There are many elements that go into a good church website. One area that consistently causes trouble, though, is the giving page. The problem comes from balancing the need for a church online giving option with the desire to avoid plastering requests for donations all over your site. We have a solution.
Increasing engagement and clarifying the message on your church website starts with structure. In this article, I'll break down 4 elements every effective site design contains, and I’ll show you how to implement a similar strategy on your own site.
Gone are the days of paying massive amounts for custom coded sites or scratching your head trying to figure out a WordPress plugin. With a church-specific website company, you have a ministry partner that will help you grow and leverage your online tools properly.
It's not good enough to have a mediocre website in today's world. People will look up your website before they decide to visit your church in person for the first time. Put your best foot forward with your website since it is now the front door to your church. StoryBrand can help.
Church websites have never been more important. Nor has the online space ever been more saturated. If you’re involved with your church’s website, it’s important that you do your best to optimize that site if you want it to make a difference. Both UI and UX matter for your church website.
Everybody loves a good laugh. As Proverbs 17:22 declares, “a joyful heart is good medicine.” There’s something about laughter that can restore the soul and provide some much-needed rest from any of our stress and pain. Here are seven clean but hilarious church jokes.
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