Reformation Scotland

Reformation Scotland

Reformation Scotland’s mission is to bring wisdom from great authors of the Second Reformation period (1638 to 1661) to the present-day church, unearthing their insights and republishing them in booklets, e-books, and blog posts. Despite their quality of content, Reformation Scotland garnered little online attention. Their existing website platform had many frustrating constraints—links refused to…

Committee on Home Mission and Church Extension

Committee on Home Mission and Church Extension

The Committee on Home Missions and Church Extension, or CHMCE for short, deals with the church planting work of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC). The CHMCE originally appeared online as a section of the opc.org page, but as the CHMCE grew, that arrangement became too confining. In order to keep information flowing freely, and to…

How to build a church website: a 30,000 foot view

It’s more than just technology How to build a church website is a great question. Doing so involves three components: technology, people, and processes. Technology, people, and processes form what Dave Bourgeois of Biola University calls “the digital ministry framework.” To build a church website which is a useful tool for outreach, you need to answer questions about…

What is the value of a church website?

Every church in North America should regularly evaluate the effectiveness of its use of mass communication tools God is at work building the church on the foundation of Jesus Christ to be a witness in society. Communication is necessary in this work. “Face-to-face” is the best and most precious form of communication. But throughout church history there has…

Are we living in a “post-website world”?

“Technology is not the hard part,” said Dr. David Bourgeois in a recent interview on ReformedCast. “People and processes are the hard part.” Dr. Bourgeois is Associate Professor of Information Systems at BIOLA University and author of a forthcoming book entitled Ministry in the Digital Age: Strategies and Best Practices for a Post-Website World.  In his…