“Recovering” Part 2 – The Endless Cycle

Read part 1 Man, Movement, Machine, Monument, Mess Since the rise of modern Independent Baptist Fundamentalism (the “IFB” movement) starting arguably with J. Frank Norris, which incorporated the emotionalism and manipulative revivalist tactics of Charles Finney with the pragmatism of the modern American mentality, the body of Christ at large and the independent Baptist movement […]

“Recovering” Part 1 – Meet the Millennials

Over the last few years there has been a significant movement to rethink “fundamentalism,” a term often applied to churches that would qualify to be listed in our database here at KJV Churches.  Largely driven by younger believers, mostly Millennials, this movement has questioned many of the positions and attitudes held by a number of […]

KJV Churches 3.0 Launched!

KJV Churches 3.0 is now live! We’ve just gone live with our new redesign! We want to thank you for your patience as we worked through the challenges of launching a redesigned site with new functionality. Here’s a brief overview of the new capabilities of KJV Churches: Ministry Jobs – our job search is now […]

Your Statement of Faith: Revisited

Your Statement of Faith is important

We’ve previously mentioned the importance of being firm and unique in your Statement of Faith on your church’s website, and now more than ever, it’s necessary to set forth your church’s beliefs unwaveringly. Of course, there are churches who choose to gloss over doctrine and focus on attracting visitors, so this won’t apply to them. […]

Church Websites: Design Tips and Best Practices

Church websites are notoriously behind the times in terms of web design and appearance, but yours doesn’t have to be. Here are some good design tips for church websites, to help you avoid common problems and improve the visibility, readability, and aesthetic appeal of your church website. Church Websites – Don’t Do: 1. Goofy Fonts […]

Top 5 Benefits of a Vibrant Church Website

Narrow is the way, and few there be that find it. Hopefully, this is a description of the true path to God and not how difficult it is for visitors to find your church online. It’s easy to focus so much on preaching the truth and walking the narrow path that making your church accessible […]

Web Presence Instantly: Just Add Facebook!

Web presence is as easy as using a free Facebook page

Web Presence is easy A web presence is not an option in this day and age. Of course, your church being listed on KJV Churches gives you a quick and easy page on the web that you can edit at will, and it’s also designed to make Google happy, but our site is not yet that […]

Are We Clear? Your Statement of Faith

One of the most obvious but frequent omissions from a church’s website is their stance on the King James Bible. After all, our name is “KJV Churches,” and our focus is on King James Only Independent Baptist Churches. However, it’s getting harder and harder to distinguish where a church stands, since churches that identify as […]

Google Places for Business

No church wants to think of itself as a “business.” In fact, we often demean mega-churches for being nothing more than businesses operating to make money (not a bad gig, if you can get it, right? I speak in jest.). However, there are professional tools available for business that work equally well for churches. In […]

Google Webmaster Tools

Google Webmaster Tools

Google provides a very useful set of tools for website admins called Webmaster Tools. This suite of internet functionality helps you get a good idea of how your site is being presented to visitors, and how well your content is being consumed. To sign up for Google Webmaster Tools, go to www.google.com/webmasters and follow their […]