Expiration Dates: What Do They Really Mean? Planning Ahead Expiration Dates: What Do They Really Mean? You’re in the middle of making a meal for a church potluck and notice your shredded cheese is a couple days past its prime based on the bag’s printed expiration date. Should you use it anyway? Toss it in the trash?

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GuideOne Helps Habitat for Humanity In the Community GuideOne Helps Habitat for Humanity It was an extremely hot summer day in the middle of July. The weatherman noted heat indexes of over 100 degrees and encouraged everyone to refrain from outdoor activities at all costs. This, however, did not stop the courageous efforts of... Read More
Revisiting Your Child Safety Plan Being There Revisiting Your Child Safety Plan It’s that time of year again; back to school. This means that after-school clubs, fall sports practices, Sunday school and religious education classes are back in swing. While children are stocking up on new school supplies, it is... Read More
Kitchen Sanitation Checklist Planning Ahead Kitchen Sanitation Checklist Whether you’re preparing potluck dinners, lunch for the daycare or a meal for a charitable fundraiser, chances are you’ll find yourself in your church or organization’s kitchen at some point. How clean is the workspace you’re washing,... Read More
Top 5 Risks Faced by Nonprofits Being There Top 5 Risks Faced by Nonprofits Helping those in need, bettering the community and leaving a legacy are just a few of the rewards associated with successfully operating a nonprofit organization. These types of organizations are formed to provide programs and services to... Read More
Q&A With Eric Spacek: Pokémon Go and Your Church Being There Q&A With Eric Spacek: Pokémon Go and Your Church Our original post about Pokémon Go has garnered a lot of feedback and commentary. The original question was: Read More
How to Prevent a Cyber Attack Being There How to Prevent a Cyber Attack Less than one month before Christmas of 2013, many people’s worst nightmares came true. Target, one of the most popular department stores and a very busy place during the holiday season, had a huge data breach that affected roughly 70... Read More
Energy-Saving Ideas for Churches and Nonprofits Shared Values Energy-Saving Ideas for Churches and Nonprofits If your church or nonprofit is looking to cut operating costs, look no further than your monthly utility bill. When energy use isn't managed, it can be a sneaky and surprising expense. The average building wastes one-third of the energy it... Read More