There Isn’t Enough Bad News!


A huge problem for crisis response teams is that there are not enough bad events.

You never expected a crisis chaplain to make that statement, did you?

But it is true. Because community-wide tragedies do not frequently occur in most of our towns and cities, those on the front lines of emergency response must constantly scream for the attention of team members and community leaders who’ve grown a bit numb to the reality that, some day, another crisis will come. Because the last community tragedy is now a fading memory, team members lose interest in training with the team, and community leaders lose interest in helping fund the team.

But if nobody trains, and if there are no funds for supplies or training, nobody will be prepared when that next crisis hits. And, believe me, it is coming.

Join Us!

logoIn the next few weeks, this site will be filled with podcasts, videos, downloadable documents, and other resources to help folks avoid crisis when they can, successfully manage it when they cannot, and create a new normal when it is all over.

I invite you to get involved by joining our email community. If you do, I will send you our free ebook The Most Important Thing You Can Do To Keep Your Church Safe.

We promise never to overload your inbox or share your information with others, but will keep you informed on how you can protect yourself and those you serve and love from suffering unnecessary trauma.

Please join us! We promise to make it worth your time.