Brother Ray had indicated that his current website had been donated to him, but that he had not been able to access it because he had misplaced his login information and he was unable to retrieve his login information from the people that were hosting his website. His website content had not been updated in several years and he wanted to get the website going again.
After the service, I reviewed the Boltz Family prayer card and did some research. I found that the domain on his prayer card was not registered and had no website attached to it. I called brother Boltz up and we had a conversation about it.
The domain on the prayer card was guyanamissionaryteam.com. Brother Ray said that there was another ministry that they had recently taken over (Guyana Baptist Ministries). He wanted to know if guyanabaptistministries.com was available (it was). After some more conversations, Brother Boltz asked if both domains could point to the same website. I told him they could.
I told Brother Ray I would register both domains, and build the website, using the content from his existing website. If, he was able to get the old domain back we could always park that on top of the two new domains.
The Boltz family will be heading back to Guyana, and then returning back to the area for a wedding of one of their daughters in a couple of weeks, and we are planning on getting together and talking about what they want to do with their website going forward.