PWDI Support

Professional Website Design International, as a company, strives to give its customers the best possible relations it can.  PWDI believes that if you give a customer the attention and work ethic they desire, they will come back for more.  That is why PWDI goes out of it's way to get the customer what they want

Product and service support is seen through different areas of our company.  First, there is our attitude.  Second, is our promises.  Last, is our quality.  They say the best defence is a good offence. Well the best way to fix something is to make it right the first time.  At PWDI we create things that last, or that can change with the times.


Jesus said that God is the same yesterday, today, and forever.  He is the only un-changing factor in our universe.  Science is continually changing our view of our place in the universe, fiction is constantly challenging us to believe new and different ideals, and fantasy is always bringing us to a mythical never-never land.  Jesus Christ, however, will not change.  He is the everlasting father.  

Christians are guaranteed hope in this truth.  Because God is the same, because he is a constant denominator, we have the assurance that his promises are true and his word is sincere.  If you want to receive Christ into your life and have the assurance of salvation from the only person in the world who will keep by his word no matter what, all you have to do is take it.  The Bible says that salvation is a free gift which you must accept through faith in Jesus Christ.  That he has washed away your sins, that you are clothed in righteousness.  Probably the best thing to do is go see someone you know who is already a Christian and talk to them about it so you can understand better. There are sites on the net, or you can send e-mail to webmaster@pwdi.net.

Darwin Awards:

He just wanted some privacy. Daniel Jones suffocated when a sandy 8-foot hole caved in as he relaxed inside it on a beach chair. Observers on the Outer Banks beach in Buxton, NC said he might have dug the hole for privacy and for protection from the wind. Beach-goers used their hands and plastic toy shovels in an unsuccessful attempt to claw their way to Jones. "You wouldn't believe the outpouring of concern, people digging with their hands, using pails from kids," Dare County Sheriff Bert Austin said. Rescue workers with heavy equipment took nearly hour to free him from 5 feet of sand, while 200 people looked on. The 21-year-old resident of Woodbridge, VA was pronounced dead on December 4, 1997.