Ministry Incubators is an unusual sort of ministry. They help creative people and congregations transform harebrained ideas for ministry into sustainable social enterprises. We partnered with Mark DeVries and Kenda Dean to help effectively engage that audience through a new website, strategic use of content creation and social media.
web designYour website is an essential tool for engaging your community. From concept to launch, you can trust our team to deliver the right website, with the right aesthetic for your community.
digital missioningA dormant website is a useless website. Our digital missioners will plan, organize, and implement a strategic plan for your organization that will help you engage your context in a manner that is faithful and technologically relevant.
consultingWhile most our clients choose to engage in a long-term relationship with us, we are happy to consult with your organization on a short-term, consulting basis.
A Few of Our Partners
Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ is an ongoing partner. We are proud to serve PTS as an independent development agency coordinating with the onsite technology and design teams on valuable departmental website design and development projects. Each assignment has been different and every new project has brought its own share of rewarding challenges.
The Confirmation Project needed far more than just a website, they needed a technology partner capable of helping them identify possible tools to aid their research, build communities, and disseminate their findings. Working alongside the distinguished team representing several major Seminaries across the United States, we are proud of our multi-faceted contributions to the project that demonstrate our competencies far outside the realm of simple website design.
Meet Our Team
OUR LATEST REFLECTIONS ON THE CROSSOVER OF FAITH AND TECHNOLOGY
In one of our high school youth group lessons, we were talking about the struggles of being a Christian teenager in a world dominated by smartphones and social media. One of our former high school students, who has now graduated, shared an insight that remains with me to this day. She said, “I think it is hard being a Christian when you are scrolling through all of the pictures of your friends smiling and having a great time in front of their new things and nice houses. It is hard because it makes me want what they have and it makes me want to only share the best parts of my own life.” If you …