Upcoming Webinars

Navigating Sexual Propriety:
Cultivating Respect, Safety, and Accountability

Sexual misconduct in nonprofit ministries and organizations creates significant harm to individuals, gives rise to enterprise-threatening liability, and tarnishes our biblical witness, credibility, and reputation. This webinar is designed to equip you with the essential strategies to safeguard against such conduct.

In this webinar, we will explore the importance of:

  • screening and training,
  • effective governance through policies and procedures,
  • the biblical basis for proactive protection that’s above reproach,
  • protocols for responding to allegations and conducting investigations, and
  • a path forward that encompasses vigilant monitoring, thorough assessment, and meticulous documentation.


Jeff Shaw, J.D. currently serves as National Expansion Officer of Frontline Response, headquartered in Atlanta. Jeff received his J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law and enjoyed a successful law practice prior to starting the Anti-Sex Trafficking department of Frontline Response (Out of Darkness) in 2011. Jeff speaks and trains throughout the United States.

Dr. Clint Elliott, Esq. serves as General Counsel and Academy Director for the Institute for Shelter Care. Prior to joining the Institute, Clint served in a variety of roles over his thirty-year legal career, including as a partner in a large regional law firm, as a founding partner in his own law firm, and as in-house legal counsel for a corporation.

Date: April 9, 2024
Cost: FREE
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm (EST)

Guiding Your Ministry with Biblical Principles

Many organizations start with a vision. The founder is moved by God to create a solution to a problem. Whether it is navigating relationships, striving for professionalism, or competing in grant applications, what was started by God may begin to stray away from His principles. This webinar will share helpful guidance to ensure your organization remains steadfast in its core principles. Discover the methods for integrating biblical principles into external relationships, establishing internal policies with staff, and authentically engaging with the population you serve.


Chris Lim serves as the Director of Research and Public Policy for the Institute. He has the unique experience of engaging in the issue of human trafficking from the non-profit sector, law enforcement, and academia. Most recently, he served as the coordinator of Alabama’s statewide human trafficking task force. Chris is the author of The Heart of a Healer: Trauma Informed Biblical Counseling and is published in several peer reviewed journals and academic textbooks.

Date: May 7, 2024
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm (EST)
Cost: FREE