The Boy Scouts’ bankruptcy offers many insights and lessons for leaders in the area of church insurance coverage.
Behind the Boy Scouts' bankruptcy are victim-plaintiffs whose enormous pain, suffering, and loss hold valuable warnings for church leaders.
And how you can make sure your church isn't one of the statistics.
Learn how to help keep kids safe, the right way to respond to allegations of abuse, and legal requirements related to reporting and screening.
Insights on how church leaders can confront harassment and foster the type of healthy culture that honors Christ.
12 question checklist to assess the safeguards you have in place.
12 question checklist to help you identify gaps in your screening process.
How churches can help prevent child abuse in the context of a small-group gathering.
Most startling is how little church-goers in Protestant faith traditions indicated leaders actively raised the topic.
Churches need to develop solid boundaries and a good reporting structure.
Resolution calls pastors and church leaders to adhere to high ethical standards and establish practices to prevent misconduct and address accusations appropriately.
How this 14-step plan can help protect the most vulnerable.
Four strategies for responding to abuse victims and survivors.
Webinar Recording: Create a plan for your church to help prevent child abuse and sexual harassment.
What to consider as you create plans and policies.
How to make the most of surveillance technology.
Prevention, right coverage are critical to protecting churches.
What 2016 statistics about violent incidents at churches reveals about the issue of domestic violence in communities.
An attorney’s advice for organizations on preventing and responding to child sexual abuse.
Far too many churches are legally vulnerable.