Can Ministers Save on Car Insurance?

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Due to the nature of their work, ministers often fall into a category of their own in terms of professional expenses and business practices. They often live in homes funded by their congregation or parish, drive cars provided by their ministry and incur certain types of expenses that other professions would not. With such considerations, it’s important…

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What is EIFS?

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What Is EIFS and Does it Matter? If you’ve never heard of EIFS, you’re not alone. But that doesn’t mean that you – as a building owner – don’t actually deal with it and its complications on a daily basis. These complications are a common problem across the nation, causing damage to homes and buildings…

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The High Danger of Winter Water Leaks

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Even in states with warmer weather, wintertime puts everyone at risk for frozen pipes. More than just an annoyance, they’re actually a hazard and often cause major damage, in the event that frozen water pipes break and cause leaks. It’s important, then, to know how to detect a water leak. It’s also a great idea…

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What Is a Phishing Scam?

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Anyone with a phone – no matter whether it’s a cell phone or a landline – is familiar with the annoying calls that come in on a regular basis from parties claiming that they are banks, lenders and credit card companies informing you of alarming activity on your account. And according to the voice on…

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Free Wi-Fi at Church

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It doesn’t seem to matter where someone goes, the desire to have constant access to the Internet is one that never ceases. So much so that hotels, coffee shops, restaurants and even doctor’s offices provide free Wi-Fi connectivity. It stands to reason, then, that churches are increasingly reaching the decision to offer free Wi-Fi throughout…

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Field Trip Preparation Practices

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Field trips are a great tool for ministries – whether those ministries are church youth groups, nonprofit organizations or Christian school classes. Regardless of which type, they offer a unique opportunity for the youth to learn, connect with their peers and have an impact on the world around them. Before these trips can begin, however,…

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Cybersecurity 101 – Safety Tips

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With so much sensitive information stored digitally these days and such a great deal of web-based communication going on all the time, security breaches happen with an increasing frequency that’s alarming. Almost constantly, there are new tools, products, platforms and upgrades put into use that create new challenges for maintaining protective barriers against data breaches…

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Creating a Sexual Assault Investigation Checklist

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Unfortunately, sexual assault is something that happens countless times a day, sometimes in the most unexpected of environments. And while churches, non-profit organizations and Christian schools should ideally be a safe haven from the dangers of sexual assault, it does occur and therefore needs serious attention from those in authority. To be prepared in the…

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Prevent Bullying at Church Camp

Set Up Camp with Bullying Prevention Over the past few years, bullying has become more of an issue in environments where children socialize and gather, be it in person or online. Unfortunately, the severity of the problem is often underestimated until it is too late, and many tragedies have resulted from bullying. Bullying prevention is…

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