Oakdale First Baptist Church
Oakdale First Baptist Church is an small church with a long legacy of faithfulness in its community. Pastor Boyd had recently come to the church and was looking for someone to help update their old website.
While the site was nice visually, it had hit or miss support for phones, didn’t have a lot of information for visitors, was missing content, and wasn’t doing the best job it could to reach people.
I offered to create a new site for the church.
The church had no set visual identity with the exception of a logo and one brand color.
With printed materials constantly in flux, the website needed to blend into the style of the church rather than become the style of the church.
The Krueger Family
God has called the Krueger family to the ministry of constructing church buildings with Continental Baptist Missions for established congregations under CBM church planters.
The Krueger’s website didn’t have any information about their ministry on it. Literally. That’s a pretty big problem when you are on the road trying to raise support!
In addition, their current way to send newsletters to supporters took a lot of time and wasn’t user friendly.
I offered to help out.
When the Kruegers wanted send a newsletter, they emailed every supporter by hand and posted the newsletter to their blog.
They needed a modern, less time-consuming solution.
Now, when they post their newsletter on their blog, it gets sent to all their supporters automatically.
The Fasinro Family
The Yinka Fasinro and his family have been serving in Nigeria, West Africa since 2008 as evangelists. They travel around the country, preaching the Gospel and serving churches with national pastors. Additionally, they help provide printed Bibles and discipleship materials.
The Fasinro’s website was cluttered. Links, text, photos, and information were placed everywhere, and with two main menus and two sidebars, visitors couldn’t easily find important details about the Fasinro’s ministry.
I offered to help the family create a new, more focused website.
The old website had important content spread out over lots of pages. Finding what you were looking for was frustrating.
Everything needed to be completely reorganized to make information easy to find, and unnecessary clutter needed to be removed.
“Benjamin Holmes has been a valuable web development asset to our ministry. He demonstrates knowledge and expertise in web design. His work is creative and shows great attention to detail.”
“Benjamin takes the time necessary to understand your vision for your website. He was willing to learn new technologies needed for my specific needs. The end result was a professional looking website.”
“I found Benjamin Holmes to be enthusiastic and creative. He took time to understand my needs and vision for the website and made sure that I was satisfied with the final product.”
How does the design process work?
Step 1: Plan
We’ll work together to understand what your website needs to say and do.
Step 2: Build
I’ll build a custom, responsive website that fits your church’s personality and goals.
Step 3: Launch!
You start making great first impressions online and wait for the compliments to roll in!