Saturday, March 21, 2009

Fun with Church Websites - Easy! Quick! Limited Time Only!

Problems with Church Websites
[from personal experience and researched data]

  1. Churches often believe they need a website but have not really thought out what they want it to do.
  2. A techie does the site, but then leaves the church or becomes too busy. Site grows out-of-date.
  3. This often gets repeated many times as it has in our church.
  4. No one but the techie can change it, so soon it is not really up to date.
  5. It does not encourage communication between members the way Facebook and other social sites do.
  6. Often a professional is hired and makes a beautiful site for a BEAUTIFUL price. Seldom is it built for easy updating or communicating new info to members and the public.
  7. If you want it updated the pro has to do it and that costs MORE money.
  8. Does it really communicate what your church's purpose is to the world of cyberspace?
  9. Does it connect your members?
  10. All-in-one websites are very satisfying and accomplish many purposes.
    1. Informing visitors and members about what is going on currently
    2. Connecting people and groups within your church
    3. Can be updated by anyone with very little training if you can use a word processor
    4. Can inform members of sudden events between Sunday's such as the death of a senior member, the birth of a baby, a victory in someone's life so that all may celebrate
    5. Appear to the general observer looking for a church that here is a church which is up-to-date, active and alive
Here are three of the sites I have found, each of which is a solution for most of the problems presented above.

Hosting, informing, domains, updating, newsletters, event calendars are all contained in one place.

Each of these sites have free trials.

Advanced Ministry ranges from free to so comprehensive that you can a store so that members can have access to purchasing materials and books being studied in various groups within the church. The price range is the best I have found anywhere.

Just recently I helped a small church here in Niagara to get a website that they could maintain themselves. If you are interested see WindMill-Point-Church

This Church has a different philosophy which gives you everything available on the site but just a bit less storage space for smaller churches.

More and more churches are turning to comprehensive all-in-one websites like those at Advanced Ministry, or This Church or [a demo site for MyFlock]
Probably the MOST important use for these sites is that ANYONE with a little instruction can update the section of the site for their small group. The church secretary can update the event info weekly or as often as needed.

No professional is needed [with apologies to web pros]. A workman IS worthy of his hire.

Any discussion about this would be welcome. Constructive disagreement is NEVER disagreeable (:-).

I have spent many hours poring over sites on the web and forums and listening to the tribulations of churches with out-of-date websites which are not a good witness to the world about your church.

I have found sites which give excellent tips for effective church sites. Contact me directly at or through the group as you prefer if you would like individual help with this changing field.

We live in an age of connection. People are "crying out" to be noticed. If this were not true why is Facebook so successful EVEN among Christians? Why is there a Twitter? Why has GodTube changed to Tangle?

It seems that every time I do a bit of web searching I find new sites which tend toward social interaction. A few years ago Plaxo was a way to store your email addresses on the web so you could get them from anywhere. Now it too is changing into a social interaction site.

It is a phenomenon that a church which wants to minister to the current needs of society cannot ignore forever.

At the same time it solves the problem of static, out-of-date websites which do not represent your active church or which drain too much money from church coffers which could be used for the ministry that Jesus left for us.

The Great Commission
16Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go. 17When they saw him, they worshiped him; but some doubted. 18Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in[a] the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." NIV Mathew 28: 16-20

Is there any better use for the Lord's money or your time?


Charles G. Pedley

Monday, February 9, 2009


Most of these are either ALL FREE or have a free component and a paid component.

There are literally dozens of freebies here which may help you. Check them out!

My favourite place on the web for groups and individuals to create a FREE website is
ZOHOWIKI - I always found wikis very confusing even though I have created many websites and blogs. This makes WIKI simple. Can be used only as an easy website for yourself, your family or a group. - put customized Christian news on website - FREE, Paid Upgrades
Online 'Computer' for individuals, groups, organizations, A storehouse of freebies. Can also send info to your phone as a reminder. Free sites, blogs, calendars and much more., by Google is a free EASY blogging community. I have about 15 - 20 blogs there all on different topics. The goodies you can add are easy and tremendous. Plus it also allows connection to Google's other apps.

