Most of us don’t put a lot of upfront thought into our church website design. When you are redesigning an existing church website or even building the first website for a church, there are some things to consider before starting anything else. Because I have noticed so many redesigns lately, I am going to write this from the perspective of a church redesigning an existing site. However, many of these things would be helpful to consider if you are starting from scratch.
Is your church IT ready for a data disaster? More and more churches, especially in my part of the country, are developing plans to deal
Churches, it is time to start podcasting. The time for church podcasting was actually a while ago, but we are still in the moment. And,
Need help figuring out what church website content is essential for your church? Keep reading.
We are getting to the point where it is safe to say that most churches I relate to have a website. However, here in 2019, just having a website is not enough. You also need to have the right content on that website. Otherwise, people can keep clicking for other options of churches to visit.
One of the most frustrating parts of working with local churches is finding congregations that are all in. What do I mean? There are a
Do you have a Christmas Eve church visitor follow-up strategy? If you don’t, most of those guests who visit on Christmas Eve may never come