If you’re reading this by email or an RSS feed you probably won’t notice that Worship Matters has a new look.
It’s something I’ve been hoping to do for a few years now, but like many projects on my plate, they take a little longer than I expect.
David Rojas has patiently helped me get this new theme up and I can’t say enough about what a joy it’s been to work with him. David was born in Jerusalem, the sixth in a family of fourteen children. Although a computer technician by trade, his heart’s desire is to serve the Lord in missions to unreached people groups. He currently resides in the State of Virginia and works as a Registration/IT Manager for a non-profit ministry in the Richmond area. He has the gift of serving big time.
Not too much has changed in terms of content on the blog, but I hope to beef up the resources section in the not too distant future.
Let me know how you like the new look and also if you have any ideas for how the site could serve you better, either in content or organization.
Congratulations David, on the good work and your willingness to serve the Lord.
The site looks great guides and the resources are excellent.
Looking forward to seeing more from you guys. Keep up the good work.
The mobile/responsive design is way better! Thanks!
Looks so much better and fresh! Great work guys :)