Risk Management for the New Church Model in a Post-Covid World

November 17, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Property and Casualty

Tags: church risk managementrisk management

Caring for the church and the Church 2020 produced many challenges for pastors and churches as we moved online or outdoors and reset our ministry expectations. Many churches went back to the basics of what it means to be the Church — with a capital “C” — finding this to be a refreshing time of […]

The Root Cause of the Great Resignation Is Not What You Think

November 17, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Human Resources

Tags: HRThe Great Resignation

Theories abound about why workers are leaving their jobs in record numbers in 2021 and thus creating what pundits are calling the Great Resignation. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs in August. These resignations continue to be higher in food service, retail, and education. One popular opinion […]

Updating Your Documents

November 8, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Property and Casualty

Tags: operational documentsPolicies and procedures

All documents should include your ministry’s beliefs and the policies and procedures you have in place according to those beliefs. Consider updating all your governing and operational documents to maintain consistency and keep your ministry protected. Governing documents defend the church’s stance backed with supporting Scripture and may include: Bylaws Statement of beliefs Purpose statement Operational […]

10 Surprising Things You Can Buy With Your Leftover FSA Money

November 3, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Custom ContentHealthcare

Tags: Flexible Savings AccountsFSA

The end of the year is drawing near which may mean you have some extra money to spend. No, you didn’t read that wrong.  Many Americans have money in their Flexible Savings Accounts (FSAs) that they need to use up before the end of the year. FSAs provide the benefit of putting pre-tax money aside […]

Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks

October 27, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Safety

Tags: Cyber SecurityPhishingVishing

What is a social engineering attack? In a social engineering attack, an attacker uses human interaction (social skills) to obtain or compromise information about an organization or its computer systems. An attacker may seem unassuming and respectable, possibly claiming to be a new employee, repair person, or researcher and even offering credentials to support that […]

The ABC’s of Medicare

October 20, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Custom ContentMedicare

Tags: MedicareRetirement

  Trying to figure out Medicare can be one of the most frustrating aspects of retirement.  Even the savviest of retirees struggle with figuring out when to enroll and which parts to enroll in – there’s Part A, Part B, Part C, Part D, Medigap plans and so on. And, what in the world is […]

5 Cybersecurity Trends in 2021

October 11, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Safety

Tags: Cyber SecurityCybercrimePhishingRansomware

An influx of new threats, technologies and business models have emerged in the cybersecurity space as the world shifted to a more remote work model in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fact that the technology landscape is constantly changing isn’t a new revelation, but it’s certainly been taken to a new level in the last year. Here, we analyze […]

Think Before You Click

October 6, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Custom ContentCyber Security

Tags: Cyber AttacksCyber CrimeCyber Security

If you are concerned about your cyber security – and you should be – it’s essential to know the biggest threats to you right now.  So, what is cyber security anyway?  And how can you protect yourself? Cyber security is the practice of defending computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious […]

Don’t be left in the cold — inspect your heating boiler

September 27, 2021
by anchoradmin
Category: Property and CasualtySafety

Tags: Preventive Maintenance

Proper maintenance of your heating boiler system is not a project that should be done — it’s a project that must be done. Over a recent two-year period, Church Mutual customers have experienced 53 fires caused by heating system failures. One of the biggest risks with boiler heating systems is that a problem will cause […]

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