Auto exposure

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A “black swan” for nonprofits

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Where the rubber meets the road

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By Patrick M. Moreland Rented or borrowed vehicles, or asking someone to drive on your church’s behalf, carries hefty liabilities. If that vehicle is involved in a serious “at-fault” accident, your church will likely be named in a lawsuit, along with the vehicle’s owner and driver. Examples of hired and non-owned auto use include:  A […]

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Protecting your flock

Keep these tips and ideas in mind when selecting a safe vehicle for church use.

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Driven to distraction

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Making the case for a church social media policy that prohibits texting while driving

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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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