Social Media Policy Must-Haves Part 2: Drafting Your Policy Planning Ahead Social Media Policy Must-Haves Part 2: Drafting Your Policy

The first step in developing a social media policy is to map out your strategy for usage, content and access. That information will make it easier to create a formal policy. When drafting your social media policy, make sure it’s clearly... Read More

Social Media Policy Must-Haves Part I: Brainstorming Planning Ahead Social Media Policy Must-Haves Part I: Brainstorming Social media is a powerful marketing tool. With a social media presence, you can engage stakeholders, connect with your community, gain a broader audience, draw attention to your mission, promote events and programs, and fundraise.

The... Read More

What the Church Daycare Playground Case Means to You Shared Values What the Church Daycare Playground Case Means to You On June 26, 2017, the United States Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of a Missouri church daycare center in their dispute with the state over the availability of state grant funds to replace the surfacing of their playground. While the... Read More
Beat the Heat at Your Summer Events Planning Ahead Beat the Heat at Your Summer Events As summer sets in, outdoor activities and events become a natural part of your organization’s programming. Although summer may be the best time of the year, it can also be the most dangerous. According to the Environmental Protection... Read More
Lightning Safety Essentials Being There Lightning Safety Essentials Baseball, barbecues, beaches and ice cream dripping down your cone – these are the things we like to think about in the summer. This week, the National Lightning Safety Council is making sure that’s all you have to think about with their... Read More
You Ask, We Answer: Protecting Your Church from Financial Fraud Shared Values You Ask, We Answer: Protecting Your Church from Financial Fraud Churches are funded primarily by the charitable contributions of members and other donors, but what happens when funds are stolen or embezzled? Does your church have a financial safeguard plan in place? Keeping tabs on your ministry’s... Read More
Gearing Up for Summer Youth Activities Planning Ahead Gearing Up for Summer Youth Activities

As the school year comes to a close, summer activities are ramping up. If your organization is planning events for the youth in your community – Vacation Bible School, camps, daycare and family activities – there are many safety... Read More

Steps to Take After a Storm Being There Steps to Take After a Storm So far in 2017, there have been 10,709 reports of severe weather across the country. This includes 928 tornadoes, 3,471 reports of hail and 6,310 reports of strong winds. Of these reports, the state of Texas alone had 1,180 reports of... Read More