My writings and recommendations.

Christian AV Magazine - FREE

Christian Audio/Visual Magazine.
We are a sister magazine of Christian Computing Magazine. Both of our magazine are 100% digital and are received in pdf format. In 2005 we made the switch to all digital, only because of the overwhelming request from subscribers. Both Christian Computing Magazine and Christian Audio/Visual Magazine are completely free of charge. All we need from you is your email address, for us to start sending you magazines.

Christian Computing Magazine - FREE SUBSCRIPTIONS
Our Vision The first issue of Christian Computing Magazine (CCMag) was published January 1989. CCMag has helped to keep its readers informed on software, services and other areas of technology, pertaining to how it relates to the Christian community, the church and ministry.

Christian Media Resources

Christian Video Magazine - FREE
About Christian Video Magazine Christian Video Magazine is the result of several conversations between Steve Hewitt, Editor-in-Chief of Christian Computing Magazine, and George Temple, of SermonSpice. In those conversations they both discovered that they had the same passions to help churches use video to enhance ministry. As a result of those talks, they decided to partner together and create a new publication designed to cover anything and everything related to using video for ministry. Christian Video Magazine was born. The first issue was sent to 100,000 in June 2008.

Advanced Ministry Websites - FREE sample site - Upgrades from $9.95 to $149.95 per month as desired for your church community. Not only gives you free hosting but many other resources to enable your church or ministry to inform, communicate, or send newsletters and announcements to its members. Also optionally includes a store to sell products which relate to studies you are doing. This is probably the most comprehensive site for churches since the range of costs can accomodate small, medium or large churches.

ThisChurch - an excellent church or ministry site to communicate and connect members. Donations online, newsletters and email blasts are all included and so much more! Click the link and get a free trial site.
Fantastic free & paid resources for connecting, tracking, informing any group. You would not believe what it includes.

Churchmedia Ministry
CMN is a unique worldwide community of volunteer and paid media ministers. We share knowledge and media for use by churches, and help one another grow in skills for delivering the most important message ever: God's Word. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FORUM & Resources

JUBAL MAGAZINE - Church Music & Worship -FREE
This publication is 100% digital and is received in PDF format. Jubal Music and Worship Magazine is completely FREE of charge. All we need is your e-mail address for you to being receiving the magazine. Send this to your friends and encourage them to sign up for a free subscription. [formerlyFreewebs]
Another unbelievable free and upgradable paid site to do a website in an easy way without coding. Too many freebies to mention. Can add PayPal ecommerce and sell and much more

Picasa - Free Photo App from Google
Organize Manage your photos in one place, and find photos you forgot you had edit Edit Eliminate scratches & blemishes, fix red-eye, crop and more create Create Turn photos into movies, collages, slideshows and more share Share Upload seamlessly to Picasa Web Albums to share with friends, family & the world. I use it for the basic photo edits such as cropping, lightening, etc.

Overview - Picasa Video Explanation

PicasaWeb - FREE - Can upgrade to paid if you need more space.
Store your photos online and share them as desired or not. Works great with Picasa software. Just click the "Upload to Web" link and wait. Together, Picasa & Picasa Web Albums make it easy for you to organize and edit your digital photos, then create online albums to share with friends, family & the world. Slideshows, downloads, prints and more.

Zoho - - Unbelievably comprehensive
BEST SITE ON WEB that I have found for FREE APPLICATIONS! Free & Paid Online Applications: Best site I know on the web to coordinate estimating, invoicing, free easy-to-use wikis which can be YOUR website if you are not a coder, free mail & much much more. Check it out!

[I hope to put in descriptions of these later. Some are obvious by the URL'S]

Photo-Video-Worship Resources
Resources in the area of photos, videos and other like resources for your church or ministry. Video tutorials and overviews of select products.
Church Software, Hardware, Bibles, Multimedia, Projectors, Internet Security, Resource Links, Wordsearch Bible products and more.

Who is this guy?

