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New website launched for Christians Sharing Christ Film Ministries
Article posted December 11, 2013 at 3:03 PM
Christians Sharing Christ Film Ministries is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, located on the web at www.cscfm.org.
The site features many helpful new features, including missionary updates, photos, videos, newsletter signup, various donation options, and an updated news system to keep visitors informed and up-to-date about Christians Sharing Christ Film Ministries.
We would like to thank Micah Touchet of New Birth Creative Design Agency for his gift of time, energy and expertise in the development of the new website. In particular, Micah’s artistic skills have been invaluable for creating an appealing and pleasing presentation. Micah is continuing to assist our ministry by hosting and maintaining our website. Thank you Micah!!
Christians Sharing Christ Film Ministries will be adding more information to the site as time progresses.
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