A 10-question checklist to determine steps to take.
Remind donors of special higher contribution deduction limits before they expire on February 18.
An intentional process ensures ministry continues for the congregation and the community.
Experts offer tips on how your church can prepare now to better serve your community after disaster strikes.
Here’s what you can do to keep vulnerable people in your care from being taken advantage of.
Five questions every church needs to ask when preparing for emergencies.
A breakdown of the options churches now have access to for disaster protection and relief.
The former head of the agency on churches’ important role in disaster response.
What the Good Samaritan parable can teach us abut helping after hurricanes.
How your church can minimize the risk of damage to property when a hurricane is heading your way.
Guidance for ministries in the wake of a devastating natural disaster.
Five steps for building and preparing a disaster ministry team.
Resources to engage your church in responding to the refugee crisis.
Understanding and preventing burnout equips us to serve well.
For churches in areas where wildfires are a constant concern, essential preparedness activities can reduce the chaos that comes with a natural disaster.
Guidelines for ensuring your ministry is a blessing, not a burden, to those hurting.
The vital steps churches can take in creating the best ministry for the worst times.
Guidelines for when safety and prudence trump the church’s schedule.
Jamie Aten, disaster readiness expert and founder of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute, gives guidance for churches that want to help in the wake of natural calamities.
Understanding the types of disasters that can impact your church.