Today’s post is the first of a new format, in which instead of just sharing my own opinion, I’ve asked several leaders in the field of church communications and social media to share their answers to a question about church Continue reading Expert Roundup: Church Social Media Challenges
This post is an interview with Steven Gliebe, a web designer who recently launched his site churchthemes.com as a full-time business developing and supporting WordPress themes for churches. In case you haven’t noticed by now, I’m strongly of the opinion Continue reading Interview with Steven Gliebe of ChurchThemes.com
Wireless internet access is becoming ubiquitous. In many settings, it’s just expected that Wi-Fi will be provided. Personally, and this is quite possibly a generational thing, I won’t consider going to a hotel that doesn’t offer free wireless internet access, Continue reading Should Churches Offer Public Wi-Fi Access?
An Act of Bravery When I started at Wartburg Seminary last year, my wife and I began the unfamiliar process of looking for a church to join. Like most people of our generation, we began by Googling “Dubuque churches” and Continue reading Visiting a Church is an Act of Bravery
This month is a milestone for this website. Although I actually registered the GoodChurchWebsite.com domain in late November of 2012, my first post was on January 4, 2013. In the just over 6 months since I started this project, this Continue reading Site Goals Refocus After 6 Months
This is a guest post by Chad Siemer By now most organizations have realized that social media is not a fad. Yet getting involved with social media still seems like a daunting task to overcome for many. Yes, achieving success Continue reading Increasing Charitable Giving Through Social Media