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Too Close For Comfort

Many of us feel that we know our organization and the people that surround us. Whether the organization has a small, hometown atmosphere or sees hundreds come through its doors, coming to a place of comfort is easy. Finding familiar faces and confirmation by word of mouth puts us at ease regarding individuals within our

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Training Is the Key

Taking every precaution possible to ensure that children, volunteers, and the vision of your organization are protected is Protect My Ministry’s priority. It is crucial that every organization proactively orders background screenings on each and every person that may come in . However, the society in which we live today demands greater measures of safety.

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An App for Disaster

In today’s world, we are always looking for what is easiest, fastest, or most convenient. Often we learn that path of least resistance is not always the correct path. While Protect My Ministry heavily focuses on making the background screening process as simple as possible, there are obligations that the company has committed to meeting

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Child Safety Training Update

In today’s world, it is vital to your organization and the safety of the children in your care that every precaution is taken to prevent cases of abuse and neglect. Churches strive to be a place of acceptance and love and far too often that makes it easy for predators to get in and leave

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Important Updates from Protect My Ministry

Protect My Ministry is pleased to announce our newest Church Management Software partner, Fellowship One Technologies. The integration is now live and working! Through their newest API technology, any church with Fellowship One can use Ministry Mobilizer, our state of the art ordering software, to search your existing volunteer or staff database and import applicant

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The Heat Is On

The summer heat is already upon us (at least it is if you are south of the Mason-Dixon) and as we get further into the season the temperature isn’t the only thing that is going to heat up. For many church volunteers and staff the pressure of activities and church events can feel like a pressure

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The Trap of Complacency

Life has a way of surprising us in ways that can sometimes leave you scratching your head. Take the following story for example: Last week Thomas George Gordon, an 82 year old volunteer at a small Anglican Church, was arrested for stealing over $200,000 from 1998 to 2011. Gordon was arrested Thursday night and is

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Penn State Scandal

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – Edmund Burke     Penn State Scandal As I am sure you have heard by now, Penn State university has been rocked by the scandal of a former assistant coach, Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of sexually assaulting young

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Implementing Background Checks in your Church 101

I imagine the worst-case scenario for many churches would look something like this: you receive a phone call from one of the members in the congregation informing you that their child has been abused by one of the youth ministry volunteers. To make matters worse the parents are so furious they demand that the church be

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