A bisexual Muslim, who swore allegiance to ISIS, walked into an Orlando gay club that he frequented and indiscriminately shot and killed 49 people, injuring 53 others. It was a heinous crime, the like of which we’ve never seen before in North America. How then, based on this shooting, does… More
What strikes me as a message for the church today is that the ancient church was able to preach the truth without compromise and yet win the favour of the people by how they lived. If we could but do the same today! More
Why employee onboarding is so important CCCC has recently gone through a season of hiring new team members, which has got me thinking a lot about the employee onboarding experience. Transitioning to new employment can be an exciting, if not a bit of a nerve wracking time for employees. And while all of… More
As a charity law partner with Miller Thomson LLP in Toronto, Robert Hayhoe advises and represents charities and not-for- profit organizations on a national and international basis. International structuring for social impact is a topic that Robert frequently addresses. In this guest post, Robert answers six of the most commonly asked questions about… More
It is the responsibility of the religious community, and especially its leaders, to speak out against the misuse of their religion and condemn unlawful acts committed in its name.
As a Christian leader I want to state very clearly three declarations about the Christian faith as it relates to violence and coercion. More
Rather than cast aspersions upon religion, as CBC reporter Neil MacDonald has done, in the wake of the Orlando tragedy perhaps a more profitable approach is to consider how we might be able to get along on the same real estate while maintaining our deeply held convictions on how we… More
I detected a general theme in the respective Court of Appeal arguments of the Law Societies in British Columbia and Ontario over the last two weeks. “We are the experts. We know what we are doing. Now give us deference. Our decisions against accrediting Trinity Western University’s School of Law… More