Editor’s note: This is the last in a series on practical topics for faith leaders.

The Rev. Ted Duck is just one of many local pastors who have persevered through the ravages of Hurricane Harvey without the benefits of flood insurance. Grants, generous volunteer efforts and donations have kept Dickinson’s Pine Drive Community Church going, but all area churches perennially face liability, casualty and even malpractice claims apart from the seasonal threats of storms.

Rick Cousins can be reached at rick.cousins@galvnews.com.

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