Developing your online presence


As one of our objectives, the Run to Me Foundation produces websites for gospel partners. Through our website projects, we get to learn so much. Based on our experiences, we have put together these short guides to help your ministry shine brightly online too.

Check out our FAQ section below for more background to our guides or check out our website portfolio.


Why do guides?

We believe that it is both opportunistic and necessary for the Body of Christ to use the internet in the 21st Century in order to reach people for Jesus.

We also understand that it can be hard for ministries to keep their online presence up-to-date, especially in the fast-paced world of technology and information where there are many competitors and false teachers. Our prayer is that we can relieve some of your burdens and give you great tips for making the most out of what the internet has to offer.

Go to our purpose to learn more about why the Lord has set up our ministry.

What methods do you use?

We have a problem-based approach to choosing the topics for our guides. Whatever challenges we ourselves face as a new ministry – we turn into an opportunity to find answers that we can share with you. We like to research our topics by consulting recent books, articles, and statistics, to get a well-informed understanding of the solution. This must be our approach because we believe the Lord has called for us to work with diligence and excellence (Proverbs 18:9, Proverbs 24:3-4).

Go to our methods to learn more about our general approach to working as a ministry.

Can you help my ministry?

If you are a small ministry; running on a shoestring; struggling with your website, or if you don’t have enough time to develop your ministry’s online presence – please know that we care about what you’re going through!

We also make websites for gospel partners, so contact us, we may be able to help you.

Your website is critical

“For those in your community who do not attend your church, think of your website as the face of your church.” – Yvonne Prehn

Prehn, Y. This summer, give your website a facelift. Ministry Tech Magazine, 2016. Full text