How to log into Yahoo! Groups - Christian Moderators

Hi Beth and ministry partners:

If you would like members of your forum/e-newsletter to have access to
Yahoo! Group features, have them log into Yahoo! Groups to syncronize
their e-mail address with their Yahoo! Groups account.

Your members need to go to your home page and add the word "join" to
the URL as follows:

1. CanadianChristiansinMedia (Beth)

2. CanadianPerformingArtsMinistry_Newsletter (Susan)

3. ChristianRadioCanada_News (Beth)

4. ChristianWritersCanada_Newsletter (Gerri)

5. FilmandVideoMinistryCanada_Newsletter (Sam)

6. MusicMinistryCanada_Newsletter (Laurie)

7. NewMediaMinistry_Newsletter (Charles)

8. PublishingMinistryCanada_Newsletter (Bob)

In Service for Jesus,

David Spencer

In, "Beth Warden"
bwarden@...> wrote:
Hi all! I thought I'd just share an experience I had tonight with
setting up two new items in the "database" part of the yahoo group

I decided to start off the member directory by setting up a database
for it, allowing members to log on and add their own details.

In addition, I started up another database for any broadcasters to
list programs that other stations could air as well.

Since posting that new "our group is growing" e-mail to all the
members with an invitation to them to add their details, it turns out
that many of the members don't know for sure how to log into yahoo to
access the group site! They've been members for years, but it's been
with e-mails going back and forth to their inbox, rather than them
signing into yahoo to actually go into the group site.

Thinking back, it's very understandable how there could be members who
didn't log in to sign up for the group. I've added members by just
typing in their e-mail addresses. It's a learning curve.

Tomorrow I'll send out an e-mail just asking folks to send me their
details, and I'll compile the directory and other database in another
program and e-mail it to those interested.

Hopefully my experience will help with your group too!

Have a great night!


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Sunday, January 18, 2009

InScribe Christian Writer's Fellowship

The links below came from InScribe Christian Writer's Fellowship found at

You may like to visit the site and perhaps even join.

Unless someone advertises themselves as a mentor, finding one involves developing a relationship. Get to know other writers.

Join aith either a general membership or one that fits your preferred genre.

Also try a small group setting. (InScribe has several.) If you are looking for a mentor, this might be the best place to find one. If you want to mentor someone else, a group gives opportunity for you to get to know each other.

Blogs and chat rooms do not offer a face-to-face relationship, but you might meet someone through these online resources that will be interested in a mentoring relationship. InScribe has online critique groups reporting success as they mentor one another.

To find someone who offers mentoring for a fee, check out the links below to individual writer's sites.

Also, you can be mentored by keeping up with the latest information about the craft and the industry. Check out the websites for writers listed on this page.

NETWORKING (Click here to contact InScribe Members)

Blogs: getting started

To Think About

Some countries do not allow feeds from anything with the word "blog" in them, so consider this if you want your blog to go everywhere in the world.

"I fail to see how most writers actually enhance their careers by blogging. Blogs by experts about current events make more sense, because they're commentary by people who have proven expertise in writing about those topics. Most blogs, however, are mental and emotional incontinence. People who claim to be writers should spend more time pitching stories and proposals than venting their thoughts. I would blog only in conjunction with having a book on the market." —Anonymous (From July 2007 Writers Digest newsletter)

Hit counters to put on your blog

Increase traffic to your blog

  • Visiting the blogs of others. Leave your blog URL. If you leave a good comment, the blog owner and others who comment are likely to drop over to visit you. If they like what they see, they may keep on returning.

Ads on your blog?

  • BlogAds - Select ads here, or reverse the process and put your ad on influential blogs. Only ads that you approve.
  • BloggingAds - uses Paypal
  • Blogsvertise - pays in Paypal per task/blog entry, for writing / talking about / mentioning their website in your blog
  • Crispads - bloggers target the ads because you best know your content.
  • Google ads - Pick the style of ads you want and paste the code into your blog template. Google's Adsense crawls the web and chooses content-appropriate ads for your blog. If you are writing about butterflies or yaks, the ads posted will suit your topic. You are credited on a per-hit basis and paid after you've reached the $100 level in your account.
  • PayPerPost - another place to find ads for your blog.
  • Problogger - lots of information about earning money from a blog.

