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Kanique Nugent, Webmaster
Chris Walker, MT News (e-Newsletter)
Our web site had its humble beginnings in February 2002 to highlight the news and events about our church.
In March of 2002 we registered our domain name as miracletemplesda.org and launched our church web presence. Since those days our site has undergone many revisions and changes (four to date).
In May 2003 we changed our web address to miracletemple.net.
From the beginning, the goal of this site has been and will continue to be to bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ. By sharing with the world what the Lord is doing at our church, we also hope to be an encouragement to everyone who visits our web site.
This site was originally created with Front Page Express. As the site grew, we grew into Front Page 98 and then 2000. We were using Macromedia Studio MX 8 and Adobe Photoshop CS 2 and we have found it to meet and exceed all of our needs. As of January 1, 2006 we moved to a content management system called Adventist Church Connect that allowed us to create a dynamic database driven web site. We also provide live and archived web streaming in partnership with Praizevision.com and LightSource.com.
In March of 2009, the site received a new facelift! It was redesigned by the then webmaster Kanique Mighty-Nugent and web developer Henry McEachnie via the use of Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Adobe Dreamweaver CS3.
In August 2012 the site was redesigned and became Version 3.0! Also redesigned by the still webmaster, Kanique Mighty-Nugent via the use of Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Dreamweaver CS6.
In October 2014 the site got a new look, Version 4.0. Redesigned by the still webmaster, Kaniqe Mighty-Nugent this new site was built with W3C-compliant HTML5 and CSS3 code.
Any suggestions or general questions should be directed to our webmaster.
“Building a website is easy. Building a good website is more difficult. Building a good website that people use on an ongoing basis is a commitment.”