From worship services to children's programs and business meetings, a sound policy ensures legal compliance.
Learn what statements or conversations are considered “privileged.”
Know when to say "yes" to a request to view confidential information.
Nine question checklist to ensure financial and personal confidentiality.
Start with knowing your state's mandatory reporting laws.
Balancing transparency and accountability with privacy is key—but no easy task.
3 Take this key step before publicly sharing the needs of your congregation.
Churches often fail to count the hidden costs of poor salaries.
Your church must be careful with the confidential information it controls.
Youth workers have ethical and legal duties they must fulfill.
Definitions of roles, and state laws, factor heavily in this question.
Can conversations end up in court?
What all the fine print at the end of some e-mails means.
A recent Supreme Court case addresses employers' right to search electronic media.
What is our church's responsibility when presented with a restraining order?
False statements can put churches in hot water.
Can the state reveal reporting sources?
What is the difference between “privileged” communications and “confidential” communications? The concepts of privilege and
Church computers can be a great blessing. Just ask any church employee who was hired
Can pastors and board members review what people give?