LCC: Convention Considerations – Carl Asks “Who Decides?”

In LCC: Constitutional Considerations – Full Disclosure Please I posted "Carl Vehse"'s comment about what would be quorum for the October "Special Convention", and the fact that the Board left out the specific Bylaw details pertaining to holding conventions and special conventions. It seems Carl's had some extra time on his hands, because he made... Continue Reading →

LCC: Constitutional Considerations – Full Disclosure Please

In LCC: Constitutional Considerations I discussed counting delegates for a quorum, and what would happen if the entire CCMS was sent to the Committee on Adjudication. "Carl Vehse" once again weighed in with an interesting analysis in a comment on that article, and I'm quoting the comment in full here. The 24 congregation-appointed delegates was merely... Continue Reading →

LCC: Constitutional Considerations

In LCC’s Special Convention: Time’s Up (To Get Church Delegates in Place) I discussed a number of considerations about the October 2020 special convention the Board is calling to allow them to reschedule the 2021 regular convention. Counting Delegates for Quorum If The CCMS Is Subject To An Adjudication Case  Counting Delegates for Quorum Today... Continue Reading →

LCC’s Special Convention: Time’s Up (To Get Church Delegates in Place)

Here's a summary of where things are with Synod's planned October special convention. Synod plans to hold a virtual convention on Saturday, October 17, 2020 in order to amend the Statutory Bylaws so the Board can move the regular convention in exigent circumstances. This is a laudable goal which should be supported in a manner in... Continue Reading →

LCC Wants to Hold A Special Convention: Synod Responds

Well that was fast. The original series of posts just finished today when I received an update: "LCC releases additional documents pertaining to 2020 Special Convention". This publication has links to Special Convention – Overture 1.01, Special Convention – CCMS Rulings, Special Convention – Bulletin #1 I'll discuss each in turn below. Overture 1.01 "Bulletin... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL: Monitor’s 38th Report

Just when I turned in for the night, my alerting system told me Deloitte'd published their 38th report to their website.  This report was created to support a forthcoming application to the Court, as I'd discussed in "CEF: Deloitte Calling!" This report pertains to the Representative Actions and not a future distribution. Hopefully that'll appear... Continue Reading →

Why We Celebrate Christmas

I'm reposting a Christmas article I wrote back in 2017 because it's as applicable today as it was then. Wishing all my readers a blessed Christmas in the knowledge of the reason for our Lord's coming! ANO In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. This was the first registration when... Continue Reading →

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