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Is it necessary to repeat background checks every three years if you're in the same church doing the same work?
Our church has been dealing with a husband for more than a year who has repeatedly violated his domestic-violence probation and been arrested.
If You Are an Abused Male or Know One, Would You Be Interested in Reading the the Healing Journeys of Four Male Survivors?
The men I'm a part of in an abuse support group are writing brief entries of their stories, and we believe it offers an alternative to the traditional 12 Step program. We're not convinced such programs are adequately meeting the needs of male survivors.
We are looking for assistance with creating a policy for dealing with disruptions in our church services. Any ideas?
Our church is looking at its child protection policies and are at the point where we could likely do all of our training in house. How do we know our training will be sufficient for insurance companies?
Is there a 'safe church' policy whereby email addresses submitted to the church for church business are used just for this purpose?
Does your church have a system or policy in place for children's programs that begin mid-service? How do you handle this situation?