If there's one thing I absolutely hate, it's housecleaning. It's not exactly a gift God's given me and regardless of how hard I work the house always becomes a mess again. And finally, the worst of it all was - it would be my fault alone. Things weren't always that way - back when I... Continue Reading →
With the advent of a new year approaching I figured it was also a good time to give this blog a new look and make it easier for people to interact with it. Hopefully this works out, and if not - we'll try something different! Wishing everyone all the Lord's best for the remainder of... Continue Reading →
The Stratford Beacon-Herald has an article on SP-Elect Teuscher's election as LCC President and departure from the Stratford area after 20 years. You can read it here.
In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. This was the first registration when Quirinius was governor of Syria. And all went to be registered, each to his own town. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, from the town of Nazareth, to Judea, to the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, because he was... Continue Reading →
December 14, 2017 Canadian Lutheran posted an article pertaining to the Synodical Constitution. In this article I'll discuss the following documents that were posted to the website: An Executive Summary on Constitutional Amendment Ratification A detailed letter to congregations explaining the changes The final draft of the Synodical Constitution as amended A Comparison Document showing... Continue Reading →
Having taken a detour through CEF/DIL-land, it's time to get back to the 2019 National Youth Gathering's theme and announcement. (My prior blog post is here.) This is the logo they've chosen: My first reaction was disbelief - was Synod really putting something in front of it's young people that - on initial reading -... Continue Reading →
The Monitor's website has been updated today with articles 275-283 and this is my layman's summary. 275. Order - Taxation of Accounts - filed December 7, 2017 Approval of the various professional services fees. 276. Affidavit of Cara Thompson Various procedural matters related to the Representative Actions, Certification that the procedural steps taken to date are compliant,... Continue Reading →
Counsel Allan Garber was retained by the original District Subcommittee as counsel for their Representative Action. He resigned as counsel after a legal kerfluffel and now he's being called before the Law Society to explain himself in what seems to be an unrelated matter - specifically: It is alleged that Allan Garber acted in a... Continue Reading →