Add a Sermon Library to Your Church Website: Why It’s Essential

Add a Sermon Library to Your Church Website: Why It’s Essential

With the advent of advanced recording technology in the 20th century, the ability to record sermons was born. Now, you can upload these sermon recordings to the internet, making them available to a wider audience. What are some specific reasons that your church website should include a sermon library? What special benefits are associated with…

How to Create Fresh Church Website Content
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How to Create Fresh Church Website Content

Fresh church website content is essential! Consider the following illustration. Summer is the season for farmer’s markets and produce stands. These markets are often great places to meet people in the community and get great fresh produce. Our minds are filled with idyllic images of farmer’s markets. We couldn’t imagine a produce stand selling completely…

5 Keys to Make a Great First Impression With Your Church Website

5 Keys to Make a Great First Impression With Your Church Website

We all instinctively know the importance of first impressions. We’ve all had job interviews that have required us to manage our appearance and approach so as to make the best impression possible. We also understand how quickly we make snap judgments based on our own first impressions. How does this principle apply to your church…

Why Your Church Needs a Mobile-Friendly Website
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Why Your Church Needs a Mobile-Friendly Website

What does it mean for a church website to be “mobile-friendly”? Does your church website fit that description?  Defining “mobile-friendly” A “mobile-friendly” website is a website which maintains quality of design and performance when viewed on a mobile device (smartphone or tablet). If a website can be viewed on a mobile device and not lose…

Fundamental First Steps in the Church Website Building Process
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Fundamental First Steps in the Church Website Building Process

There are few things more satisfying than finishing a big project, right? It requires a lot of momentum though. Sometimes the hardest part of a project is the beginning. Starting a project can be overwhelming and paralyzing. The key to gaining traction is starting with small steps. For example, knowing the “first steps” of the…