Providing a valuable website to your congregation is essential in today’s technological age. Churches are spending a lot of time to make sure they can communicate clearly and provide valuable resources to their congregation. Sermons, events, and ministry pages are all common features of a ... Read More »
Avoid common post-launch problems by preparing your existing website content for a smooth transition. Read More »
Everyone has a web strategy whether they realize it or not. Success, however, hinges upon if the strategy is effective. A great place to start is by looking at what not to do. Here are 4 church website strategies to avoid at all costs:
1. The Hoarder Strategy
Like the name suggests, this strategy ... Read More »
We are coming into the home stretch of 2013, so we thought we’d share some of our favorite church website designs that MonkDev has been a part of. Here are a few of the ones we love, in no particular order:
Eagle Brook Church
I had the privilege of flying to Eagle Brook to spend time with ... Read More »
This is a snippet from our latest white paper, "What Every Team Needs to Know About Building A Church Website." You can download the entire white paper here for free to learn everything you need to know about building a church website.
Building a website is a bigger and more complex undertaking ... Read More »
Those are two pretty packed words when placed together. You may have a dream for your own site in mind. Perhaps you think of another church’s. But what does it mean to do a custom site with MonkDev? What does it look like? How does it happen? Let’s explore that a ... Read More »
When using any online tool as part of your daily web production routine, it might be easy to miss some powerful features in those "uncharted" territories.
At MonkDev, we want you to be able to reach, captivate, and grow your community using technology. To help, we regularly improve our ... Read More »
As a content strategist at Monk, I've seen my fair share of bad church websites. It’s my job to take these low performing, inefficient websites and turn them into well-oiled ministry machines.
Working with churches of all shapes and sizes, I’ve learned that success online isn’t ... Read More »
When was the last time you were frustrated by your church website ?
A client told us recently about a woman who sent a call out through social media, asking for recommendations for a local church. “Our family just moved to Denver and we’re not sure what church we’ll attend. Any ... Read More »
This was my second year attending Echo, a three-day gathering of artists, geeks, and storytellers who serve the Church. I have fond memories of last year, including listening to Tony Hale (aka Buster from Arrested Development) speak about his experience being a Christian in the showbiz ... Read More »