Web Stuff Wednesdays

USING THE WWW FOR WINTER WEATHER WARNING Christmas greetings from your friends at Church Plant Media! Before our various holiday celebrations, we wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Due to all the recent snowfall across North America, Tim has asked us to help you put together an inclement weather strategy for your church. A few of our team members live in the Northeast, so we have some first-hand experience with this topic. So if your leadership team has been wondering how …

A New Monergism.com

After a year-long project, it is our delight to unveil to you our newest iteration (or upgrade) of Monergism.com. We have thankfully, with no small effort, reached our goal of making significant user-friendly technological improvements to the website which, we know, will greatly benefit you and Christians around the world. During this time, many of you have stood along side us – making this ministry possible by upholding us in your prayers and your financial contributions. Monergism.com began 14 years …

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Web Stuff Wednesdays

HOW TO SHARE THE GOSPEL ON YOUR WEBSITE Hello again from your friends at Church Plant Media. We’re here with a few more ideas for your church website content. With Advent upon us and Christmas quickly approaching, we wanted to encourage our brothers and sisters in Christ to share the gospel online. As we all know, this is the time of year when people are the most likely to attend your church service and visit your church website. In his book, Gospel Deeps: Reveling in the Excellencies of Jesus, …

Web Stuff Wednesdays

HOW TO KEEP CHURCH WEBSITE CONTENT FRESH Greetings from your good friends at Church Plant Media. We’re back with more thoughts about church website content. For this installment we will be answering one of the questions that Brett shared via a comment on our introductory post. He asked the following: What’s the best way to keep site content up-to-date and fresh with limited time, resources, and staff/volunteers? Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the USA and many families are getting ready …

Web Stuff Wednesdays

Whosoever Will May Read Your Content Hello again from your good friends over at Church Plant Media. We’re here again with another installment of church webology. This time around we will be answering two of the commenters who posted questions to us via our introductory post in September. Dan Alger commented, asking the following: Do you think it is best to have a website that contains LOTS of information (long history of the church, long doctrinal statements, blogs, resources, worship explanations, etc. etc. etc.) …

Web Stuff Wednesdays

A Church Website = An Online Building Greetings from your friends at Church Plant Media! We are back with another response to the questions posted to Tim’s blog in September. Joanna commented, asking us the following: My question is how do you graciously but persuasively make a case to church leadership that a reasonable quality website is really important? Our website has out of date info, mismatching colors and the design looks like it came out of the late 90’s/early 2000’s. I’m concerned that …

Web Stuff Wednesdays

Counting the Cost of a Church Website Hello again from Church Plant Media! In our Web Stuff Wednesdays Introduction we asked you, the readers of Challies Dot Com, to comment on that post with your church website questions. Carl asked the following: If I understand correctly, there are two kinds of web sites: sites you build and host yourself and sites that are built and hosted by a company (which is what I think Church Plant Media does). Can you …

Web Stuff Wednesdays

Introduction to Church Plant Media Hello readers of Challies Dot Com! Tim mentioned the following in a recent post: “For the time being I have begun a partnership with my friends at Church Plant Media, so you will be seeing their ads and getting to know them better.” Over the past few years you may have seen our Monthly Desktop Wallpaper Giveaways or our link at the bottom of Grace Fellowship Church where Tim is a pastor. Either way, we …

Behold Your God: Rethinking God Biblically

Are we sure that the God we serve is the God described in Scripture? Is rethinking Him biblically really necessary? How do we do it? How would it affect our views of Christ, the gospel, holiness, worship, evangelism, service, and revival? Behold Your God: Rethinking God Biblically, led by Dr. John Snyder, is a 12-week multimedia study that focuses on God’s self-revelation in the Bible, helping the believer to apply the descriptions of God to all of life.<br /> Click …

Reformed Baptist Seminary

Reformed Baptist Seminary is a church-based ministerial academy that provides a full theological curriculum as either a Master of Divinity or Bachelor of Divinity degree. It also offers streamlined 32 and 24-credit degrees, diplomas, and certificate programs. Our entire program can be completed via online learning as well as through our modular format live classes. Here is an excerpt from a recent lecture Dr. Tom Ascol delivered as a part of our Pastoral Theology class: As a means of saying …