We often hear that build your own or open source Content Management Systems (CMS) offer more flexibility and customization than a Service as a Software (SaaS). This sentiment comes from developers who love the ability to do things like edit code and have FTP access. We understand this need. ... Read More »
Times are changing in the software world. It used to be you’d buy a software CD and install it on your computer. Every few years a new version would come out and you’d decided whether or not the new features were worthwhile to upgrade.
Even today, software companies are installing ... Read More »
With great joy I would like to facilitate a very important introduction…- Meet AJ!- AJ, meet the MonkDev blog!This introduction was intentionally made both ways because AJ recently join the Monk team as our Marketing Communications aficionado. Which means he will be the primary voice of the ... Read More »
We’re delighted to welcome Elise, MonkDev’s new Office Manager. Elise will be helping keep everything organized and in tip-top shape here at MonkDev HQ.
Before moving to San Diego, Elise gained experience in office management while working for a Christian ministry in Tijuana, Mexico. ... Read More »
Take a look at Nouwen
Nouwen is our latest, fully responsive church website e360 theme.
Explore some helpful layouts that come with Nouwen, including:
Click on each link to see a page preview of the pages included with this theme
Article List & ... Read More »
How does your church welcome newcomers? Perhaps it’s a welcome area after a service or a simple card to fill out. Maybe it’s a monthly luncheon or grabbing coffee.
Intentional or not, every church has a process that a new visitor is taken through. It is the starting point of their ... Read More »
We are excited to introduce Amanda, Monk’s new Customer Advocate. Amanda will be serving our clients in Front-End Web Support.
Amanda graduated from the College of William and Mary with a BA in Communications and Theatre. After a career as an actress in NY and LA, she worked as the Director ... Read More »
Years ago we saw a shift from audio to video sermons. Then the rise of multi-site churches and online campuses. With new technology and an ever-growing demand, live streaming is gaining momentum. You voted and we have an answer. Take a look at our latest layout built to engage the virtual ... Read More »
Vineyard Columbus decided to partner with MonkDev because they wanted to move from a ‘generally functional’ website to one that was designed for ministry results. At the time they had no analytics in place and the site wasn’t designed to provide their users an experience that ... Read More »
Ekklesia360.com has a new website! For those counting, this is our fourth version of the website and we hope to get better with each iteration.
Here’s a trip down memory lane going from left to right:
2006 - Welcome to our first e360 website and the only one I (Drew Goodmanson) ... Read More »