Help us plan a CCBF trip
Pick the location. We handle the rest
The Canadian Christian Business Federation (CCBF) was formed almost 35 years ago. Some of our members have suggested that we throw a CCBF-appropriate party. That implies a destination, a leadership development element, and fellowship We're looking at the fall of 2019 or early 2020, depending on the location.
There are probably three different kinds of options: A trip to Israel, a mission trip, or a cruise. And since CCBF has a strong focus on leadership development, this wouldn't be any old tourist jaunt. We would add a leadership development component to it, led by a team of Christian leadership facilitators. They would tie the day's experience into a leadership/spiritual exercise, accompanied by appropriate worship. But we'd have fun too.
A trip to Israel is always a profound experience, walking where Jesus walked and experiencing the incredible geography of the country.
A cruise -- whether its the Caribbean, down the Rhine, Alaska or elsewhere -- will also have a strong 'touristy' element.
We do have time to plan this event properly so we crave your input.
Please help us shape it by filling in THIS SURVEY.
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The CCBF has just signed an agreement with ParknFly so that all CCBF members will receive a special corporate rate whenever they use the service at airports in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouver.
ParknFly says the system should be in place by the end of July. The special corporate rate code will be sent to all paid-up CCBF members ... one more 'benefit of membership'.
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MONTHLY MEETING SCHEDULE
(Listed alphabetically by city)
ABBOTSFORD, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast, 7 a.m., Ricky’s, Best Western Regency Inn, 32080 Marshall Road at Clearbrook, Abbotsford; Richard Beaulieu, facilitator.
BEAMSVILLE, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., Conversations Café and Bistro, 4995 King St. at Ontario, Beamsville; Paul Hilsden, facilitator.
BRANTFORD, Wednesday, July 18 – Breakfast 7 a.m., Sherwood Restaurant, Colborne Street E., Brantford; Keith Knight, facilitator.
BURLINGTON, Wednesday, July 4 – Breakfast 7 a.m., Skyway Diner, 645 Plains Road East, Burlington; Keith Knight, facilitator.
CALEDONIA, SUMMER BREAK -- Breakfast 7 a.m., The Tartan Diner, 127 Argyle St. S., Caledonia; Keith Knight, facilitator.
CALGARY SOUTH, Friday, July 20 – Breakfast 7 a.m., Phil’s Restaurant, 907 Glenmore Trail SW (at Elbow Drive), Calgary; Mike Watson, facilitator.
CAMBRIDGE, Tuesday, July 31 – Breakfast 7 a.m., Country Girl Restaurant, 561 Hespeler Road, Cambridge; Keith Knight, facilitator.
CLARINGTON, Wednesday, July 18 – Breakfast 7 a.m., Bowmanville Restaurant, Bowmanville; Ian Williams, facilitator.
COBOURG, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 8 a.m., Buttermilk Café, 44 King Street, Cobourg; Joe Peristy, facilitator.
EDMONTON AM, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., Humpty’s Restaurant, 4503 Gateway Blvd (off Whitemud); Vic Smith, facilitator.
FORT ERIE, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., Tammy’s Breck-N-Ridge, 2551 Garrison Road, Fort Erie; Nile Jenkins, facilitator.
FREDERICTON, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast, 7 a.m., Keller Williams Capital Realty, 90 Woodside Lane, Fredericton; Cathy Calhoun and Wendell Betts, facilitators.
GUELPH, Tuesday, July 17 – Breakfast 7:30 a.m. Symposium Cafe, Stone Road West, Guelph; Keith Knight, facilitator.
HAMILTON, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., Cora’s, 1400 Upper James, Hamilton; Keith Knight, facilitator.
KAWARTHA LAKES, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast, 7 a.m., Durham Cafe, 102 William Street South, Lindsay; Len Kamerman, facilitator.
KITCHENER, Thursday, July 19 – Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Country Boy Restaurant, Manitou at Courtland, Kitchener; Keith Knight, facilitator.
LANGLEY, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., Ricky’s Restaurant, Ramada Inn, Hwy 10 and 192 St., Langley; Andrea Soberg, Rhonda Davison, facilitators.
LONDON BREAKFAST, Wednesday, July 25 – 7:30 a.m., Youth For Christ cafe, 254 Adelaide St. S., London; Dan Renzella, facilitator.
LONDON LUNCH, SUMMER BREAK – Lunch 12 noon, Angel’s Restaurant, 100 Belmont Drive, London; Ken DeVries, facilitator.
NORTH YORK (PEOPLES CHURCH), SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., The Peoples Church, 374 Sheppard Ave. E., Toronto; Nestor Abdon, facilitator.
OAKVILLE, SUMMER BREAK 7:30 a.m., Mo’s Family Restaurant, 467 Speers, Oakville; Keith Knight, facilitator.
OTTAWA, SUMMER BREAK – Summer Hayes Restaurant, 1971 Base Line Road at Woodroffe, Nepean; Tim Visser, facilitator.
SASKATOON, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Grainfields Family Restaurant, 810 Circle Drive, Saskatoon; Brian Lise, facilitator.
ST. CATHARINES, Wednesday, July 11 – Breakfast 7:15 a.m., Perkins Restaurant, Lake Street at QEW, St. Catharines; Paul Hilsden, facilitator.
SMITHVILLE, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., Meester Insurance boardroom, 246 St. Catharines St., Smithville; Paul Hilsden, facilitator.
SUMMERSIDE, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Granville Street Diner, 454 Granville Street, Summerside; Allan Ramjattan, facilitator.
VANCOUVER, SUMMER BREAK – Breakfast 7 a.m., Bon’s Off Broadway Restaurant, 2451 Nanaimo Street (just off Broadway); Amie Peacock, facilitator.
WATERLOO, Friday, July 6 – Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Stone Crock Restaurant, 1396 King St. N., St. Jacob’s; Keith Knight, facilitator.
WINDSOR, SKIP JULY – Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., Walker Grill, 1275 Walker Road; Stephen Terrana, facilitator.
WINNIPEG, Tuesday, July 10 -- Breakfast 7:30 a.m., Smitty’s Restaurant, 580 Pembina Highway at Grant Junction, Winnipeg; Carolyn Menaar, facilitator.
WINGHAM, SUMMER BREAK– Breakfast, 7:30 a.m., Bells Pizza and More, The Upper Room, 176 Josephine Street, Wingham; Brenda White, facilitator.