Emmanuel-Brinklow Web Team
Through this internet communication medium, we intend to:
Announcements about events held at the church must be submitted by the ministry leaders or designee. Download the following document about what we will need to post your items. Submitting items for publication on Brinklow's website.
The web team welcomes your prayers, suggestions, content, and encouragement as we spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through this website ministry. Our heartfelt thanks go to those who contribute to the website by sharing written content, photographs, and suggestions for improvement.
- Share the love of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Gospel of Salvation;
- Make powerful messages about God's love, presented at our church, available to our website visitors;
- Share Bible-based doctrines with all who seek a closer relationship with God or who are searching for something better than what this world offers;
- Offer website visitors opportunities to grow spiritually through devotional thoughts, sermons, Bible studies, and other features;
- Keep our church members and friends informed about Brinklow’s worship, study, ministry, and church life event;
- Provide access to Adventist resources and information about ministries, programs, and events;
- Share stories of the Holy Spirit's working in the lives of individuals or groups in our church family that reveal how God’s love works in their lives; and
- Support Emmanuel-Binklow church ministries by publishing announcements, schedules, photos, and other information about church events.
Brinklow's original website was developed by Don and Lynette Wood, our first webmasters, under whose leadership Emmanuel-Brinklow received the North American Division (NAD) of Seventh-day Adventists’ 2003 eChurch Award.
The 2007 website redesign was launched on
January 5. The site was developed by Chip Dizard
of Absolute Presence, Weldena Crank, webmaster
and Marquita Rand, editor. Although the NAD discontinued
the eChurch Award program at the end of 2006, our website
was featured as a model site for the NAD Adventist Church
Connect initiative, which enables every church in North America
to have a web presence.
This 2009 redesign was launched on September 26.