JudsonBaptistAssociation.org uses their website to provide information of each of their member churches as well as to serve as a central knowledge location for all activities of the association and member churches.
George Thompson of the Judson Baptist Association contacted us to create a website to serve the needs of the association and it's member churches located throughout Henry County, Alabama.
Judson Baptist Association, located in Abbeville, Alabama, is a family network of 21 churches through which each church gives and receives assistance. The Association offers to the churches an opportunity to express their nature as Christian fellowship reaching beyond the boundaries of the local congregation. Through the Association, many churches can share in work that can be done cooperatively more effectively than independently. This is the mission of the JBA.
George leaned on us heavily for guidance as his expertise with websites was limited. As with most clients, we communicated back and forth with George on ideas, other websites he had seen as well as what specific needs of the JBA did the website need to provide. With that information, we designed a website that is functional, provides the necessary information that the JBA needed as well as it's member churches and allows for expansion of content for the growing needs of a dynamic organization.
The Judson Baptist Association had a website, however, we were not satisfied with their service. I contacted Mr. Luke Douglas, website consultant, Webbering.Com. Luke was very helpful from the very beginning. I simply explained to him the style of website we needed and he reviewed some of our site plans and established the site. Our association can now view the JBA site and obtain up-to-date information on current events and JBA Happenings. Luke is always on stand-by to offer any assistance we might need in maintaining the site. I recommend Luke and Webbering to anyone interested in building a website.
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