Every ministry wants a strong web presence that reflects their true to life qualities and personality. It’s not something that just happens though. This is the problem many ministries seem to fall into. It takes some initiative on the church leaders side of things to grow and maintain a stable web presence and one that sees measurable results.
It may seem incredibly difficult but that is probably because you have never seen an achievable systematic breakdown of steps you can take to reach maintain a successful web ministry. It does take some work but it isn’t impossible.
So, why should you as a minister to “physical” people even care about the digital world? That’s a reasonable question. Too often, that question is not asked as a ‘hurdle’ to get over but more of a military blockade that is unable to be breached. The simple answer is that the digital world resembles and directly affects the ones you are trying to reach on Sunday morning. The web is made up of hurting, lost people in your area that need to hear the message you are sharing inside your church walls. Take some time and consider the effect the web has on your congregation on a daily basis and then consider the role you could play in positively effecting their daily lives.
With that being said, here are three items you can check on every week to keep your web ministry strong. Continue Reading…