This is part 3 of the Increase Your Sermon’s Lifespan series. In the last post for this series I discussed how to record your sermon.
Recording your sermon is the most important thing you can do to extend its life. However, if recording your sermon (video and audio) is the most important thing, having digital text is a very close second.
Although audio and video are on the rise, text is still the most popular form of learning, transmitting, and storing information.
Having you message written digitally will resource every idea coming up in this series that does not deal with video or audio.
3 ways to write down your sermon:
When you are preparing your sermon, write it out in a word for word manuscript. Having a full manuscript of your message saved will allow you to do so much more with it. You will be able to either use the entire message or copy and paste portions of it for whatever you wish. Continue Reading…