"Aren't you afraid someone will use your music and not pay for it?" I realize there will be a certain percentage of people who will do that. I'll never know who they are - but God knows; therefore, it's between them and God. I personally wonder how He would feel about someone worshipping Him with music they've neglected to pay for. But that's not my concern. My concern is to make the music available to as many people as possible.
"Can I submit music to be published on your site?" Unfortunately, I'm not set up to handle other composers' music right now, so please don't send me any music. (For copyright reasons i can't even look at it.) But you can certainly publish your own site. If I can do it, anyone can! (Computers and I get along like oil and water. I'm pretty sure I can hear my computer laughing at me every time I boot it up. And every tech-support guy in America knows me by my first name.) Your own ISP may even include the tools to build and publish a free web site.
"What do you use for music notation software?" I use Finale. It's the only notation software I've used, so I'm not qualified to make comparisons to other software. Initially, it has a steep learning curve - especially for a computer-challenged dinosaur like me. But once I got the hang of it I found that it can do everything I need fairly easily. You can get more info about Finale at: www.makemusic.com.
"What's with the name 'Christian Hill'?" In the late 19th century, the town I live in had nicknames for its various neighborhoods. There was "Swedeville", "Germantown", "Cork", "The Flats", "Skunk Hollow", etc. Our house is adjacent to what was called the "Christian Hill" neighborhood. Besides the historical significance, it seemed a most appropriate name under which to publish Christian music. (Good thing we don't live in the Skunk Hollow neighborhood!!)