CENTER FOR ONLINE EVANGELISM

Your Resource for Up-to-the-Minute Information and Training in Online Best Practices & Strategies.

Adapted to the specific needs of Seventh-day Adventist churches, schools and ministries.

Support Online Missions

Grow and hone your online ministry—
Make it more visible & shareable for your target audience.

Find information on content marketing, social media, search engine optimization, online reputation management and web development. It’s our ministry to keep current in these areas so your ministry can reach more people more effectively.

Content Marketing for Churches, Schools and Ministries.

Whether you have a blog, online magazine, newsletter, forum or series of videos, seminars, ….

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Online Reputation Management (ORM)

Anyone can post something online, regardless if it is true, good, or helpful. Because of this increased accessibility for sharing information across a broad online audience, Online Reputation Management (ORM) has become a primary business focus in the commercial world as misinformation and biased opinion content abounds. And unfortunately, our denomination can also be on the receiving end of unfair or derogatory content. Individuals or groups that hold grudges against a church, school or ministry can spread their toxic message all over the internet.

But there are time-tested business practices that can smother this negative content while elevating positive, high-quality messaging that speaks the truth.
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Online Reputation Management (ORM)

Anyone can post something online, regardless if it is true, good, or helpful. Because of this increased accessibility for sharing information across a broad online audience, Online Reputation Management (ORM) has become a primary business focus in the commercial world as misinformation and biased opinion content abounds. And unfortunately, our denomination can also be on the receiving end of unfair or derogatory content. Individuals or groups that hold grudges against a church, school or ministry can spread their toxic message all over the internet.

But there are time-tested business practices that can smother this negative content while elevating positive, high-quality messaging that speaks the truth.
.   >> Here’s how it works <<

The Online Mission Field

The Internet as an Online Mission Field and your ministry websites as online mission stations. This is an accurate, big-picture way to truly view the vast ministry opportunities available online. The primary goal of missions is to go where the people are, mingle with them, and guide them to Christ. And with people today spending 5-10 hours online per day, regardless of age, we need look no further than this. Here’s how to….   >> Learn More <<

About Us

The Center for Online Evangelism is a 501(c)3 nonprofit entity that helps train and equip ministries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to better utilize online outreach and communication techniques and stay up to date with current best practices.

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Google’s rules can change by the day. What used to work in search engine optimization (getting your website or social media profiles to show prominently in search results) is not always today’s best practice. Subscribe to our online ministry blog to keep your ministry current, getting it in front of the eyes that need it the most.

Online Training


Even if you’re starting your online marketing efforts from scratch, we’ve got you covered. Learn the essentials for a stable, functional website, how to create and manage social media accounts, and several other foundational skills that help you reach the online mission field.

Message Development


To make sure your content marketing efforts are as effective as possible, it helps to create Key Message Platforms that guide the execution of social media, email, blogging and online reputation management efforts. Find tools, samples, templates and guides to help prime your message for the seekers who need it.

3 Easy Tips to Improve Your Church Website

Whether you’re a web developer or you’ve just been saddled with managing your church’s website, here are some simple tips that can boost “findability” in search results, engagement with your content, and lead users to connect with you either digitally or in person.

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