The Westminster Assembly Project

We had the opportunity to work on the Westminister Assembly Project. The Westminster Assembly (1643-1653) was both the largest parliamentary committee of the English civil war and the last of the great post-Reformation synods. The Westminster Assembly Project exists to make the writings of the Westminster Assembly and its members available to scholars and to…

The Southgate Fellowship

The Southgate Fellowship “exists to advance biblical thinking and practice in world mission,” and it’s organized around affirmations and denials concerning world missions. This project came to us with much of their content created. We crafted and developed the site to accommodate and enhance that material. The affirmations and denials are presented in a user-friendly format. We…

3 Church Website Upgrades To Improve Your Outreach In 2020

How do people find your church? Maybe it’s through a friend, an event, or a road sign. In our culture today, many people search for things, including churches, on the internet. Finding a church online has grown in popularity recently. Prospective guests can learn more about the church’s schedule, location, pastoral team, and theological beliefs…

Gutenberg Case Study: Canon Fodder

Since 2016, Five More Talents has had the privilege of providing WordPress care for Dr. Michael Kruger. Dr. Kruger is the the President of Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC and an ordained Presbyterian minister. His passion for New Testament studies has resulted in a number of authoritative writings on the subject. He is the…

4 Ways to Make Online Giving Convenient For Your Donors

We are living in the age of convenience. People are using technology on a daily basis to make their lives easier. Whether it’s online banking solutions or voice-to-text technology, people are turning to their devices to save time and embrace simplicity. Consequently, how does this impact churches and Christian nonprofits in the realm of donations…

Introducing the Gutenberg Block Editor

Just like its namesake, the Gutenberg block editor promises to revolutionize the way WordPress users manage their online content. Since WordPress will phase out its support of the classic editor by the end of 2021, we wanted to introduce you to the new block editor. So what is the Gutenberg block editor and how will…