You’ll find the latest edition of our risk management magazine for ministries,
plus bonus articles and checklists.
Cyber threats and power surges are just two of the hidden dangers we’ve uncovered. In this issue of The Deacon’s Bench you’ll learn about these threats, and more. Plus, discover how to protect your people, outsmart cyber scammers, and defend your property against electrifying damage.
If your organization is looking to jump start a handyman ministry, rev up an existing one, or just take on a few service projects, consider these eight tips to avoid trouble.
If your ministry is involved in service projects, add a layer of protection by using this sample service project agreement.
Take steps to safeguard personal information to help deter theft, preserve privacy, and avoid lawsuits.
Make sure your cybersecurity practices are current with this sample checklist.
Ransomware attacks can lock users out of important files and demand payment to regain access. Take the following steps to reduce your vulnerability, so your ministry can operate without interruption.
Offering wireless internet access is commonplace in most ministries. Take steps to protect your network from file theft and illegal Internet usage.
Not all surge protectors are created equal. Find out what to look for to help protect your equipment from sudden power surges.
Lightening may be fascinating to watch, but one strike can start fires or destroy electronic equipment. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to protect your ministry property.
Incorrectly installed wiring is a main culprit in most electrical fires, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Consider the cost, and the hidden danger, when it comes to DIY electrical work at your ministry.
Hear from three leaders in ministry safety and security as they discuss security as a ministry, de-escalating crisis situations, and emerging threats in 2021.
Ken Sande, a leader in the Christian peacemaking field, offers some time-tested biblical principles for resolving conflicts among people at church.
Victims of domestic abuse may confide in someone other than a pastor or ministry leader. Educate your employees, volunteers, and attendees so they’ll know how to respond.
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