Yesterday, I posted a blog on the Christian Web Trends blog about why churches should have an interactive website. I assume every church is now chomping at the bit to get their new website , but perhaps some churches aren’t quite sure how to go about it. Thankfully they addressed some of those issues in the Interactive Church Conference.
Today Paul posted about things you can do (and not do) to help insure success in any church technology project (website or otherwise). Some are simple and others may not be so obvious. If you are considering a new website or enhancing your website, but need some guidance or if you’ve got a good idea of what you want to do with your website. Even if you aren’t planning to do anything with your website, but have some sort of tech project going on in your church, I’d encourage you to read, “20 Tips for Success in Church Technology Projects”