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As your church grows larger, people expect a higher level of aesthetic quality. “The larger the church, the higher the aesthetic bar must be,” writes Tim Keller in his paper Leadership and Church Size Dynamics. It is unavoidable: Your church … Continue reading →
Use a web content management system (web CMS) rather than static HTML “Static HTML” is shorthand for the way people used to build websites in the 1990s. You would individually create web pages using a text editor or software such as … Continue reading →
A couple of days ago, I shared a quote which emphasizes the importance of people in making your church website an effective tool for outreach: Technology is not the hard part. For most ministries, spending less time on technology and … Continue reading →