RESTRUCTURING CNBC NATIONAL / REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
1. CNBC National staff and Regional Associational leaders will gather together annually to coordinate, plan and resource events together. All events will be co-sponsored by the National Convention and the Regional Association. Every effort will be made to seek ways of increasing cooperation and coordination.
2. The CNBC National Convention will share it’s communication, database, email blasts and website systems with Regional Associations. The CNBC Horizon will publish regional editions to highlight regional churches and associations.
3. The CNBC National Convention and each Regional Association will adopt a unified branding in order to more effectively communicate the increased cooperation and coordination between National and Regional entities. “CNBC” will be used as the functional branding for both National and Regional expressions of our network of churches (example: CNBC Atlantic, CNBC Quebec, CNBC Ontario, CNBC Manitoba, CNBC Saskatchewan, etc.)
4. The National Convention and each Regional Association will adopt a unified giving system that combines both National and Associational giving. This unified giving system will be called “The Cooperative Program” and will be collected by the National Convention. An agreed upon percentage will be sent back to the Association. The promotion and costs for the collection of the Cooperative Program will be incurred by the National Convention.
5. The National Convention will partner with the Regional Association to enlist and deploy church strengthening field staff for existing churches in each Regional Association. This position will be called “Regional Ministry Leader”. The costs for this additional field staff will be shared by both National and Regional entities. The selection, appointment and evaluation of the Regional Ministry Leader will be shared by both National and Regional entities.
6. The National Convention and each Regional Association will negotiate a covenant that is acceptable to both entities that outlines this new structure and clarifies these new agreements.