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7 Sandvox sites tagged “spiritual”

Bewegingswerkplaats de Blauwe Draak

Bewegingswerkplaats de Blauwe Draak

“Raw HTML to embed Google videos. I just did it yesterday for the first time. Also, linking to other pages in the website is very useful because you make it easy to visit other pages. And, I recently made a connection to my business page on Facebook.” — Maurice WM Brands

David K. Aycock

David K. Aycock

“I only used my own word and photos in my website. I have used clip art and non-original material in a previous incarnation of my site, but wanted this redesign to be all mine.” — David K. Aycock

Remnant Media International

Remnant Media International

“I chose a space theme because I believe that God created all things and I am fascinated with space. The phrase "we are not alone" can be taken two ways, but the scripture I reference nails it down that Jesus is with us till the end of the age so "we are not alone". :-)” — John Korbelik

Common Sense Kundalini

Common Sense Kundalini

“We created a page on stillness. It was the first instance of using the carousel widget code from Amazon.” — JJ Semple

St Martin's, Welton

St Martin's, Welton

“The church members love the new website and look forward to using the calendar to keep track of upcoming events. They can also read the vicar's latest sermon in case they fell asleep in church when it was being delivered!” — Chrys Tremththanmor

Dr. Catherine P. Perry, M.Ed., DD Author, Spiritual Healer

Dr. Catherine P. Perry, M.Ed., DD Author, Spiritual Healer

“My Web site helped me to have a professional online presence that attracted a producer to invite me as a guest on a popular radio show! He Googled me to check out who I am ~ He was satisfied that my business is legitimate and that I am the expert I purport to be.” — Catherine P. Perry

Golden Flower Meditation

Golden Flower Meditation

“We used our Life Force Books site for a marketing test to see whether people would discover JJ Semple's second book, "The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death." When he finished the book, we printed up some "Publisher's Bound Galleys." These look just like a real book, but are...” — JJ Semple