Monthly Archives: October 2014

Called To Participate, But Not At The Table

This entry is part 6 of 38 in the series Trinity Western University.

A strange thing has occurred in the case of Trinity Western University v. The Law Society of Upper Canada. On July 17, 2014, Canadian Council of Christian Charities (CCCC) received a public notice from the Law Society outlining how CCCC could participate by applying to intervene in the case. On… More

Why Discrimination Is Not Always Wrong

Discrimination is not always wrong. Rather, discrimination is like fire. In some contexts, it gives heat and sustains life. In other contexts, it kills. To say that all discrimination is wrong is a failure to appreciate the difference. Our lives are full of discriminatory acts. Perhaps the most instinctive discriminatory… More

Special Edition CCCC Bulletin for Church Boards

CCCC has produced a special edition of the CCCC Bulletin called Healthy Church Boards! Here’s an overview of what’s inside this edition: Basic Duties and Responsibilities of a Director Creating Effective Board Committees Taming Conflict at the Board Table Understanding and Reading Financial Statements The Unique Challenges of Church Boards… More

Healthy Church Boards

CCCC has produced a special edition of the CCCC Bulletin called Healthy Church Boards. This complimentary resource includes fantastic content designed specifically to strengthen boards in the local church. We are offering this as a complimentary resource that may be shared widely. Here’s an overview of what’s inside this edition:… More