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Tony Whittaker

Great. This sort of evangelism should connect with a website which is really really designed to engage with outsiders. (And maybe, a specific landing page within the site.)

At Internet Evangelism Day, we have produced a church website design self-assessment tool at
InternetEvangelismDay.com/design to help churches do this.



steve bowen

developing serving dna from the beginning is huge. Serving others then becomes the norm. I lived in Scotland for many years developing outward focusedness and found serving others opens hearts and establishes credibility in the culture. Serving is a universal language and is relevant in any culture.

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