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Child Safety Training More Important Than Ever Thanks to New Laws

It’s always a step in the right direction when states move to protect our innocent children from abusive predators. Even though the details might be overwhelming or confusing at the start, it’s imperative that organizations, including all faith-based groups, implement them as soon as possible. Pennsylvania took such action in 2014 when its state legislature

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Tired of Sloppy Handwriting? Five Benefits to a Paperless Hiring and Screening Platform.

The hiring process can be tedious. Generate an eye-catching job description. Sift through dozens, or hundreds, of applications. Decipher WHAT ON EARTH is written on said applications. Enter candidates’ information into data collection system. Find storage for applications, resumes and cover letters (there’s room in a back closet somewhere, right?). And that’s all before interviews

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Student Ministry Makes Smart Move – Background Checks for Volunteers

There is a beautiful resurgence happening on a longtime religious property in Northwest Georgia. The Polk Haralson Christian Life Center in the Antioch Community, locally known as Camp Antioch, is now blossoming with visitors and wildlife after a major facilities upgrade project and a wildlife habitat certification from the The National Wildlife Federation. More than

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4 Tips to Develop a Safe and Sound Background Screening Policy for Your Employees and Volunteers

On any given day, your ministry may be visited by dozens, hundreds or thousands of people. Some of these people are your everyday parishioners, some may be curious visitors, while others are routine employees or impassioned volunteers. This can be a wonderful thing for your ministry, its teachings and outreach, but it can also leave

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Changing the world. One volunteer at a time!

Time isn’t always money- especially when it’s donated.   Volunteers are more than just soccer moms and retirees heading up bake sales, PTA meetings and being the greeting committee at social functions. They are also CEO’s, accountants, celebrities, community leaders, activists and just about any profession or background you can imagine. Not to say that

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Finding the right volunteers for your organization – Why it pays NOT to pay!

At some point in time we have all volunteered. High school seniors looking to enhance their college applications, college graduates looking to expand on their resumes, parents wanting to be involved in their children’s education and extracurricular activities, and even senior citizens wanting to enrich their lives after retirement, volunteer. Whether to fill time or

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NAPBS approved: Does your current Credit Reporting Agency bear this seal?

Protect My Ministry, as a subsidiary of its parent company Active Screening, has successfully established compliance with the (NAPBS) National Association of Professional Background Screeners!  This industry recognition acknowledges achievements including: – Commitment to excellence, accountability, growth & professionalism – Proof of adherence to the industry’s strictest professional standards – Ethical business practices – Compliance

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Protect My Ministry: The Orange Conference, VBS & More!

Ryan Carter, Director of Sales and Business Development at PMM, had the pleasure of representing Protect My Ministry at the Orange Conference in Georgia last week. The conference is a one of a kind event that celebrates great ministries, provides a rewarding experience and presents multiple opportunities for the faith based community. What is Orange?

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New Partnership with Church Office Online

Protect My Ministry is excited to announce a partnership with Church Office Online. With the goal of equipping ministries with the best tools available they share a similar passion with Protect My Ministry. They view background checks as an invaluable resource and believe that all ministries have an obligation to protect its members, especially the

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