edit: Just noticed this is from Sep. 9th.
I really only read the first 2 comments on this topic, the rest seems like a debate, forgive me if I just re-iterate some replies..
At first, I thought it was a bit too strong too (I`m a Christian), I could see it driving away a lot of potential Athiest/etc. clients, especially clients of a different religion.
But, I felt really bad saying that and decided to talk to my mom about it (who is also a true Christian) and she brought up a good point after I read it to her: On the About Us page, it`s really not pushing Christianity on anyone, just giving credit where credit is due.
So, it`s really up to you but I don`t believe you should separate Christianity with your business; just target churches/etc. more heavily than other places (who really do need a lot of photography I think - pamphlets/flyers?). Also, watch out - people tend to prey on people like you a lot more than than most others, faith is often confused with stupidity and gullibility.
God bless and good luck. :)
p.s., I just noticed this is a website critique. I got caught up in thinking it was a debate about Christianity + business.
The website design isn`t good, not exactly bad but too plain. You don`t have to hire a professional web designer if you lack the funds, just experiment with free templates (Google "free website? templates" for a list of sites) a bit. Read a few tutorials (w3schools.com is good - (X)HTML/CSS), and ask on various forums like SitePoint for example, when you run into trouble.
JesseMia1/9/2009 11:05 AM