The Evolution of Church Website Design

We thought they were beautiful, and they were, those first websites we designed for churches. Church leaders loved them, and they especially loved meeting Sunday visitors who told them they had been attracted by their new websites. Those sites popped with arresting images and beautiful color. But they were more …

Free Club Membership

Join this group of happy church leaders — members of our unofficial Happy Campers Club! Recommendations for Friends of Ministry — Unity of Austin — I am totally delighted with Friends of Ministry. Cheryl is talented, spiritually grounded, highly skilled, communicative, efficient, transparent, and knows Unity! It is a pleasure …

Save a Bundle

Save more than $1,000 by taking advantage of our current half-price special. Simply place your order and pay for website development by December 31, 2017 to get the special sale price of $997.50. In addition, we have a Small Church Special running through December 31, 2017. If your average Sunday …

Vetting Your Webmaster

If you plan to use a staff member or volunteer for website development and/or maintenance, vet that person by asking the following questions: • Do you have high-speed internet access? A fast connection is required for website maintenance. • Does your volunteer/staff member have time to maintain the website? If …

What’s Missing on Your Church Website?

We found some very interesting results in an online survey we put together for a mid-sized church in the Southeast. While the number of people who took time to complete the survey on the church’s website was small, every response was telling. Here’s what the church discovered: • Although 35 …

Who’s Responsible for Your Website’s Security? YOU (too)

Here’s something that may surprise you: If you have a small website (small compared to, say, Amazon.com), your website is more attractive to hackers and may be more likely to be compromised, according to expert web developer Jenni McKinnon. “Smaller, less popular sites are a particularly great option for hackers …

Is Your Website Scaring People?

Has anyone asked you yet why your website is “not secure”? If your website has not been encrypted, it won’t be long before you’re trying to explain that to people who visit your church’s website. The reason: Web browsers (Google, Chrome, et al.) have started posted warnings about all websites …

Protect Your Church Against Copyright Violations

Do you pick up images for your church website, email, bulletin or flyers from Google? Or do you show movies (and sell tickets) without the permission of the films’ copyright owners? Or do you use music without a license, in Sunday services broadcast to the web? If your church can …