Each person attending must register individually, even if traveling with a spouse or children.  You will be contacted by someone in our Mission Allies Program to let you know if your registration is approved. All meals are lovingly prepared and generously served to you FREE as our guest.



You Must Enter The Number Of Days You Wish To Stay In One Of The Boxes Below

Overnight fees are waived.   Enter the # of nights you will be lodging in this section. 


Please check any skill sets that apply:

The link to submit my request will be in the registration confirmation email.


The Legal Stuff

I, the Attendee, desire to participate with Crisis Response International and engage in the activities related to this event.

I understand that the activities may include, but are not limited to: transportation in commercial, private or CRI-owned vehicles; participating in various types of activities using a variety of modalities. I hereby freely and voluntarily, without duress, execute the Release under the following terms:

1. Waiver and Release.
I, the Participant, release and forever discharge and hold harmless Crisis Response International from any claim or liability that I, the participant, may have against Crisis Response International with respect to any bodily injury, personal injury, illness, death or property damage that may result from my participation in an event, training and/or disaster relief operation. I also understand that Crisis Response International does not assume any responsibility or obligation to provide financial or other assistance, including, but not limited to medical, health, or disability insurance, in the event of injury, illness, death or property damage (see insurance requirements below).

2. Insurance.
Crisis Response International does not carry or maintain, and expressly disclaims responsibility for providing any health, medical or disability insurance coverage for the Participant. EACH PARTICIPANT IS EXPECTED AND ENCOURAGED TO CARRY PERSONAL LIABILITY OR HEALTH INSURANCE PRIOR TO REGISTERING AS A CRISIS RESPONSE INTERNATIONAL DISASTER TRAINEE/WORKER.

3. Medical Treatment.
Except as otherwise agreed to by Crisis Response International in writing, I hereby release and forever discharge Crisis Response International from any claim whatsoever which arises or may hereafter arise on account of any first-aid treatment or other medical services rendered in connection with an emergency during my time with Crisis Response International.

4. Assumption of Risk.
I understand that my time with Crisis Response International may include activities that may be hazardous to me, including, but not limited to, simulation activities, physical activities that pertain to training, cooking and food preparation activities, loading and unloading of heavy equipment and materials, transportation to and from the training/disaster sites, working in locations damaged by the effects of a disaster and any other training related activities. I recognize and understand that my time with Crisis Response International may, in some situations, involve inherently dangerous activities. I hereby expressly and specifically assume the risk of injury or harm in these activities and release Crisis Response International from all liability for injury, illness, death or property damages resulting from the activities of my time with Crisis Response International.

5. Photographic Release.
I grant and convey unto Crisis Response International all rights, title and interest in any and all photographic images and video or audio recordings made by Crisis Response International during my time with/work for Crisis Response International, including, but not limited to, any royalties, proceeds or other benefits derived from such photographs or recordings.

6. Other.
I understand that it is my desire to further the work of Crisis Response International by participating in training and performing services as a Volunteer, specifically as a Volunteer in Emergency Disaster Services. I undertake to perform said services as a Volunteer without compensation and that, in performing said services, I acknowledge that I am not acting as an employee of Crisis Response International.

The World Health Organization has declared the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) a worldwide pandemic. COVID-19 is reported to be extremely contagious. The state of medical knowledge is evolving, but the virus is believed to spread from person-to-person contact and/or by contact with contaminated surfaces and objects, and even possibly in the air. People reportedly can be infected and show no symptoms and therefore spread the disease. Evidence has shown that COVID-19 can cause serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses and even death. CRI cannot prevent you or your children from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while attending CRI events. Therefore, if you choose to participate in any CRI activity, you may be exposing yourself to and/or increasing your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.

