christian leadership institute (CLI) is now officially registered as a church.
The state of California is the latest state to officially recognize the group.
In addition to the official listing on the California Department of Religious Institutions website, the group is also listed as a non-profit 501(c)(3) non-governmental organization (NGO).
The group has since been registered as such in New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Connecticut, Maryland, Michigan, and Florida.
The organization has been recognized by the United Methodist Church (UMC), the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), and the United Presbyterian Church (UPCC).
The CLI is also recognized by various religious denominations and organizations, including the United Church of Christ, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the Presbyterian Church in the United States (PCUSA), and other Christian and non-Christian organizations.
While the organization is a non commercial organization, the CLI has been collecting donations since 2014.
The donation drive started with $15,000 raised in the first six months of the year.
The group’s website now lists its annual budget at $200,000, with an estimated $30,000 to $50,000 of that coming from individual donors.CLI has an office in Los Angeles, California.
The organization was founded by Christie Turlington, a woman who also founded the Christian Marriage Counseling and Agatha Christie’s Christian Leadership Institute.
Turlington also founded Christian Counseling International (CCI) and other counseling groups.
She currently serves as president of the CLIC.
Turlanders father, Paul Turlington Sr., served as the founder and CEO of the UMC, as well as its director of ministries, in the late 1990s.
Turlands father died in 2017.
Christie Turlands husband, Christian Leadership, Inc., is the only other member of the organization who is married.
The other members are also married.
Turlington’s father, who is a retired Air Force pilot, was also the chairman of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACCC).ACCC, or the Association of Certified Counselors, is an association of Christian counselors.
It’s also known for providing training and certification in marriage counseling.
The AACA, which is based in Los Angelenos, has been involved in marriage-related issues for more than 50 years.
The CLI began with Turlington’s desire to help couples make peace with their faith, and eventually became focused on promoting their religious principles in their marriage counseling efforts.
Turles husband, Paul, was married to a Lutheran priest, but Turlington said that his wife is not a believer in the church.
He said that the family’s decision to form the CLIA began when Turlington was a teen and married a young Christian woman.
“The couple decided to make this change for themselves and their family,” Turlington told the New York Times in 2016.
“The couple wanted to give back to their faith and they were very open and accepting of others who were different.”
Turlington has also said that he feels his wife’s faith has “helped shape her view of the world and how she sees her marriage and family.”
Christie is the second member of her family to be married into the CLIU.
In 2014, Turlington married Christian Leadership’s CEO, Christie T. Turlander.
In 2015, Tursels father, the late Paul Turlander, also married a Lutheran minister.