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Before a Hurricane Strikes: What You Can Do

How your church can minimize the risk of damage to property when a hurricane is heading your way.

Before a Hurricane Strikes: What You Can Do

Before a hurricane strikes, you can help prepare your church property in various ways to reduce and minimize disaster risk and damage.

The path of destruction and the fallout caused by disasters can be random. Despite planning and mitigating preparations, there may be times when no course of action could have prevented property damage. There are other cases in which churches—seemingly miraculously—go unscathed or experience just minor damage. Regardless, you should still take precautions where you can to enhance your property’s ability to weather adversity. You should prepare your church to the best of your abilities and resources, as though your church will be the one still standing after the storm. Doing so will better position your church to continue to minister to those around you once that storm passes.

Here are several strategies you can implement to help get your church ...

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  • September 8, 2017

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