It can be easy for us to respond to new ministry requirements and recommendations through the lens of compliance. Is it possible, however, to take a different view? Could these initiatives be an invitation to our school communities to reflect more deeply on what it means to be learners who follow the way of Jesus?
For school board members who are not accountants or business people, it may be tempting to tune out when finance is on the agenda and just assume someone else will take responsibility for the discussion. However, managing the school’s resources is the job of the entire board, not just the treasurer.
By Dave Loewen, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ There is a declining posture of humility and an increasing posture of confidence and certainty in one’s opinion; somehow, we have lost the ability to be curious towards one another.
by Cathy Kits, SCSBC Director of Advancement ◊ Whatever vision you have for integrating your alumni into your present story, building an alumni program begins with making it a priority, and dedicating time and resources to it.