Ministry-specific Resources from a Trusted Partner
Not so long ago, I was invited to speak at the Warner Camp in southwest Michigan. This is the place where D. S. Warner lived and died; he is buried there. Warner established the camp in the 1890s; it still flourishes as a ministry center for the Church of God.
While I was there, I met a group of young families that once were a part of my North Anderson (now Madison Park) Church home. They had been students at Anderson University in the 1990s and filled North’s pews on Sundays. Now, they are leaders in local Church of God congregations in northern Indiana (just a few miles from Warner Camp, across the state line); some of them are also key players with Brotherhood Mutual (based in Fort Wayne, but serving in 47 states). Many of our churches have relied on Brotherhood Mutual for years, as it provides insurance coverage for them. The company has always been framed by its faith and commitment to serve the church; it has proved true to its reputation for excellence. At Warner Camp, I discovered how deep the company’s Church of God roots and relationships have grown.
Brotherhood Mutual has become a trusted partner now with Church of God Ministries, as well. The company not only protects us and meets our insurance needs, but it has also invested in us. Brotherhood Mutual has generously helped underwrite some terrific moments in our conventions and conferences, for instance.
As a congregation affiliated with Church of God Ministries, you, too, can benefit from ministry-specific property and liability coverages, mission travel protection, and more, uniquely crafted by Brotherhood Mutual to support our local, national, and international ministry efforts. The trusted coverage they offer affords congregations large and small the chance to dream God-sized dreams. They are providing excellent resources, right now, during the COVID-19 crisis that help churches think strategically.
Check them out by visiting their website at www.brotherhoodmutual.com. None finer, that’s what I would say. And, if you talk with them, say thank you—thanks for coming alongside and blessing the Church of God. They are more than partners; they are our friends.