It takes hours to prepare a sermon—then it’s preached in less than one. And in a few days, even the most intent listeners won’t remember what they learned. How can you help make sure your sermons have a chance at being remembered and, more importantly, acted on?
Make good use of sermons well after they’re preached.
Here are five of the simplest ways to reuse your sermons and keep biblical truth top of mind during the week.
1. Sermon podcast
Podcasting may not have all the flash and sizzle of viral videos—but it has arguably more impact. Once someone finds a podcast they like, they’ll probably listen more than once and could even share it with others. Podcasts have steadily gained in popularity, with over half of Americans saying they’ve listened to a podcast.
It’s so easy to tune into a podcast while doing everyday tasks like cooking, cleaning, or commuting. So when your church turns sermons into a podcast, you’re providing another way…