The coronavirus will move past its pandemic state at some point in the future. Even when it is ‘back to normal’, it will never be the same again. What will the church look like in 5 years?
Now’s is the time that all churches should be reviewing their digital ministry analytics, if there were any related projects, and see what worked for them over the last year. This analysis should be a starting point when you plan digital ministry in the new year. I have done my part of reviewing the web ministry analytics for 2019 and produced web ministry 10 commandments.
FIRST, the church websites won’t survive without being constructed with a responsive design. The main browsing platforms will be of more mobile devices. It will be safe to have designs and features geared toward smartphones with the capability of displaying the contents responsively on other devices like desktops and tablets, not the other way around.
In a technology driven age, it has become essential for local churches to create a presence
online. A website allows you to bolster your current reaching-out campaigns, take control of
your brand image online and build long term relationships with your neighbors.
WordPress is a universal website platform that provides the scalability required when
growing your church.
This guide will take you through the website design process and explain the benefits of
using WordPress as a website platform.
Small group leaders are now using Facebook group for their group communications and sharing. I want you to find Facebook group admin tools to help you create a stronger, more engaged Facebook group for your small group ministry. Please visit the linked source for the how-to-use the eight tools effectively