The inaugural meeting will take place at John’s Restaurant, London Line, Sarnia, beginning at 7 a.m. A buffet breakfast will be served, followed by a presentation on the 30-year-old organization.
Christian men and women in business – from those involved in real estate or insurance to business owners and entrepreneurs – are invited to attend the meeting.
CCBF executive director Keith Knight said the creation of the Sarnia chapter comes at the request of local members who have been longing for a place to meet monthly over breakfast.
Knight reports that membership growth across Canada has been incredible over the past two years. “We’ve responded to the need by opening up chapters across the Prairies, B.C. and Ontario. Our membership crosses denominational boundaries. we have evangelicals, Presbyterians, Anglicans, Roman Catholics, Mennonites, Reformed and Baptist members. They all have one thing in common: They want to connect their Sunday faith with their Monday work."
The monthly breakfast meetings generally last an hour and they’re a place for business leaders to talk about business issues from a biblical perspective. They deal with issues such as integrity, courage and risk-taking, team building, time management, power and influence, leadership, self-discipline, and conflict management.
The only cost is the price of the breakfast. For further information, visit ccbf.org . Those who plan to attend the Jan. 11 breakfast, should reserve their seat by sending an email to email@example.com.