You are probably deep into preparations for your upcoming holiday services and events. Have you put all that information on your website yet? And is your website ready for the traffic that will come it’s way as people search for Holiday services and make their family plans? If you’re answer isn’t a definitive “yes” to both of these questions, we’re offering two services to help you out.
To keep your website safe for everyone, you need to establish rules like any institution would. This is not dictatorial, it’s part of living in community.
There’s a twenty-year longitudinal study out that suggests a pretty significant correlation between church attendance and better health. My admittedly unscientific, non-verified belief is that it’s all about the community!
For churches, nonprofits, and other mission driven organizations considering what platform they should use to create their website, understanding the power of the WordPress community is key to understanding why WordPress is a great choice.
No matter how you approach it, electronic payments technology is changing the way we transfer money, both for commercial and non-comercial reasons. As the industry continues to diversify, a lot of new options and opportunities will continue to emerge for churches and nonprofits to take use this technology to help them facilitate the important work and ministries they engage in daily.
Having a good church website is important as a “digital welcome mat” to attract new visitors. But good church website design is about more than just looks: it should also reflect your identity and vision and invite others to participate in your ministry.
We hope everyone has had a beautiful Christmas celebration. To mark the occasion, we are excited to unveil our 2015 Bundle of Recommended Tools. This is a collection of apps and services we work with regularly and gladly recommend to you. Each of these recommended tools are affordable, some are even free. You can set any […]
Protect your personal information, and the confidential information your church computers contain, by keeping your software updated.
Trello is a fantastic tool for visual planning and collaboration. Use it to plan worship, events, sermons, and other aspects of your ministry.
Video and Transcript of Pope Francis Addressing Congress