Welcome to the new site! Part 2
In Part 1 of this two part blog posting, we discussed the move to the new site, why some things have been dramatically changed (such as membership) and provided an overview of the People section of the website. In Part 2, we continue to highlight new features of the site.
Events: Let us know if you have an event coming up and we'll help you promote it! You can let us know about it by simply clicking the Submit an Event button on the Events page. Our Featured Event on the homepage will also be featured in the sidebar on most pages except Resources.
Resources: Definitely the area of the site where we've spent the most time. We wanted to be sure we got it right, so we explored a number of options, refining this section until literally the last day. I hope you find the resources fun to browse and easy to use. Newsletters, articles, links to blogs/websites, and audio/video are in the Media section, while more structured program resources are in the Featured and Popular tabs. You can also browse by category on the left menu.
About: Find more information about NEHM, health ministry, and our partners.
Blog: In our blog, we'll continue to highlight successful ministry programs and share thoughts on current health issues. We now have the ability to have guest blog posts as well, which will allow us to have additional insights from health leaders around the country.
Contact: You can use this form to contact us. Our direct contact information is at the bottom of every page on the website as well.
We're proud of the new site and hope you like it as much as we do. Not only is the site easier to use from a user standpoint, but it's also easier to use from a development standpoint as well. This will lead to an increase in meaningful, useful information updated on a regular basis.
Finally, we would be remiss if we did not draw attention to the fine work of SmallBoxWeb.com. They've truly been a joy to work with and we're grateful for their dedication in delivering us a new website that will allow us to better fulfill our mission in the coming years.
Please let us know what you think of the new site. We're eager to hear your feedback!