Extensive experience…

…in speaking, writing, web, and consulting services. Check out these various Flash Point projects!

Van Engen Message Of Hope

Van Engen Message of Hope Radio Spot

In response to flooding in Nebraska, Van Engen hired Mike to write and record a 60 second radio spot with a message of hope for their community. Use the player below to listen to the spot.

Broken & Hopeful

Broken & Hopeful

Flash Point transferred Broken & Hopeful’s WordPress site, including a couple hundred blogs with images, over to Squarespace. They also setup a store with the ability to sell physical and digital products as well as event registrations. The new site was designed to appeal predominately to a female audience the largest constituency of Broken & Hopeful.

Kids

Work with Children

Jill has worked with children for years. She was a missionary with a focus on reaching kids, she oversaw a home church children’s program, is a homeschool mom, and is currently working with Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church as the Elementary Specialist. She has and continues to develop her own children’s curriculum.

 
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Emmanne Ministries

Flash Point used Squarespace to design and develop Emmanne Ministries’ website. Warm color tones were used to highlight their excellent photography. The site has photo and video galleries, email sign up, and a clear call to action “Donate” button. The site was built within budget and provides an excellent platform for Emmanne to accomplish their mission of Sharing Life - Bringing Hope.

Guest Speaker at New Covenant Church

Guest Speaker at New Covenant Church

In May of 2017 Mike was a guest speaker at New Covenant Church in Lincoln, NE.

Auto Service House

Auto Service House

Flash Point created a new modernized design and edited content for Auto Service House’s website. They also moved their site to Squarespace providing them the ability to make updates on their own. The site is mobile friendly, which is essential since many of their clientele visit the site on a phone when they're having car issues.

 
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Speaker for a Women’s Group

Jill speaking to a women’s group at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church in 2018. She helped lead a study on contentment out of the book of Numbers and worked with a team to develop and teach a study out of the Psalms.

Three Fountains HOA

THREE FOUNTAINS HOA

Flash Point designed and developed Three Fountains HOA a website for communicating with their homeowners. It’s built in Squarespace. The site provides a community calendar of events, a listing of downloadable documents, and community newsletters filterable by the topics addressed.

Nonprofit Leadership Podcast Guest

Nonprofit Leadership Podcast Guest

Mike was a guest in October 2016 with host Rob Harter for a 35 minute interview.

 
Guest on John Rush Radio Show

GUest on John Rush Radio Show

Mike was a guest multiple times on the Rush to Reason radio show. He also guested on Traci Rock’s radio show The Real Traci Rock. Listen to his June 2016 Rush to Reason appearance.

Kahn Construction

Kahn Construction

Flash Point designed and developed Kahn Construction’s website using Squarespace when their site was completely lost due to a server crash. Flash Point’s rapid response had them back online in two weeks with a professional and mobile responsive website.

Encouragement Letters Sent to Mailing List

Author of Monthly Encouragement Letters

Mike wrote monthly encouragement letters to a national mailing list of 5,000+ subscribers. Digital versions of these letters were posted on Exchanged Life Ministries’ blog.

 
Abiding in Agape Ministries

Abiding in Agape Ministries

Flash Point used Squarespace to design and develop Abiding in Agape Ministries’ website. Their site has a clean look, blog, video archive, and email sign up. Donorbox with clear calls to action was used to simplify and streamline the donating process. These features, all built within budget, provide AIAM an excellent platform for interacting with constituents.

Conference Speaking

Conference Speaking

Mike has led conferences all over the US. One participant said, “The realities of the gospel were communicated to me in a way I had never heard before…I feel like I stepped across the border into a new country, where the language and the way of life was different from what I was accustomed to, and now it finally feels like home.”