Members and regular guests may know the personal email addresses of the ministry leaders in your church. But for those who visit your website looking for a means of contact, what first impression are you sending?
There are so many choices out there. I was wondering if anyone had either used, or could recommend a good Admin software?
In this webinar, we discuss a multi-media approach to communicating with members and your surrounding community. We look at websites, social media, email, in service announcements and more.
I joined a church just after graduating from college and suddenly started receiving emails from a number of people all at the same time. Later I realized my email was published in the directory. Without giving consent I was subscribed to the church weekly update, prayer chain, and social justice club list.
Don't rely on your websites to protect your information – that's your responsibility. Your accounts are all linked because they belong to you and use your personal information, and that can make you vulnerable to a chain reaction. But never fear: there are some little things you can do to make a big difference in your security.
Each individual owns his or her likeness or other identifiable characteristic. If the church uses the videos or images to promote the church or makes them available on the web, then the courts will likely find that the church used the images in a commercial manner.