ReSermon 201 is premised on a very simple concept: Most people speak at about 150 words per minute. If your sermon is 30 minutes long, you've preached about 4,500 words. After you whittle down the "verbal clutter" of ums, uhs, and so forth, a pastor might have the equivalent of:
> ten 400-word blog posts;
> three or four 750-word editorials that can run on a newspaper's opinion page;
> or 1/20th of a 100,000 word book.
(In other words, every 20 weeks, you have effectively preached the length of an average 300 page book,)
ReSermon takes your spoken content and does about 95% of the repurposing work in preparation for your sermon's engagement in the public square. You have to ultimately sign off on the work, because it is your words and ideas. The net result is that ReSermon quickly and efficiently repurposes your preached content into a variety of channels into the public square.
ReSermon will ensure yours is intentional, punctual, edited, punctual and, generally, excellent.
ReSermon staff have written editorials for venues like World Magazine, New York Times, Washington Post, Crosswalk.com, Christianity Today, and more. We have the talent to help you editorially prepare for a public square that thinks you and your gospel is boring and irrelevant. Let's prove otherwise.
ReSermon's editors are ready to repurpose your sermons into manuscripts ready for self, professional and even scholarly publishing, all the while incrementally building up an audience through a concurrent editorial and blogging platform.
ReSermon can help you adapt to the new norm of today's congregation and tomorrow's public square by developing your customized phone and/or table app.
That, my friend, is ReSermon 201
Yes, there is certainly more you can do to distribute your sermon in the public square, but those tactics largely depend on building and deploying the infrastructure in ReSermon 101 and 201. If you have the above already done, then let's explore ReSermon 301.