Church Website Backup Strategy

Backing Up Your Church Website

Do you have current backups for your church’s website? What if your church website were to be hacked? It can happen – my home congregation’s website has been defaced by hackers. Here’s some security tips for church websites, but even Continue reading Church Website Backup Strategy

Your Church Website Should Have A Two-Fold Purpose

Guest Post - Your Church Website Should Have a Two Fold Purpose

This is a guest post by Laurie Neumann of http://dlchurchwebsites.com. If you find this post helpful and you’re interested in determining your target audience, be sure to also read ┬ámy post on how to increase traffic to your site. Who Continue reading Your Church Website Should Have A Two-Fold Purpose

Judging a Church by its Website or How I Picked a Church Based on Photos

Using Church Photos Effectively on a Church Website

How I Decided What Church to Attend Based on a Website Picture How do potential visitors decide which church to attend? The most common reason for visiting a church is because someone personally invited you. When you’re visiting a church Continue reading Judging a Church by its Website or How I Picked a Church Based on Photos

Integrating an Amazon Wish List into a Church Website

Amazon Wish Lists Pt 2 Integrating into a Church Website

This is the second of two articles on how churches can use Amazon.com wish lists for ministry. If you missed part one on setting up an Amazon wish list, you might want to read that first. Using an Amazon Wish Continue reading Integrating an Amazon Wish List into a Church Website

Amazon Wish Lists for Churches – Part 1

Using Amazon Wish Lists for Ministry Part 1

How Churches Can Use Amazon Wish Lists For many churches and ministries, part of the purpose of having a website is to provide opportunities for people to support the organization. Many church websites offer visitors the option to make a Continue reading Amazon Wish Lists for Churches – Part 1