Rev. John Pellowe has served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities since 2003. CCCC provides support services and education to more than 3,300 member registered charities.
John is ordained by the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and has earned four degrees. He has a BBA and MBA from Wilfred Laurier University, an MDiv from Tyndale Seminary, and a DMin from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has studied governance for nonprofits at both Harvard Business School and the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Business.
John’s publications include: The Church at Work: A manual for excellent church-agency relations, Serving as a Board Member, Stewardship Handbook for Christian Ministries Volume 1, and The Board’s Most Important Relationship.
John also writes a blog, Christian Leadership Reflections, focused on strategic, organizational, and team leadership in Christian ministries, the personal life of a Christian leader, and leadership’s spiritual aspects.