Today is Baked Cookies Day. My pop culture-trained mind automatically goes to the scene in Bruce Almighty where Bruce (aka Jim Carey) is wrapping up his interview with a local bakery and ends on the note, "I think a great city is a lot like a great recipe really. Put in some hard working … Read more about …a great [website] is a lot like a great recipe.
Digital Ministry Coaching - Connect: Week 5 from Christopher Harris on Vimeo. WordPress 101, Video TutorialsDownload Atmosphere Pro IntroDownload Intro to WordPress - RolesDownload … Read more about Digital Ministry Coaching – Connect: Week 5
Thanks to all who attended my talk on Gutenberg. I wish you well as you prepare to deploy Gutenberg on your website. Below are the resources I mentioned, the video shown, and the slides from my talk. I hope they provide you with more help and guidance. My favorite Gutenberg Resources at the … Read more about Gutenberg Resources from WordCamp DFW Talk 11/11/2018
Position Summary Faith Growth, based in Dallas, Texas, specializes in custom digital ministry solutions for religious organizations. We help churches effectively implement digital ministry to engage their communities. We work exclusively on the Genesis Framework for WordPress and have a current need … Read more about Seeking: WordPress Genesis Developer
Did you know the question, "how to pray" is searched on Google on average 18.1k a month? One of the top 5 searches on Sunday morning is, "churches near me." Today a large number of people's faith journeys will include an online component. In this video, shot on Good Friday 2017, I explore … Read more about Why Digital Ministry?
“So faith comes from what is heard, and what is heard comes through the word of Christ.” Romans 10:17 I was given the assignment of preaching on this text, and it was suggested I might “Talk about how it is important to hear the word spoken in person despite all the media platforms … Read more about Hearing the Word with Digital Ears…
Assessing Your Church Website as a Ministry Platform With our world increasingly moving toward digital, it’s imperative that churches have an effective online presence. By that I mean a dynamic, engaging church website that not only communicates what is happening at a church’s physical location but … Read more about Planning for your next church website
I spent St. Patrick's Day in Ft. Worth with the Ft. Worth WordPress Users Group. We had a great time discussing securing WordPress websites. I have uploaded an audio recording of my talk and embedded my slides. The recording was made with my iPhone. So bear that in mind if the quality is lacking. … Read more about WordPress Security Talk at the Ft. Worth WordPress Users Group
I recently lead a workshop at the ELCA Youth Ministry Network Extraveganza in Anaheim, CA. I am thankful for the invitation from the network to present. It was also exciting to be in Anaheim as the network re-launched the new Martins List. Faith Growth was responsible for developing the new Martins … Read more about When youth Wonder, They go to Google
On Reformation Sunday, October 25, 2015, churchgoers across the country are going to be on social media, sharing something from church that day. It is no coincidence that this is occurring on Reformation Sunday. One of the key tenants of the Reformation was getting the word out about God’s grace … Read more about Social Media Sunday 2015: What is your church doing?
The images below will help you understand the difference between using a single page to add content and developing Custom Post Types or repeaters for your new website. WordPress WYSIWYG Editor This is an example of our team page. It is just data entered using the WordPress WYSIWYG … Read more about Pages vs Custom Post Types in WordPress
Over the weekend I saw a pastor post on social media that all the visitors to his church in the last year had perused the church website before visiting in person. Why? Because church websites are a congregation's new front door. So the question become this: Is your church website inviting? … Read more about Harnessing the Power of WordPress for Church Websites