Other Tips

  • Blogspot and others allow you to postdate an entry. After you write your post, click on "post options" beside the box to put in tags. Enter the date and time you want it to appear in the blog. For example, enter 10/21/08 || 6:00 P.M. which will publish it on October 21, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. Then click on 'Publish' and you will see an orange message on the 'edit' screen saying that your post is scheduled and will be published on the date and at the time you have selected. However, DO NOT SAVE YOUR POST AS A DRAFT because it will just stay there. Also pay attention to your dates. If you write them 10/21/08, it may reverse them to 21/10/98.

BLOGS by and for WRITERS (top)


  • Guide to Literary Agents - Editor of this annual volume, Chuck Sambuchino, offers the latest news and views on literary agents.
  • Poetic Asides - Published poets Nancy Breen and Robert Lee Brewer blog on issues affecting poets from the poet's perspective. As the editors of Poet's Market and Writer's Market respectively, Breen and Brewer also share insights on the publishing industry, especially as it relates to poetry.
  • Questions & Quandaries - Don't know the difference between "who" and "whom"? Facing an ethical dilemma about accepting gifts from subjects? Let Brian A. Klems answer your grammatical, ethical, business and writing-related questions.
  • This Writer's Life - "Writer's Life" columnist Kevin Alexander gives his witty take on starting a writing career, posted weekly.
  • The Writer's Perspective - WD Editor Maria Schneider writes a blog dedicated to the publishing industry and other writing-related news, writing essentials, links of interest and commentaries on the industry's hottest topics.

Writing Forums, Lists, Chats (top)

  • Alt.usage.english - newsgroup
  • Analog Science Fiction - Chats with authors, twice a month
  • Burry Man Writers Center
  • Christian Bookshelf - Message board where authors and readers connect, various books are discussed, etc.
  • Christian Market Listserv - "a forum for networking and discussing issues related to publishing and marketing in the Christian marketplace."
  • Christian Writers Workshop Join here and chat in iUniverse chat room
  • Community Live Journal - to help members finish their novels.
  • Creative Pen - Yahoo group for serious writers
  • Crime Writers - a Yahoo group with nearly 700 members who chat about writing crime fiction.
  • Critique Circle - An online workshop for writers of all genres to receive feedback on their work, about 7-10 critiques per manuscript. Also includes tools for manuscript progress, submission tracking, character generation and more.
  • Critters - an on-line workshop/critique group for serious writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. You get your work critiqued in exchange for critiquing the work of others
  • Dancing Word Writers Network
  • Dedicated Author - lists opportunities, contests & jobs for writers
  • Edgy Christian Fiction Lovers - a place to meet readers and writers and discuss the latest and greatest fiction that inspires.
  • Faith In Fiction discussion board
  • Faith Writers
  • Fellowship of Christian Writers - listserv, free but must apply, "vision is to provide mentoring and instruction; share skills; offer kindly criticism; supply information on markets, contests, conferences and other areas of interest...; share prayer needs; and to be inspired and encouraged by fellow writers. Our desire is that our written words always reflect Christ and glorify God."
  • Fiction Factor Forum
  • Forward Motion - free forums, workshops and more
  • For Writers - forums, references, markets, groups, conferences, author sites, agents.
  • Freelance Writing - several forums listed
  • Hobgoblin - Sci-Fi, fantasy
  • Jewish Writers - This site will connect Jewish writers with other Jewish writers and give help with navigating today’s market.
  • LitDotOrg - a place to publish and discuss stories, poetry and classics
  • Mss Editing - groups List of groups, includes forums & chats
  • Drew Marshall - Canadian spiritual talk back program.
  • Muslim Writers Society - Place for Muslim writers to post their work, get market information and participate in a chat offered each Sunday open to up-and-coming authors, famous writers and other writing industry professionals (moderated to allow attendees to get the most information).
  • My Writer's Circle - review boards for prose, poetry and scriptwriting, general advice boards, writers resources, a chat room and even a coffee shop (for off-topic conversation), a place that supports writers of all levels.
  • The Next Big Writer - a variety of services including has a forum where writers can post their work and get feedback from other writers. Must be a member; some services are free, others require a fee.
  • Novelspot - “If books were people, they’d mingle at Novelspot.” Site features interviews, tips for writers of action-adventure, fantasy, historical fiction, romance and sci-fi. (Note: some adult content). Also posts calls for submissions.
  • Omnichat Book Chat - various genre chats
  • Online Guide to Writing in Canada - featuring a comprehensive a-z listing of Canadian authors as well as resources and a forum.
  • Romance Central
  • Romance Club Message Boards - for romance writers
  • Speculative Vision, Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Story Circle Network. For women with stories to tell, has a newsletter.
  • Toasted-Cheese - site withe feedback and information about issues that affect writers, also contests, forums, chats, encouragement to polish your writing.
  • Today’s Woman Writing Community - offers peer-to-peer feedback, a weekly contest, you own personal page (with photo option) and blog. Men are welcome but no one under 18.
  • WIN - groups Online and real world critique groups
  • WordTrip - family-friendly forums to discuss all genres with other members. Children can use Word Trip Junior.
  • The Writer's Almanac. Radio, poetry & history.
  • Writers BBS
  • The Writing Bridge - requires membership application, has large number of forums, also writing prompts and critique sections.
  • The Writer's Chatroom - site has Celebrity Sundays, where new authors, famous writers and other writing industry professionals stop by and chat online (chats are moderated).
  • Writers' Dock - an international resource site with forums, discussions, various groups, all with help, encouragement and advice for writers.
  • Writers Net Discussion Forums
  • Writers Remember - group that focuses on reigniting creativity, encouraging those burning out. Has forums, resources, an e-zine/newsletter, and a warning section to help you avoid writing scams.
  • Writers Write Forums
  • iVillage - chat about books, etc.
  • Table Talk
  • UPOD - Web group for working journalists.
  • Wordplay - for beginning and established screenwriters.

