- Channel topics
- Finding faithHow people become Christians
- Effective communicationApproaches for biblical communication
- Bridge the gapMeeting people on the common ground of their interests & needs
- Bridging opportunitiesExamples and opportunities for using the Bridge Strategy
- Using cultureTypes of culture; understanding & using culture in evangelism
- Websites that workIssues for site planning, usability and promotion
- Problems in evangelismThings that stop us being effective
- Mission opportunitiesDigital evangelism & cross-cultural mission, mission & literature resources
- Writing wellHow to write effectively for the web or print media
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Christian webmaster resources
There are now so many online webmaster resources, that usually the easiest way to find what you need is with a Google search. There are countless bulletin board systems, some covering general topics, others specializing in one type of coding (eg PHP) or one CMS system (eg WordPress). Look at GeeksandGod | Webmaster Talk and many others. For equipment purchasing decisions, always check out online reviews at CNET and elsewhere.
For church webmaster forums to discuss technical issues and site critiques, see Great Church Websites and ChurchMedia.net which also covers wider church media issues such as PA, projection, video and related issues, and offers an annual conference. Of course, a Google search will frequently lead you to a technical solution already posted online.
For royalty-free graphics (often completely free for non-profits), see StockExchange. Although not automatically free for use, owners of Flickr will often give permission for photos to be used, particularly in a non-profit or educational context.
Of the greatest value to web developers are the various free Firefox browser Add-ons such as the Web Developer toolbar and Search Engine Optimization tools. For valuable guidance on HTML, CSS and other scripting, see W3Schools.
Our other resources
- Using pure CSS flyout menus, and how to reposition submenus above the bottom of the screen.
- Our tool for comparing two lists of email addresses
- how to start a blog or a website.
- Free books and courses – tech/design downloadable books and open web-related courses from major educational organizations.
Below, we have syndicated the Willmaster Possibilities ezine for webmasters...