Archive for September, 2020

Key Risk Areas Churches Face

September 26, 2020

Good risk management starts with asking tough questions about your ministry’s practices and operations. Here are nine areas to consider when developing a risk management plan for your church:  Accident Prevention: Are your sidewalks well lighted, dry, and covered with non-slip material? Are walkways and doors kept free of obstructions? Are parking lots safe? Is playground […]

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Why Read Your Insurance Policy?

September 18, 2020

We know that reading an insurance policy can be tough. The insurance industry is working hard to make auto, home and business insurance policies easier to read. Most insurance policies are 40 to 60 pages, with lots of legal terms that are hard for even attorneys to understand. But the fact remains, it is very […]

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First Aid: Be Ready to Respond

September 17, 2020

Whether it’s in the middle of Sunday morning service or during a basketball game in the gym, knowing how to deal with minor medical injuries and illnesses can make a big difference. Is your church ready to respond? Basic Skills Whenever possible, it is a good idea to have someone on premises who is a […]

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Surviving a Violent Attack at Church

September 9, 2020

Seconds after Terry Ratzmann walked into the Living Church of God service March 12, 2005, he fired 22 bullets at the people gathered there. When the handgun fell silent a minute later, eight people were dead, including Ratzmann, a regular churchgoer known for sharing homegrown vegetables with his neighbors. No one who knew Ratzmann, 44, […]

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