Cybercrime: not just a “big business” concern

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Cyber criminals are turning their attention to easy targets — including religious organizations.

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Perspectives on violence in the sanctuary

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Graphic images of violent situations are aired hundreds — if not thousands — of times, as major television stations repeatedly play the stories.

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Good Steward Award 2013: Safety & Security / Risk Management

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Trinity Fellowship in Amarillo, TX, has 125 volunteers in its usher/sentinel ministry that assist in services and events.

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Risk management knowledge = POWER

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In today’s busy world, many church leaders aren’t taking proactive steps to plan for a catastrophic event.

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Good Steward Awards 2013

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Good Steward Awards 2013: Technology SPECIAL NEEDS: Grace Church (Eden Prairie, MN) GIVING SOLUTIONS: Shore Fellowship (Egg Harbor Twp, NJ)   Good Steward Awards 2013: Leadership MULTI-SITE STAFF MANAGEMENT: First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach, FL) Grace Fellowship Church (Latham, NY) INNOVATIVE OUTREACH: First Mount Zion Baptist Church (Dumfries, VA) First […]

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The airborne bounce house

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Recently, a church elder recently told me a story.

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Good Steward Awards 2013: Safety & Security

RISK MANAGEMENT Trinity Fellowship (Amarillo, TX) Trinity has 125 volunteers on its usher/sentinel ministry that assist in services and events. It also has 12 armed Special Response Team members, four Emergency Response Team members, and two medics. To help prevent burnout among the usher/sentinel ministry team members, half work even months; the other half work […]

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Risk management priorities — and challenges — for church leaders (part 2)

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On July 13 in Charlotte, NC, Church Executive and Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. and its Religious Practice leader, Peter Persuitti

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Risk management priorities — and challenges — for church leaders (part 1)

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Risk management priorities — and challenges — for church leaders

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Investigating Insurance: Is Your Church Really Covered?

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Don’t just assume your current coverage is adequate; brush up on best practices from in-the-trenches church insurance experts.

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