Make your sermons Accessible, Searchable, Projectable.
ReSermon helps a pastor "squeeze more juice" out of each sermon. The big idea is to make sermon content more accessible, searchable, and projectable for a broader reach (evangelism) and deeper impact (discipleship) for today's listeners and readers. We do this through seminars, training, and direct consultation. How can we help you?
With you for the gospel,
“ReSermon helped my team understand how to multiply the impact of our weekly worship. Now, more people are listening to our sermons every week and attendance has increased.”
-- Pastor Greg Byman, Senior Pastor, St Joe Community Church.
“I initially struggled to get my head around the ReSermon concept, but anybody who knows me knows that I love big ideas, and the ReSermon is indeed a very big idea. The church needs this big idea.”
--Pastor Donovan Coley
ReSermon taught me to see so many “low-hanging fruit” opportunities for sermon audience expansion for even my small budget. Now I'm casting my ministry net farther than I thought possible. The church needs these tools.”
--Pastor Matt Kennedy, Senior Pastor of Dillman Church
“On one hand, ReSermon is hardly new. On the other, it’s radical. Turning sermons into essays and books is as old as parchment; national ministries do this all the time. The unique thing about ReSermon is that they teach local-level pastors with no staff and no budget to leverage powerful tools to reach Fort Wayne for Christ.”
--Dale Gerke, General Manager, Bott Radio Network of Fort Wayne
“Sure, there are some mainstream newspaper editors who have a bias against faith, but believe it or not, many actually practice the diversity they preach. That’s an opportunity for you to get more juice out of your sermon. I’m excited to see ReSermon helping pastors return to this abandoned mission field – the public square.”
– Dr. Les Sillars, Patrick Henry College, World Magazine and ReSermon Institute faculty.
“Use ‘em or lose ‘em. Culturally, we’re at a point now where if pastors don’t speak up and use their religious liberties, they’re going to lose them. I’m thankful for ReSermon helping the pastoral voice return to the public square.”
--Curt Smith, Chairman, Indiana Family Institute and ReSermon Institute faculty.