Assumption of Risk
With full knowledge of the risks involved, I hereby choose to accept the risk of contracting COVID-19 for myself and/or my children in order to attend any CRI activity. These services are of such value to me, and/or to my children, that I accept the risk of being exposed to, contracting, and/or spreading COVID-19 in order to attend a CRI event in person.
I hereby release, waive, discharge CRI, its board, officers, independent contractors, affiliates, employees, representatives, successors, and assigns from any and all liabilities, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever, directly or indirectly arising out of or related to any loss, damage, injury, or death, that may be sustained by me related to COVID-19 while participating in any activity while in, on, or around the premises or while using the facilities that may lead to unintentional exposure or harm due to COVID-19.

I agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless CRI from and against any and all costs, expenses, damages, lawsuits, and/or liabilities or claims arising whether directly or indirectly from or related to any and all claims made by or against any of the released party due to injury, loss, or death from or related to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Reporting

I agree to notify the (customize as needed Training or Deployment Department) if I have any COVID-19 symptoms (see list below) or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, 14 days before or during any CRI activity. I understand that I may be asked to provide a negative covid test or be asked to cancel or leave for the health of others at the discretion of CRI leadership. I also agree to contact (customize Training or Deployment Department) if I have any symptoms within 14 days of departing a CRI event or deployment.

Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Nasal congestion or runny nose
Muscle or body aches
Sore throat
New loss of smell or taste
Nausea or vomiting

By signing below I acknowledge that I have read the foregoing Liability Release Waiver and understand its contents; that I am at least eighteen (18) years old and fully competent to give my consent; That I have been sufficiently informed of the risks involved and give my voluntary consent in signing it as my own free act and deed; that I give my voluntary consent in signing this Liability Release Waiver as my own free act and deed with full intention to be bound by the same.

For the safety of all our guests, we require a background check for all staying overnight.

By signing below, I agree to give Crisis Response International permission to request a 3rd party background screen on me.

Please note that all background checks must be completed prior to event start date.

Voluntary Resignation or Withdrawal:
There may be situations where both CRI and the individual consider voluntary resignation or withdrawal from a program a reasonable option based on the circumstances.

Entry or Return to Base Property:
All responders, staff, and volunteers are required to leave the mission property immediately or at the earliest possible opportunity after withdrawal. Terms of entry or return to mission property may be dictated by CRI as part of the withdrawal process.

There may be situations where CRI considers the dismissal of the individual from all serving, ministry, training or school as a necessary step for reasons including but not limited to for the protection of the mission campus and CRI.

Entry or Return to Campus Property:
Upon dismissal, all responder, staff, or volunteers are required to leave the campus property immediately, and may only enter the campus with permission from the Director or his designee and will require an escort while on any campus property.

Because the CRI Mission is private property, all responders, staff, and volunteers that have been dismissed from any training, serving or ministry are requested not to enter campus property unless specifically invited by mission campus or CRI leadership.

While the campus does host activities that are open to the general public, any responders, staff, and volunteers that have been dismissed (or withdrawn) from any training, ministry or service must get written permission from the CRI Director or his designee. The mission may detail specific requirements and limitations of the “persona non grata” while on campus property.

There will not be any refund for dismissal, self-termination or withdrawal.

Costs Associated With Termination/Withdrawal/Resignation
CRI is NOT responsible for all subsequent costs and travel arrangements associated with departure.

