NLS Executive Committee Meeting
Monday, October 19, 2020
Present: Wendy Showalter, President- Debbie Klatt, VP of Administration – Rev. Sue Beall, Spiritual Director – Jeanne Gaston, Secretary- James Ryan, Treasurer
Absent: Brian Schwarz, Executive Director – Lindsey Daugherty, VPO
Call to Order 7:05PM CT
Opening Prayer led by Sue
A motion was made by Sue to approve the September Meeting Minutes. Jim seconded and the motion passed.
Lay Rollos – The person who was going to present one of the new Rollos is ill. A decision on the new outlines and will discuss again at the Mid-Year Meeting.
New Website – We are hoping to have the new website rolled out late fall or early winter.
Job Manuals and New Goals – Still need Job Manuals from Lindsay and Tom and Rick and goals from everybody except Pastor Sue and Jeanne.
Delegate Calculation Formula Committee – Each region is represented except Seven. Everyone on the committee feels the formula needs to be changed in some way. Additional meetings will take place to discuss ideas to be presented at the 2021 Annual Gathering.
Sue – Sue is working on some of the questions for the survey for clergy.
A newsletter article was sent to Hollie this past week. New prayer partners were sent out.
Debbie –Mid-Year meeting is ready. Only four are able to tour the campus at a time. Masks will be required. After the 8:00 am tour, we will meet with the Host Committee. The campus is letting us know that we need workers comp and liability insurance to have workers work on the campus. We are in discussion on this issue for this event.
Jim – Sent out cash report prior to the meeting.
Jeanne – Meeting with Hollie sometime this week, hopefully, to discuss having a Zoom meeting for interested communications people from each secretariat.
No new business was presented.
Mid-Year Meeting – 9 am Thursday, 8 am Friday and 9 am Saturday, central time…November 5, 6, 7
Closing Prayer led by Sue
Adjourn Sue/ Debbie 7:36PM CT
Eric is our current Webmaster and works on the NLS Communications Team. Raised in Judaism, he found Christ and the New Testament at age 16 in a Southern Baptist Church. He searched many denominations for the real church, only to find the Holy Spirit is present in all of them. He's worked for One for Israel, a group of native Israeli believers who are sharing the gospel in the holy land in Hebrew and is part of the only Hebrew speaking seminary in Israel.