The Good Steward Newsletter
The Good Steward
The beginning of autumn can feel like a clean slate, almost like the New Year. It’s a good time to take stock of what your organization is doing and make positive changes to increase safety.
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The Church Insurance Agency Corporation
Articles in This Issue
Safe Ministries: Vulnerable Populations
Working with vulnerable populations is incredibly important work but can carry risk. Policies and protocol keep those you serve, volunteers, and employees safe.
Business Update: Reduced Named Storm Deductibles
Church Insurance leaders have determined that Named Storm Deductibles should be reduced in order to best serve their clients.
Policy Spotlight: Easy-to-Read, Simplified Forms
An update to policies, making them more user-friendly and easy to access, is coming soon.
From the Claims Desk: Back to School and Autumn Updates
Children may be directly or indirectly affected by a disaster. These tips from Episcopal Relief & Development help the adults in children’s lives communicate with them so they can heal. Get the tips.
Receiving Jesus: The Way of Love: Find Your Path
This book, released in September by Church Publishing Group, takes a look at seven practices readers can use to apply their love of God to daily life.
Green Tip: Check your batteries and light bulbs
Do a walk-through of your institution’s space, and check to make sure that batteries and light bulbs are all in working order. Replace burnt-out bulbs with energy-efficient ones, and use rechargeable batteries where possible.
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