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Just as ministries must carefully choose their providers, we are meticulous in our selection of ministry partners and those we choose to endorse. To learn more about becoming a MinistrySafe partner, contact us.

Philadelphia Insurance Companies designs, markets and underwrites commercial Property/Casualty and Professional Liability insurance products, incorporating value-added coverages and services for select industries. Read more

MinistrySafe provides convenient, easy-to-use, online resources proven to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse in children’s programs. We recommend this turn-key safety system to all of our organizations that serve children.

CCCA exists to maximize ministry for member camps and conference centers. Read more

The attorneys at MinistrySafe are national experts in sexual abuse prevention at camp. Christian Camp & Conference Association has joined with MinistrySafe to offer CamperProtect, an initiative aimed at equipping our member camps with best practices and protocols to reduce the risk of sexual abuse at camp.

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As one of America’s leading summer camp experiences, Sky Ranch offers children and families a life-transforming adventure and a fun, safe, Christ-centered environment in which to learn, explore, and grow. Read more

At SkyRanch, we want our campers to have the most fun while being as safe as possible. The tools and resources that MinistrySafe offer help us continue to provide a fun and safe camp environment.

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Business Without Barriers. Any challenge. Any risk.  Anywhere in the world. Read more

We’re committed to our client’s best interest— and that’s why we recommend MinistrySafe’s system for child protection.

MHBT, a Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC company is a leading insurance brokerage firm delivering innovative solutions to organizations in the U.S. and around the world with Texas roots dating back to 1926. Read more

At MHBT, we are proud to support the efforts of MinistrySafe and Abuse Prevention Systems.  Our clients have access to state-of-the-art forms, training, analysis and an online system to manage the elements of an effective system to reduce the risk of child sexual abuse.

 

At Bob Jones University we inspire you as a disciple of Jesus Christ to push the limits of your own creativity, skill and faith—all for the glory of God. We infuse every course with a biblical worldview and strive to offer the best academic experience of any Christian university. Our vibrant Christian community will support you as you build your faith, challenge your potential and prepare to follow Jesus Christ. Read more

At Bob Jones University, we want to inform our staff, student body, and local churches about the risks of sexual abuse. We chose MinistrySafe as our protection program because of its comprehensive training course and robust online materials.

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Spooky Nook is the largest indoor sports complex in North America for teams, tournaments, specialized sports training, sports clinics, fitness, and more! Read more

Having the United States’ largest indoor sporting complex, we have a number of activities and children using our facility regularly. We want them to keep their mind on the game—and leave the safety up to us. We chose Abuse Prevention Systems to let our kids be kids and provide us with the screening tools and resources to help protect them.

Dallas Theological Seminary

Founded in 1924, our mission is, “to glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders for the proclamation of His Word and the building up of the body of Christ worldwide.” In other words, we want to help men and women fulfill the Great Commission and the Great Commandment, or more simply: Teach Truth. Love Well. Read more

We are pleased to partner with MinistrySafe founders Gregory Love and Kimberlee Norris to offer the first seminary level course work aimed at addressing the risk of child sexual abuse in ministry contexts. This strategic partnership will equip current DTS students and graduates with a clear understanding of sexual abuse, sexual abusers, effective preventative protocols, a compassionate model of care addressing the needs of abuse survivors, and an appropriate response to abuse allegations arising in church and ministry environments.