With the recent health scare and temporary church closures, many church staffs have an immediate need for enhancements to their Church's digital strategies.
As our churches are forced to move online, I'm sure many of you have hit some pain points... "I didn't know our website wouldn't do that? How do we update our online donation page? Who makes our social media posts? Where are our passwords to the blog, Facebook, the list goes on and on..."
As I saw the wave of church videos posted online this past weekend, I was seeing some missed opportunities while pastors and church leadership scramble to prepare for Sunday.
So I put together seven practical steps your church and digital team can use during this time.
// Sticky Plugin v1.0.4 for jQuery
// Author: Anthony Garand
// Improvements by German M. Bravo (Kronuz) and Ruud Kamphuis (ruudk)
// Improvements by Leonardo C. Daronco (daronco)
// Created: 02/14/2011
// Date: 07/20/2015
// Website: http://stickyjs.com/
// Description: Makes an element on the page stick on the screen as you scroll
// It will only set the 'top' and 'position' of your element, you
// might need to adjust the width in some cases.