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Your Church Needs an Insurance Committee
Your Church Needs an Insurance Committee
Sound financial decisions include regular reviews of coverage options by a team.

For most churches, the choice of insurance involves little consideration and is based almost entirely on price, or in some cases on familiarity with an insurance agent who attends the church. Churches can and should do better. The choice of insurance should be the result of an intentional and rational process, and this can be facilitated through the use of an insurance committee.

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Church Finance Today, 2015, October
Posted September 21, 2015
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