A Crisis Created by Failed Leadership in the LCC

By Dennis Kendel Board Chair, Faith Lutheran Church Saskatoon Our church, the LCC, is in the midst of a crisis. This is not a crisis thrust upon us by sinister external forces - this is a crisis of our own leadership’s making. If our leadership can come to humbly accept this fact, we will have taken... Continue Reading →

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Lessons LCC Members Should Learn From ASC’s Notice of Hearing

by Dennis Kendel - Board Chair, Faith Lutheran Church Saskatoon Context As individuals we have opportunities to continue learning throughout our time on this earth. Some learning occurs through structured educational programs that confer upon us some credential or certificate. Other learning occurs through life experiences. Learning through life experiences is often described as “the school... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Day: Wade Mullen On Abusive Organizations

This tweet is for anyone that's tried to hold an errant organization to account. https://twitter.com/wad3mullen/status/970856276568825856 The reason this tactic works is because people are nice folks that want to work things out and inquiries of "can we discuss this?"  are usually met with "Of course! What's on your mind?" Ideally after a discussion of reasonable... Continue Reading →

Change the LCC ABC District 2018 Convention Theme to “It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.”

As the various districts plan for what is probably their last convention, I saw that the ABC District had picked a rather...unusual theme for their 2018 convention: ​ "Called to Proclaim His Righteousness... ​To a People Not Yet Born"   Psalm 22:31   Dictionary.com defines righteousness as: noun 1. the quality or state of being righteous. 2. righteous conduct. 3. the quality or state of being just or rightful: They came to realize the righteousness of her position on the matter. it then defines righteous as: adjective... Continue Reading →

CEF: Another Shoe Drops

There's a phrase about "Waiting for the shoe to drop". This expression comes from the experiences of residents of apartment buildings in various large cities where the bedrooms were in a vertical stack one on top of the other. When someone dropped their shoe on the floor, that created an expectation that there was another... Continue Reading →

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