Hello secret monkeys of Shepherd of the Hills! Recently I asked Mr. McPeak if I could interview him for this newsletter. Of course, he said no for the umpteenth time. So, I interview our favorite person who gives us tardy slips when we are late….Mrs. McCrary! The first question I asked her was what her favorite part of being at Shepherd of the Hills is. Her response was she really likes interacting with all the kids or else she would not have this job. Since she signs in all of the tardy people, you would think she had some good stories of why people are late. Surprisingly she does not have any great stories. The best one she has is that a kid would come in everyday saying that he missed the public bus, when he was waking up thirty minutes late. She also said that her favorite food is any kind of dessert. When asked what she did before she came to Shepherd of the Hills, she said that she was a psychotherapist who helped out with at risk inner city youth. Mrs. McCrary said that she liked working with that age group because even though they were doing bad things, they still had hope. She also worked at the U.S. Embassy in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Since she has a rhyming name (Terry McCrary) it made sense to ask her what it is like to have a name like that. She said that you need to have a good sense of humor. She also said that her favorite type of animal is a dachshund. Thanks for reading and have a stupendous day!
-The Electronic Snowman
Hello Easter Bunnies of Shepherd of the Hills! That is right; the Electronic Snowman is now the author of the teacher interview page. If you prefer the writing of the Chunky Chimichanga, you can look at previous articles or go over to the editorial or the human interests page. Anyways, let us dive into the interview.
I asked Pastor Zillinger what his favorite part about being a pastor was. His response was that he gets to be in God’s Word all the time and he gets to connect it to the people he is around. He said that he has always enjoyed a good steak, but as of now he enjoys good sushi. When asked what it is like to be a leader at a Christian school, he said that leadership always has difficulties, especially when you don’t know the people you are dealing with. Although, when you are at a Christian school, you are all brothers and sisters in Christ, but it is hard to talk to people about some subjects when you know them. He also explained why he became a pastor. He said that he never really wanted to be a pastor but people around him noticed that he had a gift of explaining Scripture, so then he knew what he was called to do.
I also asked him some fun questions. For instance, I asked him what his choice of weapon would be if he was in a zombie apocalypse. He said he would use a sawed off double barrel shotgun. He also said that if he could be a Star Wars character he would be older Obi Wan Kenobi. He also said that he would ride a shark strapped to an elephant into a battle which would trample everything in its path. Have a splendid day!
-The Electronic Snowman