CC’s campaign has just one month left and has been blessed so far with the generosity of many. Thank you to those who have given, prayed and written notes of encouragement to our staff. We’ve raised $18,534 toward our $25,000 goal. Amazing!
What is the difference between inclusion and belonging? What conversations do Christian schools need to have to make all children feel welcome? Earlier this year, Sara Pot started working with Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools (OACS) members as a “Communities of Belonging Liaison.” The position, an 18-month project ending in July 2018, was formed out of conversations with leadership at Christian Horizons, the Christian School Foundation, the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools and the Niagara Association for Christian Education.
“It is tough to see God’s goodness when you have not eaten in three days,” Msenwa Oliver Mweneake says, “when your parents may not be alive, your childhood village is gone and there are dead bodies all around.”
In refusing to see our true colours, we become blind to the hurt we cause others. That’s how colonialism begins.
For the past five years, a small group of CEOs in Minnesota have been retooling their company cultures toward Jesus-centric servant leadership, with significant results. An interview with Mark Deterding, author of the book Leading Jesus' Way, examines the faith-based servant leadership model these executives are using.