This post is an interview with Brian Workman and Dan Hefferan, the guys behind ymLaunch, a start-up company providing websites for youth ministries. Brian and Dan have a unique niche here in the world of church websites. I’m not aware Continue reading Interview: ymLaunch Youth Group Websites
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?
Denominational Directories If you have spent any time researching how to have an effective website, you’ve probably come across the term SEO. It stands for Search Engine Optimization, and it’s the key to having your site show up in search Continue reading The Simplest Form of SEO for Church Websites
Most visitors will look at the a church’s website before they step through the door of the church building. For your church website to be effective in reaching the estimated 17.4 million American adults who don’t attend worship services regularly, Continue reading 3 Things Every Effective Church Website Needs
Let me start by saying The New Media Frontier: Blogging, Vlogging, and Podcasting for Christ is not a practical, how-to book. For the purposes of my project, I was hoping for another book discussing how churches could use “new media” for Continue reading The New Media Frontier: Book Review
Unlike the previous books I’ve read for this project, which focus on how churches communicate through many different mediums, Mark Stephenson’s 209 page Web-Empowered Ministry: Connecting With People through Websites, Social Media, and More focuses specifically on the many ways churches Continue reading Web-Empowered Ministry Book Review