Would Jesus have a button for donations, $cash partners, financial support, contributions, asset donations upon death, info for willing your home, property or business to Jesus? No of course not, but many preachers do.
Begging for $cash is the primary reason for most "ministry" and church websites. In fact begging for $cash or in many cases demanding false tithes, is the primary reason, for the existence of many churches, large and small. All such sources deny that $money is their reason for preaching, while
they smile all the way to the bank with your $cash donations.
Preachers and website ministries will weep and wail, when they are accused of being $money motivated and that their real reason for existence is your bank account. The pretense is always "great concern" for the salvation of lost souls and that it would be impossible to minister without your
Preachers like to say, that you have a problem with Jesus Christ if you think that tithing is not a New Testament doctrine, because it is the means by which Jesus preaches the Gospel to the world. NOT SO! Jesus is blamed by $money hungry preachers for advancing the fake doctrine of tithing,
when in realty Jesus never had anything to do with ordaining "pastors", implementing organized churches or promoting Jesus Christ, Incorporated, which is a man-made institution (501C3 organizations are man-made, not God made).
If Jesus had a website, He would denounce man-made church organizations, such as splinter groups of the WCG and all other groups, spearheaded by self-"anointed" pastors, who pretend to speak for God/Jesus Christ. Jesus speaks for Himself and has no need of a fake "apostle" Paul, a fake "HWA" or a fake WCG splinter group overlord.