Wait till you're a church-attending Christian and word gets out
hat you build websites. From then on, your church gets a really nice website. And your pastor is so excited that he tells all his friends. And from on, all the churches in the area are constantly calling with their tales of woe, how someone such-and-such, who was a friend of a friend of a friend of a friend (and everyone liked him) offered to build them a website, but since there was no clear chain of command and no one ever actually bothered to decide exactly who was PAYING for the hosting or domain name, it's now a complete disaster and a wreck and hasn't been updated since Joomla 0.0.0.01 and has a dozen viruses in it. And the original website guy is nowhere to be found. And you, because you're a nice guy and your wife is pretty and smiles at you, you accept yet another hopeless (unpaid) thankless assignment, which will guarantee that you fight with the disgruntled tech guy, the toothless old board members who want blue on the banner instead of red, and the various church members who wall want their "ministries" front and center on the page.
And yes, this article torked me so much I DID sign up for a new account just to comment.