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Website Design

posted Jan 18, 2011, 6:48 AM by Tim Isbell   [ updated Jan 27, 2011, 8:54 AM ]

Prospective visitors to a church (or nonprofit) expect to visit the church's website before they visit the church.  Regular or occasional attenders expect the site to tell them what's going on from week to week.  Many parishioners want to point a friend, relative, associate or neighbor to their church's site as part of an invitation.  Every pastor or Christian leader looks for ways to communicate a wide range of content to people.  And every church wants an easy way to send current information to a subscriber list.  A good website does all these things, at a cost far less than phone book advertising and paper newsletters.  But many small and mid-sized churches lack a good up-to-date website!  This Website Design resource helps pastors and Christian leaders develop websites that they or other ministry leaders can add to and maintain with skills no more complex than those needed to run Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.

For the complete resource, click on Website Design.
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