Church Law & Tax's Matthew Branaugh interviews attorney and advisor-at-large Theresa Sidebotham about her firm's Telios Teaches program.
Insights on how church leaders can confront harassment and foster the type of healthy culture that honors Christ.
New research confirms it does happen in ministry and the trend isn't changing.
Use this checklist to help prepare for a sexual harassment allegation in your church.
The similarities—and distinctives—of these training laws that churches in each state should understand.
Some states now require employers to train annually on harassment, and don’t exempt churches. More states may follow suit.
Most startling is how little church-goers in Protestant faith traditions indicated leaders actively raised the topic.
Seven steps to take when an allegation arises—and when outside help may prove wisest.
A carefully crafted policy not only can provide protection for all involved, but also can serve as a deterrent.
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.
The growing numbers of allegations highlight the need for appropriate responses.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Lauren Widman Eggerth explains why clear boundaries and a no-shame reporting structure are essential.
How to respond when a youth flirts with you.
A Louisiana court issues an important decision-Steed v. St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 1999 WL 92626 (La. App. 1999)
How churches will be affected