Martha Ann Hazelwood, 83, of the Flat Creek Community in Williamson County, Tennessee, died Tuesday, April 6, 2021. She was a member of Ash Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church (Columbia Presbytery) and the widow of William “Bill” Hazelwood.
Dr. Katie Best Butler, 90, of Camden, Arkansas, died April 08, 2021. Born into the Cumberland Presbyterian family of John Ramsey and Sallie Victoria Butler, Katie grew up in the Fellowship Cumberland Presbyterian Church until she became a charter member of the Camden Cumberland Presbyterian Church when she was sixteen. Both churches are currently in […]
It is with great pleasure Cumberland Presbyterian Resources welcomes the Reverend Andy McClung to the position of part-time shipping clerk. Andy brings numerous gifts to this position, including his organizational skills and his knowledge of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and her people. Previously, Andy served as the editor of Encounter: Bible Study for Adults, curriculum […]
The Reverend Frank E. Hare, 90, of Amesville, Ohio, died April 9, 2021. Frank was born August 15, 1930, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Frank E. Hare, Sr. and Edith Landis Hare. For many years, Frank served as coordinator of the Coalition for Appalachian Ministry (CAM). A 1955 graduate of Pittsburgh-Xenia Seminary, Frank served PC (USA) […]
Leo Hobson Smith, 90, well known as Hobby, died April 9, 2021, in Oneonta, Alabama. Hobby was an elder at Green’s Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church (Grace Presbytery) and for over 40 years took care of the church’s cemetery.
Focus Slow your breathing and become aware of the taking in and letting out of your breath. Focus on putting things aside so you will be open to what God is saying to you today. Read 1 John 2:18-25 New International Version 18 Dear children, this is the last hour; and as you have heard that the […]