London, Canada, February 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Churches and ministries looking for assistance with their web presence can now get it for free. AdvancedMinistry (www.advancedministry.com) provides a powerful content management system that focuses on building community within churches and ministries. The basic model enables organizations to build a site that includes articles and events, while advanced options give users access to blogs, podcasts, video streaming and search engine optimization.
Electricurrent (www.electricurrent.com), an award-winning advertising agency, started developing AdvancedMinistry in 2000. Recently the project has taken off, seeing over 2,200 organizations become new members in less than 12 months.
“God has taken us on an amazing journey,” says Ray Majoran, CEO of Electricurrent. “It’s incredible to see how far the product has come since Version 1.0, when we first offered churches an inexpensive content management solution. Our team is very excited about the latest release; we believe it will change the way that churches reach their communities.”
Founded in 1996, Electricurrent has assisted hundreds of ministries with their creative and technology efforts. Some of their clients include Youth Specialties, Pure Life Ministries, Teen Challenge, Biola Christian University and The Salvation Army. Eastpoint, a church that leveraged the creativity of Electricurrent and the technology behind AdvancedMinistry, saw their church community increase by 277%.
As part of Electricurrent’s mandate, they offer a free version of AdvancedMinistry to those who can’t afford an elaborate solution, and advanced versions for those who need something more powerful.
For more information on AdvancedMinistry, visit www.advancedministry.com.
AdvancedMinistry was recently featured as the Cover Story in Christian Computing Magazine, a publication dedicated to assisting Christian I/T professionals. To read this article, download the PDF at www.advancedministry.com/pr/2008-02-06_CCMag.pdf
To learn more about Electricurrent, point your browser to www.electricurrent.com.
If you would like to read the case study on Eastpoint Church, download the PDF at www.electricurrent.com/eastpoint_article.pdf