The graphic shows how churches and mission organizations approach risk and what issues are the most important for their context.
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Theresa Sidebotham, Esq. and Jessica Ross, Esq.
How do we best prepare for the dangers that lay ahead and respond effectively in crisis?
Having guidelines for responding to high-risk scenarios are useless if we don’t follow them. Such security policies are best structured with a well-informed team and built-in communication redundancy for crisis situations.
For almost two decades, my husband Neal and I have lived in or near war zones with our children, or in places with active terrorist threats and violent activity.