November 23, 2020
Preparing for this Christmas season may require additional creativity, due to the uncertainty of what COVID-19 may bring in our local community. Staffing will be a key issue whether you’re ministry is planning in-person, online or a hybrid approach to services and activities.
This article from the Brotherhood Mutual Safety Library reminds ministries to continue measures you’ve already put into place for your staff and visitors such as social distancing, wearing cloth masks, sanitation, and hygiene. It also covers preparing for staffing shortages due to illness, family travel, and quarantining.
Our ministry insurance specialists are here to answer any questions you may have in regard to your ministry’s insurance coverage or risk management needs. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Let's take a stroll down memory lane to 1938 when General Electric made a groundbreaking move by introducing fluorescent tubes to the world. Even though the technology had been brewing since the late 1880s, it took time and the genius of several inventors to make it shine as a practical product.
We are living in a day and age of tremendous uncertainty. Like Joseph in Egypt, the physical world is incredibly unpredictable.
In the ever-changing realm of finances, the past few years have brought forth a whirlwind of alterations. Looking ahead, the next five years promise their fair share of surprises and uncertainties.
In the dynamic landscape of today's world, managing the HR needs of any ministry can be a complex and ever-changing endeavor. Whether you're dealing with sensitive situations that demand careful handling to avoid legal entanglements or aiming to proactively establish risk management strategies, the journey can be demanding.
As we gear up for the upcoming school season, it's a fantastic opportunity to take a closer look at the coverage we offer to our beloved students and dedicated volunteers.
Are you tired of constantly hearing about rising expenses? It seems like every time I turn around, whether it's at the grocery store, the gas station, or even dealing with insurance, I'm faced with the reality of higher costs.
Let's face it, the world is constantly changing, and it's fascinating to witness the rapid evolution happening around us. Some futurists even predict that in the next two decades, the rate of change could be four times what it is today, and an astounding 16 times in 40 years.