Websites of other writers (top) (Click here to contact InScribe Members)

Websites for Writers (top)

Christian Book Publisher - kill first link - now more complete

Sorry Gerri. I should have given you all of this before.

Canadian Christian Book Publisher


Word Alive Press offers you…

Creating an opportunity for you to share your heart and words with others—this is what Word Alive Press has been doing for Christian writers across Canada for the past seven years. Word Alive Press is the only Canadian Christian book publishing company that can offer you everything you need to successfully publish, market and distribute your book throughout Canada. We can supply all of your publishing needs in one place!



Word Alive Press
131 Cordite Rd
Winnipeg, MB R3W 1S1

Phone: 1-866-967-3782 ext.203

Fax: 1-800-352-9272


Saturday, January 17, 2009

Alive Communications, Inc. - Literary Agency

I came across this website and thought it may be of interest to any
Christian authors who may be looking for representation.

Grace & peace,
Susan G. Acheson

ChristianWritersCanada_Newsletter" provides an opportunity for sharing, asking questions and connecting Christians working and ministering as writers, editors and publishers in Canada. Members include AD sales staff, editors, graphic designers, pastors, printers, publishers, speakers, teachers and writers.

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Sunday, January 4, 2009

Leveraging Technology for Ministry

Leveraging Technology for Ministry

I recently came across some interesting statistics with regard to the Church and the use of the internet. The resource stated that in 1998, 17 percent of churches reported having web sites but today, that number is 44 percent. Another interesting data point is that seventy-four percent of all church attenders nationwide are in churches with a web site. This tells me that while only 44 percent of the churches have web sites (which I still find surprising), those churches with web sites are attended by 3 out of every 4 persons attending church anywhere.

At my church (, the leadership has consistently tried to leverage the power of the internet and they're still learning new ways to reach people for Christ. They've been through some major transitions over the past 12 months with some incredible results.

