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Listen for five phrases that signal danger ahead After a major storm subsides, watch out for a flood of crooked contractors and public adjusters offering to help your ministry recover. You could feel the cost from theft or shoddy repairs for years. READ MORE >>

  CLH Insurance President, Chuck Hembree breaks down what is included and what should be considered when building a church insurance policy.  Welcome to our wheelhouse. Below is a transcript of the episode, lightly modified for your reading pleasure. * * * READ MORE >>

Tailgating can often be one of the best parts of any sports or event experience, but like most things that are fun, risks of damages, injuries and the resulting liabilities are lurking right around the corner. READ MORE >>

Fall Festivals and Trunk-or-Treating are popular activities hosted by many churches and while these events are sure to draw a good crowd and a good time, there will also be exposure to accidents or injuries. READ MORE >>

Plan ahead as cool air and warm hearts gather together   Planning is one of the most important elements of hosting a festival. The fun part is coming up with the games, music, and cookie walk. Just be sure you don’t forget to also plan for safety. READ MORE >>

Our friends at Safeco recently released this infographic to help clients understand water loss avoidance and mitigation and we wanted to share the information with our friends of the blog.  According to Safeco, "water damage is the second most frequently filed loss experienced by homeowners and renters each year". READ MORE >>

Fundraising is a necessary part of every non-profit organization and a proven method for raising said funds is through a 5K, fun run, or any other type of run/walk event.  Planning for an event like this doesn’t have to be a daunting task and, compared to other fundraisers, may offer fewer hurdles to jump over. READ MORE >>

Service Animals: Help Your Ministry Respond Appropriately A policy can provide guidance when someone wants to bring a service animal to church More and more people with disabilities are making their way to church on Sunday with the help of a service animal. READ MORE >>

  The Scenario Many churches open their doors to the community for things other than religious services.  Often times, those requesting use of the church’s space do so for recreational activities, meetings, wedding receptions, and so on. READ MORE >>

  Tornadoes: Be Prepared In Every Season When tornado sirens wail, a good response plan can help keep your people safe. Lifesaving actions start with recognizing severe weather conditions, developing a plan for your ministry’s employees and visitors, and being ready to act when a storm hits. READ MORE >>

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