Restructuring: It All Makes Sense Now

In the course of my life I've learned that if you have a question and are willing to wait long enough, the answers generally present themselves in time. One such question I had was why Synod and the Districts were treating restructuring as an immediate urgency. Why was Synod's and Districts' first response "restructuring" after... Continue Reading →

Lehmann On Bugbee’s Performance

One of the advantages of becoming old and full of days is that the accolades of man don't matter any more and you can speak your mind with impunity. And when as past-president of LCC you're asked to speak at a convention chaired by your replacement whose performance is just begging for public comment....let's just... Continue Reading →

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