We are a Peculiar People
The word peculiar means strange or odd; unusual. It can also mean particular, special.
In the King James Version of the Bible Deuteronomy 14:2 says For thou art an holy people
unto the Lord thy God, and the Lord hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto Himself,
above all the nations that are upon the earth.” As Christian we are peculiar. We stand out as
different, odd, special. And among Christians CRI Responder’s are even more peculiar.
Culture is an umbrella term which encompasses the social behavior and norms found in human
society as well as the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities and habits of the
individuals in these groups. As a mission organization CRI has a distinct culture and what I want
to share with you today is a list of things that I believe make us stand out as unique or peculiar.
These 15 core values describe us and help define who we are and how we relate to each other.
CRI Culture and Values
1. Prayer and Worship are foundational to our daily lives in CRI. We believe in cultivating a
happy, holy and healthy community. We begin each day with prayer and worship both
here at the CRI base and when on deployment. We believe we are ushered into the
Presence of God through praise and thanksgiving and that we carry His Presence with
us wherever we go. We believe God hears our prayers and that He responds with
miracles, signs and wonders. Our faith is filled with expectancy because we experience
the tangible presence of God. We have a rich heritage of God’s faithfulness and the
longer you serve with CRi the more you will see God show up in amazing ways too.
2. This is a faith based organization in every respect. We walk in faith, trusting God to
provide the resources we need. We pray for direction and move forward in faith. We
rarely have the resources or the details worked out when we start moving forward.
3. In CRI there is a role for everyone. Everyone works. We all have a part to play and we
all contribute what we are able. Some may have skills and experience in leading
worship, in doing intercession, in evangelism. Others may have technical skills like
demolition, remodeling, cooking, cleaning, electrical, plumbing or just in organization. We
all bring skills to the table and we use them to complete whatever task God leads our
team to complete.
4. We all get stretched beyond our comfort. We will be asked to step up into roles we don’t
feel ready for. We will be challenged to learn new skills and we will be asked to serve in
areas outside of our expertise.

5. If you see something wrong and you know how to fix it. Do it. Don’t wait to be told. If you
can’t fix it yourself, ask for help. If you walk past something wrong you have lowered
your standard. If you see trash laying around you pick it up.
6. People have priority over tasks. While we have a job to complete, demonstrating the love
of Jesus is our priority. We stop for the one. We help each other and prioritize building
strong relationships.
7. We work hard. We work as unto the Lord but try to make our service fun, joyful and
peppered with laughter.
8. Men with men and women with women. We honor and respect covenant and don’t put
ourselves in places of temptation. Intimate prayer, deep personal sharing is done without
violating covenant.
9. Families are encouraged to minister together. Children can minister alongside their
parents. They are involved and are being equipped and trained as part of the team.
There is no junior Holy Spirit. We value our CRI children and what they carry.
10. We are stewards of what God has provided. We take care of CRI property, equipment,
and vehicles to the highest level. We understand our donors have entrusted us with
precious resources often at great personal sacrifice. We clean and maintain and protect
everything CRI, everyday. We leave a place better than we found it.
11. We are responsible and accountable for all CRI resources. We keep things in order,
return things to their proper place and organize our area of responsibility in a way that
those who come behind us can pick up where we left off.
12. We prioritize communication. We debrief regularly, celebrating victories and praying
together through challenges. We keep in touch by phone, text, social media and face to
face gatherings. We are a family and work at keeping our connection healthy.
13. We honor our leaders and those who have gone before us. When we see organizational
needs or deficiencies we ask questions, we observe, we take time to learn the history
before assuming or judging. We assume the best of our leaders and submit to those in

authority. This means we listen to and follow and support those delegated to lead long-
term, short term, on deployment or on the base. We work under a chain of command

and don’t by-pass those who are in positions above us.
14. We consider the needs of the organization and not just our own desires. We recognize
our leaders carry responsibilities for the whole and must often weigh competing needs
when making decisions. We pray with them about every deployment and ask God if we
collectively and individually should pray, give or go. We may want to go on every
deployment but God may call us to fund someone else’s trip. We may sign up to deploy

and be asked to serve a role on the base. We are a family, a tribe and we support one
another while supporting the organization.
15. CRI Culture is maintained by CRI leaders, staff and responders who carry the DNA of
CRI. We all share responsibility to know and uphold the values of CRI and to pass them
on to those who come behind us. We welcome you to our tribe and pray you find it to be
a place where you feel at home and develop life long relationships.

Find Your TRIBE
“You know, the ones that make you feel the most YOU.
The ones that lift you up and help you remember who you really are.
The ones that remind you that a blip in the road is just that, a blip. They are the ones that when
you walk out of a room, they make you feel like a better person than when you walked in.
They are the ones that even if you don’t see them face to face as often as you’d like, you see
them heart to heart. You know, that tribe? Who’s your tribe? CRI is my tribe.


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