Shepherd’s Village Ministries Ltd update Jan 19, 2019

One of the speculative real estate ventures ABC CEF engaged in was "Shepherd's Village Ministries" (SVM) (1) which, according to the KPMG Report: SVM's primary purpose was to build housing accommodations for mature adults, senior citizens, or the elderly. SVM built a seniors independent living facility in Valleyview, AB with that objective and the concept... Continue Reading →

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CEF/DIL: ASC Application Hearing Update

Counsel for the prosecution and the defense have made their case. As I expected, counsel for the defense want to delay the proceedings until the representative action has concluded, or have the proceedings sealed so they cannot be used against them when the representative action commences. Considering that the AB real-estate market is somewhere between... Continue Reading →

Wade Mullen Quote of the Day – Dec 20, 2018

Or, should I say "tweets of the day"? Good stuff. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866218572251136 https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866219465576452 https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866220493238273 ...which is why I use a pseudonym - you can't privately oppress what you cannot find. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/1075866221885698050 ...and if I ever find myself in a meeting to "discuss" purported "issues of concern" I'm recording it in the off-chance it turns out to... Continue Reading →

Is LCC an Antinomian Synod?

If there's one thing that's puzzled me the most about the CEF disaster, it's Synod's reaction to it. Why is this problem being so studiously ignored? Why is confession and absolution being prescribed as the universal answer while the house-cleaning LCC so desperately needs has completely failed to materialize? Recently I came across an article... Continue Reading →

ASC Hearing Update: Dec 8, 2018

Remember that Dec 18, 2018 ASC hearing? It's been moved. A closed hearing management session was held on Dec 7, 2018 with the result that the application hearing was extended to two days and the Dec 18 hearing being rescheduled to Jan 7-8, 2019.

Nonprofits In Denial

Excerpted from an article on Philanthropy.com: Nonprofits, like other organizations, often follow a commonly held view about the best way to handle an attack: If you ignore it, the public will forget and move on. The media thrive on controversy, so don’t discuss it and don’t highlight it in any way and journalists will move... Continue Reading →

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