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7 Reasons Why Using a Church Insurance Company Matters

Church insurance coverage can help protect your congregation and staff from financial losses after a disaster, but if you are not careful in your selection process, it may leave your ministry underinsured. In this blog post, we will discuss seven reasons why using a church insurance company matters - so that you can make the best choice possible!
5 Common Church Insurance Claims

5 Common Church Insurance Claims & How to Avoid Them

Church insurance is an essential part of protecting any church ministry. Let's face it; churches are not immune to natural disasters and human-made accidents. The risk of something happening may be low, but the cost could be high. We will review the top 5 church insurance claims, how you can protect your organization from each, and what to do if your church is faced with one of these claims.
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4 Ways an Emergency Fund Can Boost Financial Strength

As community, church, and nonprofit leaders double down to accelerate their impact now more than ever, many continue to battle with financial instability amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are proven ways to gain stability, even during uncertain times.
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Church Insurance 101: What You Need to Know

The first step to protecting your church is understanding the different types of insurance that are available. In this post, I'll cover what you need to know about commercial property insurance, liability insurance, workers compensation, and commercial auto. Choosing the right insurance company is important.
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What is a Loss Control Inspection?

We’re talking about loss control inspections, what to expect and how to prepare. Also known as a risk control inspection, this is an in-depth survey of your facility and risk management activities, conducted by your insurance company. Most importantly, this is a valuable service for you because it helps identify different risk control and safety hazards.
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