Web Empower Your Church with CyberMinistry

Although very few churches can afford to have a digerati team support their internet presence, most all can put up and maintain a web site online. With some direction, every church can develop an internet strategy for beginning web-based ministry. Here’s a book for newbies.

Web-Empower Your Church: Unleashing the Power of the Internet for Ministry

Author: Mark M. Stephenson, Director of The Web-Empowered Church

Publisher: Abingdon Press

Summary: Harness the power of the internet for Jesus. The internet is opening up new possibilities for all aspects of church ministry, from daily administrative tasks to worldwide evangelism and discipleship.

This book is about web-empowering your church ministries. Learn the practical steps, techniques, and ideas needed to develop an excellent and effective web ministry that increases your efficiency and effectiveness.

Mark Stephenson, Director of CyberMinistry and Technology at Ginghamsburg Church, shares his experiences with starting and now leading a large and active church web ministry. Ginghamsburg’s website is now over 4000 pages in size, and averages over one new visit every half minute, 24/7.

Whether your church has a website or not, this book will help you grow you internet ministry and take the next step to fully web-empower your church ministries.

One Response to Web Empower Your Church with CyberMinistry

  1. Just came across your blog today for the first time. I read this book as well and would recommend it to anyone leading a church web team.

    Look forward to reading future articles.

    Paul Steinbrueck

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