Faith-Based Car Insurance Protects Tithers and Tithing Alike

Frank Williams
by Frank Williams
faith based car insurance protects tithers and tithing alike

GuideOne Insurance, a leading insurer to American churches, is now offering special coverage to supplicants. According to Insurance Journal, their FaithGuard insurance policy has specific benefits if you're involved in an accident while going directly to or from a worship service or scheduled religious activity. In that case, they waive the deductible, double medical coverage for non-family members, and cover your loan payments up to $3K. To give churches some incentive to promote the policy, it also covers tithing or church donations up to $750 should the wayward motorist lose income due to a covered accident. GuideOne also offers fire insurance, but we won't get into the theological implications of that policy.

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  • Gottleib Gottleib on Jul 31, 2007

    I suppose the deductible is doubled if you happen to be breaking a commandment at that time of your accident.

  • Miked Miked on Jul 31, 2007

    Will they pay if your car gets struck by lightening while parked outside planned parenthood?

  • Ekapus Ekapus on Jul 31, 2007

    Woo hoo! Strip club + FSM FTW.