CEF/DIL: When Silence Becomes Assent

On Jan 2015 when ABC District entered CCAA protection the world as LCC's membership knew it was turned upside down. In the time since then, the ABC District Task Force, the CEF Representative Action, and now the ASC have all painted the same picture in different ways - over the course of years District had misled church members... Continue Reading →

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LCC: Church Worker Misconduct Policy

In a previous article I wrote about ABC District’s 2014 abuse policy. The article was a contrast between ABC District’s stated policy and their actions as revealed by the CCAA process which shows that the CEF / DIL administration decided to get into the high-risk, high-stakes real estate property development. As it turns out, back... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL – ASC Notice of Hearing

When you sell investments to the general public, there are rules you must follow to ensure that people make informed decisions with their savings and that what they buy is what they get. When you don't follow the rules, tell them one thing when the reality is something else, and deprive people of their investments... Continue Reading →

What Did Rachael’s Church Do?

In my previous article "We Were Rachael's Church" I wrote about how the Denhollanders held up a mirror of the church's behavior to Immanuel Baptist church in Louisville KY and how the church reacted with introspection, investigation, awareness, repentance, and finally restoration. But what had Immanuel Baptist done? A recent Washington Post article "The Sin... Continue Reading →

Calling Church Leaders to Account

January 2015 was when everything changed for the members of Lutheran Church-Canada. People that had entrusted the church with their life savings, building funds, personal savings, retirement savings, and their sacred trust found out that a so-called "perfect storm" made it impossible for ABC District to honor the mounting withdrawal requests for their CEF and... Continue Reading →

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