Brandon

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About Brandon Cox

Pastor at Saddleback. Church Planter twitter.com/gracehillsnwa. Editor of http://Pastors.com. Communications Thinker & Web Designer. Love Jesus, @angiercox, & kids! http://brandonacox.com

Bethel Baptist Church, Sellersville, PA

By |May 1st, 2011|

Bethel Baptist Church in Sellersville, PA runs on Wordpress! Visit the Website.

Tim Moore Design

By |April 30th, 2011|

Tim's site and portfolio are beautiful, as is his work. He's the designer responsible for much of the online identities of Saddleback Church, including the logo and front end design of Pastors.com. Visit the Website.

Rock Harbor Church

By |April 25th, 2011|

Visit the Website.

Theolatte: Serious Thoughts From a Pseudo-Intellectual

By |April 20th, 2011|

Theolatte runs on Wordpress, and it's beautifully textured with perfect balance and use of whitespace. It's the kind of site that makes me wish I'd bumped into it before designing my own! Visit the Website.

King’s Church, Wakefield

By |April 16th, 2011|

King's Church in Wakefield runs on Wordpress! Visit the Website.

Greg Atkinson

By |March 22nd, 2011|

Greg Atkinson's blog runs on Wordpress - a sweetly customized version of Standard Theme. Visit the Website.

Add a Facebook Like Button to Your Category Pages

By |March 22nd, 2011|

I've just implemented this trick on my personal blog for each category. In the left sidebar, I have a listing of my blog's categories with the heading "let's talk" (because I want to create and join conversations in these niches). Then, the heading of every category's archive page has a Facebook Like button. When clicked, [...]

The Covenant Church of Cheboygan Michigan

By |March 10th, 2011|

The Covenant Church of Cheboygan Michigan Runs on Wordpress. Visit the Website.

Northside Church

By |March 8th, 2011|

Northside Church runs on Wordpress, and I love what happens when you click the little "More Posts" link just above the footer. Visit the Website.

Press Two Theme from Obox

By |March 8th, 2011|

Wow. Clean. Nice! Obox's original Press Theme was nice, but Press Two is even nicer. And why is it such a nice theme? It's highly customizable, serves as a great framework, but even out of the box has a sweet user interface and attention to typography and detail. Check it out... Press Two Theme.