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What you should know before recruiting a church intern

church internship

Many churches recruit interns as a way to provide ministry experience for students. Guidelines for unpaid internships have changed.

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Financing projects — borrowing vs. capital campaign

Church lending and budgeting

When your ministry is planning a project, options for financing are to borrow, have a capital campaign, or save. A mix of all three is also possible.

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5 signs you might be due for an insurance checkup

church insurance check-up

Check-ups for church insurance help to assess the church’s needs and determine if limits are accurate. This ensures lack of overpayment and full coverage

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Concerned about a cyber breach? There’s a plan for that

cyber security

Cyber exposures pose a potential threat to your church. Learn about the likelihood of a cyber breach and how to prepare and respond to any attacks.

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Managing misfortune in a ministerial fashion

church claims risk management

We previously identified that Risk Retention — as opposed to simply buying insurance — can provide a number of very substantial and significant benefits that ultimately can enhance the provision of our ministries. However, it is axiomatic that these values of Risk Retention are diminished (and potentially destroyed) if an entity does not control and mitigate its losses.

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Counting collections: 3 “good steward” reasons to automate

Collections are an important part of any church. And, as a church leader, you want to manage your inflow the best way you can.

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Risk control: a key element for successful ministry

Most recently in our series on moving “beyond insurance,” we examined Risk Retention. Now, we undertake the next step in our journey: Risk Control.

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7 strategies for dealing with sex offenders at your church

If a sex offender wants to attend your church — or is already worshipping with you — how would you respond? Roll out the welcome mat? Exclude them entirely? Try to find middle ground? These are questions church leaders regularly face.

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Preventing cyberattacks

How much do you know about cybersecurity and cyberliability? Is it enough to keep your church safe from massive data or financial loss?

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Intellectual property considerations for church leaders

By David O. Middlebrook Churches are some of the most creative places on earth. Every week, church staff is called upon to create sermons, songs, Bible and Sunday school lessons, music, books and teaching materials, and all other kinds of creative works. Churches routinely use media — such as movies and audio clips — to […]

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