Effective Church Websites

Larry Witzel Evangelism Practices, Marketing Practices

The primary purpose of your website is to reduce your guest’s uncertainty. The pictures on the website should show people in the church environment, allowing the guest to pick up visual clues about the culture. What are they wearing? How are they interacting? The language on the site should reflect the culture of the church. If you’re a conservative church that uses the King James Version in your service, your website should reflect that. If you’re a church with a contemporary worship service, have a picture of the worship band to show the culture. The website should be authentic to the experience guests will have.

Laura’s Story

Larry Witzel Evangelism Practices, Marketing Practices

Laura’s life was changed because of my church’s website. For real! Let me explain. Four years ago, Laura* moved to town. She grew up Adventist but had gotten disconnected from …

Webinar: A New Era of Evangelism, A Review of 2020

Larry Witzel Evangelism Practices, Fall Evangelism, Marketing Practices, News

In this webinar, SermonView’s Vince Williams and Larry Witzel reviews data from 300 online event marketing campaigns handled during the Covid-19 pandemic, and share some key learnings that churches can …

Webinar: Attendance Tracking for Online Evangelistic Meetings

Larry Witzel Evangelism Practices, Fall Evangelism, Marketing Practices, News

In this webinar, SermonView’s Vince Williams and Larry Witzel share a suite of evangelism technology available for churches to pre-register guests, track attendance with automated check-in, and interact with guests …

Webinar: Online Evangelism in an Age of Social Distancing

Larry Witzel Evangelism Practices, Fall Evangelism, Marketing Practices, News

Interest in Bible prophecy may be the highest in a generation. Google searches for “Second Coming” have recently spiked to the highest in over a decade. How do we respond …