Floods, Fires, and More:

The Best Ways to Navigate the Worst-Case Scenario

If a fire swept through your ministry’s buildings or flood waters swamped your community, would your ministry be ready to respond? Taking a proactive approach by preparing for worst-case scenarios is essential to your ministry’s safety and continuity. This FREE presentation includes ways to protect your ministry’s people and property against disasters—and how to resume normal activities as soon as possible.

Original Broadcast Date: Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Approximate Run Time: 60 minutes

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What will you learn?

  • How to identify the threats and hazards that apply to your ministry.
  • How to create a ministry disaster plan—or improve an existing plan.
  • How to protect your ministry’s people and property if a disaster occurs.
  • Ways to help speed the recovery process following a disaster.

About the presenters:

Bob JohnsonBob Johnson has served as the director of safety and security for Christ’s Church of the Valley in Peoria, Arizona, since 2005. He served on the Phoenix Police Department for 23 years and the Arizona Army National Guard for 20 years. Today, in addition to his duties at Christ’s Church of the Valley, Johnson actively assists other ministries in starting safety and security teams. He also conducts ministry security seminars across the country.

Kent NighswanderKent Nighswander is manager of technology support at Brotherhood Mutual. He oversees the company's technology setup, support, and training. Nighswander has a bachelor’s degree in information technology from Ball State University and also serves at his church in youth ministry and as a volunteer IT administrator.

Josh LedermanJosh Lederman is a corporate attorney at Brotherhood Mutual. He focuses on policy forms drafting as well as handling LegalAssistance questions that come in from ministries. Lederman is a graduate of Oak Brook College of Law..

 

The information provided in this webinar is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area.