One area where they've matured by leaps and bounds is in the use of video on the web. A year ago while still meeting in a local high school, we were diligent to video tape each teaching service with a member's camcorder then post that video onto our web site using the services of Google Video. Almost every new visitor to our church checked us out online before they came in person and one of the more popular areas on our site was our sermons area.

In February of '08 we moved into our new building and soon decided to take the video to the next level. The leadership embraces the one church/multiple sites philosophy, so they launched another campus on the other side of town and turned to the internet to broadcast the teaching from the main campus to this satellite campus meeting in an elementary school. Since they relied on the internet broadcast to the satellite campus, the leadership decided to also offer the services live on the internet to anyone interested in attending. We started by simply embedding the video stream onto one of our web site pages.

One thing led to another and the church leadership decided that they would make the internet site into a full-blown web campus. The church hired a full-time "web pastor" and focused on making the live web service a more interactive, rewarding experience for those attending online.

The church employed the recently developed services of to create an interactive online experience. provided with several tools such as push technology to update the site dynamically during the service, member and guest chat, integrated sermon notes and most recently a dynamic map to show where guests are attending from. also invested in an improved high speed dedicated internet connection, a high quality video camera, a video switch, a separate mixer board for the internet sound and the talents of several volunteers.

The results have been amazing! The online experience has dramatically improved while the total church attendance has more than quadrupled over the past 10 months. While moving into the new building was a major boost to the church's growth, I feel that the leadership's attempts to embrace and leverage technology has also helped dramatically.

Micro-Blogging has Arrived

We've recently incorporated micro-blogging into your ministry web site. What's "micro-blogging"? Well it's just like blogging, only quicker and shorter. It allows your friends and ministry partners to keep up with your daily activities. Micro-blogs provide short commentaries on a person-to-person level.

Now when you visit your ministry site, the system will recognize you and prompt you for "what are you doing now?". As your members reply, your blogs and updates area will automatically be updated. It's only been in place for a day and it's dramatically increasing the activity at our church site. As the administrator, you have the option of turning the feature off if you prefer. Just go to your admin control panel and select the "Enable/Disable Features" link to turn off micro-blogging on your site. If you aren't logged in as a member on your ministry site, the tool isn't visible.

Broadcast Your Services Live over the Internet

This new system allows you to conduct your church services live over the internet. You can get more information at The system is set up with an integrated chat room, an active dynamic area on the page that automatically updates when the administrator pushes a button, and a choice of streaming video players.

The system is really cool as it lets you do things during the service like "pass the plate" to allow for online donations, you can allow guests to learn more about a worship song or even buy it online while it's playing, you can also set up the sermon notes for immediate download plus lots more. It's all built into your existing MyFlock ministry site. You'll just need to contact us to set up the streaming server account.

This new service is found under "streaming services" on your admin control panel and will be free for a limited time. Contact us at to begin broadcasting your services live.

Native Domains We've made some changes that will allow your domain name to remain in the browser address bar when anyone visits your site. In the past there were some drawbacks with member logins that prevented us from setting up your domain to remain in the address bar of your site. Our technical folks have upgraded the system to now be able to handle domain names natively without compromising the member login information. So now when you type "" in the address bar, it will take you to the site without redirecting the URL. We're in the process of updating each domain name starting with the beginning of the alphabet. We've got hundreds of domains and we've made it through the A's and B's so far. We hope finish updating all the domain records within a few weeks, although if you can't wait, send an email to and we'll update yours right away.

Multi-media Cover Flow Vault We've completely remodeled both the admin portion where you upload your sermons and media, as well as the area where guests choose and download notes, videos and audio messages. We've implemented a new "cover flow" tool for selecting and downloading your media. Every media item now comes with an automated cover flow artwork and/or you can upload your own custom artwork for each media item.

Streaming Services With some cameras, computer and a streaming server provider, you can now stream your services live over the internet. Check it out, there's lots of tools to create a great environment for streaming your video services live on the internet. We've also added a new automated page to your site manager called "Streaming Services" that will allow visitors to participate in your service online.

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