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At WP for Church we want to build products that Churches love to use. We also want to empower Church teams to use our products in the most efficient and effective way, so that your website is tool used for mission. As a result, we have put together both video and content based tutorials and lessons so that you can go from user to power-user. 

Our WordPress Church themes are built from the ground up specifically for Churches who want an easy to use theme but also a theme that is poweful enough to scale as you grow. We cover the basics all the way through to advanced topics and tasks.  

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We want our Church plugins to be missional assets that don’t stand in your way but rather, enhance and enable your strategy online. 

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It’s not all about the numbers right? Wrong. God sent his son to die on the cross so that no one might perish, that all might come to repentance and new life through Jesus. So this category of the Academy aims to encourage Churches to be more strategic, calculated and reflective on how key parts of their websites are being used (or not). Measure, learn and adapt (online) is the intentional strategy of a missional church. 

Sermon Manager

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