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Concordia Lutheran Mission Society seeks nominations

September 30, 2015 No Comment

CLMS-logoCANADA – Concordia Lutheran Mission Society (CLMS) is currently seeking nominations to fill four vacancies on its board.

“Who do you know with a heart for missions?” the call for nominations reads. “A wonderful opportunity is available to help share the Good News around the globe by serving on the board of CLMS.”

“If you know a fellow member of Lutheran Church–Canada who has a heart for missions, CLMS encourages you to nominate them to work on the board,” the call continues. “In particular we are looking for people with social media technical and communication skills to work in areas of development and donor management. Ability to work with computer-based programs is essential.”

CLMS notes that you do not have to ask nominees for their consent, nor whether they are currently members of CLMS, before making a nomination. Nominees should be recognized as “being mission-minded and having the ability to serve.” The Nominating Committee will make contact with each nominee to determine his or her gifts and willingness to serve. CLMS also notes that it is appropriate to nominate yourself or someone who has been previously nominated.

Nominations should be sent to CLMS President Cliff Haberstock at president@concordiamissions.org or by mail to:

3827 117 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T6J 1S8

Nominations should be received by October 15, 2015. With your submission please include the nominee’s name, address, phone number, and email address (if available), along with a brief overview of why the nominee would be a strong addition to CLMS’ board.

CLMS is an Auxiliary of Lutheran Church–Canada. The organization is run completely by volunteers, and supports mission projects in Asia, Central America, Ukraine, and Canada. The nine-member Board oversees all the work of CLMS.

For more information on CLMS, visit their website at www.concordiamissions.org.

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