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The Fall season is a popular time to host various outdoor events, such as a fall festival. These activities may be focused on ministering to children or reaching out to the local community. With many organizations beginning another service and education year in the fall, festivals are a great way to bring members together and celebrate. While these highly popular and well-attended events are great fun for members, families and the community, there are many risks associated with hosting such an occasion.  To help with these concerns, we're sharing Guidelines for a Safe Fall Festival and a Safe Playground....

From June through November, the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coastal regions are highly susceptible to hurricanes, tropical cyclones or severe tropical storms. These natural disasters can cause significant damage to areas along the coast and those several hundred miles inland. Stemming from hurricanes, other disasters, such as tornadoes, floods, landslides or mudslides, can cause additional damage. While all of the destruction caused from these storms cannot be prevented,  you can be better prepared with the following safety advisory for hurricane season....

Seldom has a week gone by without a church, nonprofit or school making national news because of the sexual misconduct of one of their employees or volunteers.  People who wish to do harm to our children are constantly seeking places and opportunities to do so.  Unfortunately, one of the paths-of-least-resistance for predators is in the Church. While most other child and youth-serving organizations realize not only the threat but the potential liability, unfortunately many of our churches still lag far behind when it comes to protecting the children and youth as well as the ministry of the church.  We would like to offer the following for protecting the children, protecting the church and guidance for leaders....

It’s almost Vacation Bible School season.  Many churches cancelled their VBS last summer due to COVID19.  Should your church decide to host VBS this summer, here are 5  Must-haves for a safe VBS program.  We've asked the experts what safety essentials you need to have in place so you can focus on fun and fellowship....

Due to COVID-19, many churches utilize virtual options for their worship services, and continue to postpone activities leaving many buildings being unoccupied for long periods of time. This presents a greater risk for property-related incidents, including theft, vandalism, water damage and fire, including arson.  We've listed steps you can take to safeguard your church....

Threats to churches are increasing.  Many Christian leaders are now considering using a church safety team to help keep their church safe.  It’s important to put church safety and security at the forefront and make sure that we are making our houses of worship safe for all.   More than 1,500 deadly force incidents have taken place at houses of worship across the US since 1999 and the time of this writing. Nearly 800 people died during these incidents with many others wounded.  Christian leaders can and should take steps to safeguard their flock. ...

The Fall season is a popular time to host various outdoor events, such as a fall festival. These activities may be focused on ministering to children or reaching out to the local community. With many organizations beginning another service and education year in the fall, festivals are a great way to bring members together and celebrate. While these highly popular and well-attended events are great fun for members, families and the community, there are many risks associated with hosting such an occasion.   We've created a list of Safety Tips for Fall Festival Time....

From June through November, the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coastal regions are highly susceptible to hurricanes, tropical cyclones or severe tropical storms. These natural disasters can cause significant damage to areas along the coast and those several hundred miles inland. Stemming from hurricanes, other disasters, such as tornadoes, floods, landslides or mudslides, can cause additional damage. While all of the destruction caused from these storms cannot be prevented, taking steps to prepare for hurricane season can lessen the physical and emotional damage to you, your family and your home. There are actually ways on how you could be prepared before the hurricane comes.  Although you may not live near a coastal area, you could experience devastating effects of a hurricane, such as torrential rains, wind and hail damage, even tornadoes.  Consider some of the tips below in order not to face a storm unprepared:...