CEF: Higgerty Law Statement of Claim Section H – The Strathmore Loan

This article is part of the series from the Higgerty Law statement of claim. You can read what a statement of claim and a Quistclose Trust is in the first article in this series. This portion of the statement talks about the Strathmore Loan which was made as part of a plan to construct 50 units... Continue Reading →

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What You Can Do To Help

Dear readers - If there is one passage that sums up why I do this blog, it'd be this: Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. Matthew 5:6 LCC has been waging a "war of silence" if not an active dis-information campaign on its membership in an apparent attempt to whitewash... Continue Reading →

CEF: Higgerty Law Statement of Claim Section F – Transfer of the POP Village Lands to Encharis

This article is part of the series from the Higgerty Law statement of claim. You can read what a statement of claim and a Quistclose Trust is in the first article in this series. This portion of the statement alleges that ABC District created ECHS (Encharis Community Housing and Services) and EMSS (Encharis Management Support and... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL: Monitor’s 35th Report – Apr 18, 2018

The Monitor's 35th report details - a settlement between CEF and the Prince of Peace Church and School. the future of the ABC District after LCC restructured, the sale of the vacant parsonage lot, Georg Beinert's affadavit pertaining to perceived allegations against him, and the Monitor's perspective, the current state of Sage's Application pertaining to utilities... Continue Reading →

CEF: Higgerty Law Statement of Claim Section D – The ABC Church Extension Fund

This article is a follow-up to "CEF: Higgerty Law Statement of Claim Regarding the Prince of Peace Congregation and School Loan" and details how CEF was supposed to work, who the administrators and directors were, the state of CEF's portfolio as of the early 1990s. For me, the closing paragraph of this section details is the most... Continue Reading →

LCC Restructuring: Amended Constitution Passed

From the Canadian Lutheran: WINNIPEG – Congregations of Lutheran Church–Canada (LCC) have voted to approve Synod’s amended constitution by a large margin. Of the 300 congregations eligible to vote, 222 sent in ballots with 206 voting for adoption, 12 voting against the changes, one abstention, and three late ballots. Secretary of Synod, Grace Henderson announced the... Continue Reading →

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