Last week it was announced that the CRC will launch a free Digital Library in April along with a 20% discount for CRCs in June.
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Write your own blog post to share your ministry experience with others.
Because we know it can be intimidating to try new things (even more so if the results will be published on the Internet) we created two short tutorials that demonstrate the simple steps of starting a new post.
As the new year starts, it is also the start (well, restart) of my stint as a guide for the Church & Web Network. What would you like to talk about? I don’t have nearly all the answers, but I can definitely pose questions, find some information or sources of information, and solicit discussion. See the list of topics in the blog - pick from there or come up with your own! Let's talk.
This is the story of the trials, tribulations, and travails we experienced at my church as we went through the process of upgrading our projection technology. Have you gone through similar trials and travails as you move into new solutions and technologies?
You would be shocked at how many attacks are taking place as you are reading this article. Their goal is to gain access to your site! Here are five simple things you can do to protect your WordPress site.
One out of four websites today is created using WordPress. Here are the top 6 reasons why WordPress is so popular, and why you might want to consider switching to a WordPress platform for your church's website.
Web design is always evolving. Aesthetics shift and new technology lets developers create websites that function in different and exciting ways. If you’re involved in creating or maintaining your organization’s website, here are three design trends you should be familiar with.
You’ll often hear people say custom designed websites will always be better for an organization than using a template. There’s an argument to be made for that, but often the reality in many churches is the lack of budget for something custom. A quality template based site can be an option, but it takes work to pick the right one.
If you manage any sort of social media accounts for your church or organization, you’ve probably had that moment where you realized you sent a personal message through a corporate account. Here are a few things to consider when trying to make things right.