Church Web Design
Scale the heights (and depths) of some classics with these 10 favorite hymns Great songs have a story to tell, with a power to transport us to heights of joy and through valleys of sorrows. This specially true of many of the old hymns. As Marcus Jones, Digital Content Manager at Premier Christian Communications notes,… Read More »
As mentioned in previous posts, YouTube Live is a great place to get started with livestreaming, and attract more traffic to your site. It’s never been easier to share your valuable story, and start growing your audience. And YouTube’s new mobile app provides a tab for sharing with your network directly on YouTube. Note: A… Read More »
Are you harnessing the power of video and live streaming to attract people to your site? In a recent survey of marketing professionals, results showed that “… when both video and text are available on the same page, 72% of people would rather watch a video to learn about a product or service.” In other… Read More »
“Jesus is the answer to everything.” It’s an oft-quoted line in Sunday school classrooms, and a frequent focal point of your pastor’s sermons. Without expounding the theological implications, when it comes to accessing your Church’s website or other online accounts, the following caveat applies: “Beware of making Jesus your password.” Hackers Know Your Name Put… Read More »
You’re disappointed because you’ve been called away on business and will miss the worship service. An unexpected illness or injury has you facing a season of recuperation, and it’s unlikely you’ll be getting out much. Maybe you’ve even been called away to military service, but would love to stay connected to your home church as… Read More »
As Christian churches continue to embrace the reality that an attractive online presence is key for connecting with members and extending their reach, the capability to post videos of sermons and other church activities is increasingly desired. While many platforms exist to host these videos, the most common is YouTube. As one of the largest… Read More »
Smartphones and tablets are quickly becoming a part of our daily lives, offering solutions for many of the things we do every day. Churches are also becoming aware of the potential positive uses that come with the use of these. With these technologies rapidly being used in the workplace, applications are being created to help… Read More »
Intelligent man was designed by our Creator. As Thomas Jefferson penned in the Declaration of Independence, “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness….”. The Creator designed man.… Read More »
You may be asking yourself what is Social Engineering and Phishing. In the past, hacking primarily consisted of your computer system being compromised in a way that the hackers could obtain sensitive information. Better security has forced hackers to take a new approach and that is where we get social engineering. Hackers now are looking for the easiest ways to hack people, and not just people’s computers. Social media has had one of the biggest impacts in social engineering because of how easily people share information via web sites like Facebook, Twitter, dating websites and even more personal accounts such as your healthcare provider and bank accounts. We will go through what measures you should be taking to protect yourself these days.
In choosing web hosting, oftentimes users will pick the easiest or most expeditious option. However, after spending some time with a web host or registrar, one may find that the tools they offer may not fulfill the proper requirements, or may find that the ideals of the company may differ. Most web hosting providers use specific types of advertising and marketing to appeal to a wide array of users, but many find this type of advertising offensive or in poor taste. In this case, we recommend migrating one’s website to a Christian Web Hosting Provider.