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CEN affirms the Lausanne Covenant and encourages member churches to use it as a guide for aligning values of working together in evangelism, ministry and community service. The Lausanne Covenant was established several years ago under the leadership of Dr. Billy Graham and others who saw the need for a clear statement of doctrinal agreement to unite the body of Christ in worldwide evangelization. CEN participants are asked to read and affirm the Lausanne Covenant as a first step to involvement with CEN. Affirmation is on the honor system and materials that are posted or printed must conform to the doctrinal statement for inclusion. For more active involvement, such as becoming a ReadyCitySM, CEN requires a commitment in writing adhering to the Lausanne Covenant . Services, resources, products or non-Christian support training offered by others who participate in the network may or may not apply.  View complete document >>

 
An ICS is based upon a changeable, scalable organization providing a common hierarchy within which people can work together effectively within the church, community and government. People may be drawn from multiple agencies that do not routinely work together, and ICS is designed to give standard response and operation procedures to reduce the problems and potential for miscommunication before, during and after a incident. ICS has been summarized as a "first-on-scene" structure, where the first responder of a scene has charge of the scene until the incident has been declared resolved, a more qualified responder arrives on scene and receives command, or the Incident Commander appoints another individual Incident Commander. You will learn more about "Incident Command" and "Unified Incident Command" structure in CEN's ReadyChurch and ReadyCity training.
 
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