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|Web Development - ARWD Info|
|Written by Tim Black|
|Monday, 30 October 2006 08:39|
Always Reformed Web Development builds Reformed sites. We want to promote the Reformed faith, which we believe is Christianity in its purest form, because it seeks above all else to glorify God by worshiping and serving Him in careful faithfulness to His word recorded in the Bible. So the sites we build generally contain Reformed content.
Each of our web developers knows the Reformed community well and has attended Covenant College or Westminster Seminary, or is otherwise actively involved in the Reformed community. As a result, when we build your site we share your concerns and are partners with you not merely as contractors but further as brothers in Christ. We provide expertise both in the technical details of publishing your content on the internet and in the theology and practice of the Reformed faith. We can edit and even produce the kind of content you would like to see on your site, whether it is merely a good graphical presentation or a full-fledged Bible study for members of your church.
We've got Reformed connections. Would you like to advertise a conference at your church on your site? We can help you find the speaker that fits your purpose. Want to find people who can contribute book reviews, use your site to coordinate communications with mission agencies, recommend online courses to your church members? Ask us. Covenant and Westminster are storehouses of these kinds of information and connections; let us help you and together we can sieze the day for the church and the Kingdom!
A Reformed Future
You'll see us again someday. Our developers want to serve the church, some by preaching, some by teaching, others in evangelism, youth work, missions, or writing. The connections we form with you now will help you reach your goals now and in the future, and they will help us find open doors to further service in the Kingdom of God. Always Reformed Web Development seeks to serve both its clients and its employees, by connecting them with each other so they can do greater things together in the future.
|Last Updated on Friday, 22 December 2006 09:21|