By Christopher Mann for ReSermon.com
The case for leveraging your spoken content into greater, repurposed value in the public square.
If you have been teaching long enough, you've heard that line. And, they're probably right; you should write that down, but who has the time?
An average speaker will speaking at around 100-200 words per minute and at the end of an hour, he might utter around 6,000 words. The question becomes, how do you capture that value and leverage it? Should that value be contained to the walls of a worship center, classroom or lecture hall, or could it be repurposed into greater venues like blog entries (typically 300-500 words each), social media posts (15-100 words each), editorial articles (800-1500 words each) or full length books (150,000 words+)?
By English: Cpl Erik Villagran [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons