pastoral care
 
Responsibilities include: provide pastoral care services for residents; plan and conduct worship services; provide religious educational opportunities; supervise outreach and expressive arts programs; foster partnerships in ministry with community pastors, priests and rabbis.  Director also serves as a member of senior management.
 
Qualifications include: ability to reflect and articulate theological issues; counsel and relate well with residents and families; and have knowledge and competence in gerontology and ethical issues in aging.  A candidate must be an ordained Lutheran pastor, have a minimum seven years experience, have completed four units of CPE or a Doctor of Ministry with studies related to long-term care, and provide ecclesiastical endorsement by the representative church body.
 
Oakwood offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.  Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  For consideration, please forward a letter of interest, which includes salary requirements, resume and three references to Search Committee — Pastoral Care, Oakwood Lutheran Homes Association, Inc., 6165 Mineral Point Road, Madison, WI 53705; fax (608) 230-4367.

January 2004

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