I have been working on my Church website for a number of years now and while it has gotten better with each itteration, I have come to realize that there really is so much that could be done yet. When I took over our Church website from someone who moved out of state, it was developed entirely in Frontpage and I continued to use that for some time. After I got tired of dealing with the bad code that Frontpage produced I moved the website to Dreamweaver and that made it a little better but I did not have the time to devote to the site that I had in the past. The other issue with using Dreamweaver is that I was testing/developing at home and unless we purchased multiple copies of dreamweaver, I was the only person that could update the site and that did not lend itself to having a lot of fresh content. I spent the last year or so learning the basics of Drupal. Drupal is a content managenment system which I have used to setup our church website so that once I put some basics in place, others can help update the website using only a browser if they have a login to the site. We have started using this new site but as I teach others to use it I find there are many things I am not satisfied with on the site and I want to learn more about CSS, PHP, and MYSQL so I can really do the things that I want on the site. I have found a great resource in a website called www.geeksandgod.com that is a great site that helps people interested in developing church and ministry related websites. I am listening to the podcasts and really coming up with some good ideas. One of the first things I want to do to get to know this platform better is convert this wordpress blog of mine to Drupal 6 to get me more proficcient in the tools that I need. Design is probably one of my biggest hurdles as I am more of a technical guy and not really the artsy creative type. I may need to rely on the advice of others for help there.