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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CEF/DIL and the ASC: Save the Date

When the whole CEF / DIL fiasco became public back in Jan 2015, it was only a matter of time before the various government regulators weighed in on the matter. The first to publicly show their hand was the ASC - they investigated, documented what they found, determined their case, published their list of allegations,... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL: ASC Hearing Date Set

LCC's ABC District and various people involved in the CEF/DIL debacle will be required to explain themselves to the government this coming May 2019 - nearly 9 months from today. I haven't seen an official announcement from the ASC yet so it looks like CTV had someone keeping a close eye on developments. CTV's article... 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 →

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