Creates custom site ahead of schedule for organization offering global ministry training
July 19, 2013 – (Tampa, FL) – Websults created a site for Crossing Cultures International, an organization providing ministry training and support for emerging churches around the world. The site supports the organization’s ministry by educating potential staff and donors and serving as a secure online donation source. It features:
- Video testimonials from Crossing Cultures International participants
- Improved online organization branding
- Custom Wufoo forms for secure online donations and information request
- WordPress content management system
“We needed the site built for the purpose of informing people who believe in our ministry and are interested in being a part of what we’re doing,” Crossing Cultures International Founder and Executive Director Dr. David Nelson said. “The site is very informative for donors and potential staff.”
Building the Crossing Cultures International site created a unique challenge for Websults.
“Dr. Nelson travels extensively through his work with Crossing Cultures International,” Websults Principal Jonathan Weindruch said. “We were able to complete the project ahead of schedule even as Dr. Nelson was on the other side of the world.”
Websults determination and ingenuity impressed Dr. Nelson and the Crossing Cultures International staff so much that they are already planning additions to the site.
“Websults was committed to seeing the task finished,” Dr. Nelson said. “We are looking forward to working with Websults to add future elements to the site, including an online application form.”
Websults is a website strategy consulting firm that offers organizations insights into best practices for leveraging the Internet across all areas of business. In addition to making web strategy recommendations, Tampa web designer Websults takes responsibility for getting an organization results on the web. The company’s services include strategy consulting as well as implementation services. For more information on Websults, or to learn more about the Crossing Cultures International site, please visit www.websults.com.