Startup Team Working

Which Website Builder Should I Use? Part 2: A Few More Recent Additions

A question I get asked a lot is “which website builder should I use?” To help you decide, we’re going to consider the pros and cons of a few builder types. In this post, we are considering drag-and-drop website builders such as Wix and Squarespace, static site generators like Hugo and Jekyll, and “Headless” Content Management Systems like Contentful and Prismic.io.

Startup Team Working

Which Website Builder Should I Use? (Part 1)

A question I get asked a lot is “which website builder should I use?” To help you decide, we’re going to consider the pros and cons of a few builder types. In this first post, we are considering building a website in raw HTML, using a desktop website designer, and using a traditional Content Management System or CMS, like WordPress or ExpressionEngine. Next week, we’ll consider some newer types of website builders, like drag-and-drop platforms such as Wix and Squarespace.

St. Paul's Cathedral Long Exposure Shot

What the Tech? Digital Ministry Workshop at Super Saturday

Digital ministry should support real-world ministry, not be a separate silo competing or running in parallel to it. That means that your digital ministry strategy should look a lot like your real-world ministry strategy: you should be pursuing many of the same goals, trying to reach many of the same people, and attempting to engage them in many of the same ways, just through a different channel.

Happy Holidays. Photo by Helgi Halldórsson.

Holiday Specials: Get Your Website Up-To-Date and Up-to-Speed

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.

The Payment Processing Ecosystem, via Business Insider (BI) Intelligence

Payments Technology Is Changing: How Churches and NonProfits Can Keep Up

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.