Media: Contact Christopher Mann at (m/t) 260.508.3136 or Institute@ReSermon.com.
Institute will teach pastors, staff and volunteers how to repurpose sermon content into blogs, books and more for deeper ministry impact.
Fort Wayne—ReSermon Institute announced a new seminar to teach pastors how to repurpose sermon content into other media like podcasts, editorials, social media posts, books and more. The seminar is open to pastors, staff and volunteers involved in helping their respective ministries serve the greater northern Indiana and Ohio communities.
“I am extremely grateful to ReSermon for helping us multiply the impact of our weekly worship. As a pastor who only uses outlines to preach, ReSermon creates the transcript for me, which makes it much easier to expand the reach of my message in many forms and places. People are accessing our audio files weekly, and we are already hearing that first-time worship guests have listened to sermons before deciding to attend. St Joe Community Church is excited to host Fort Wayne’s first ReSermon Institute on November 9th!” – Greg Byman, Senior Pastor, St Joe Community Church.
ReSermon repurposes sermon or lecture content into the public square. ReSermon is not a social media platform or dot-com automation service. Rather, we are writers, editors, publicists and other creatives who help pastors extend and leverage their preached Word of God into a diversity of online and print formats for maximum optimal ministry impact. ReSermon.com turns a sermon, lecture, radio show, or the like into podcasts, vlogcasts, blog posts, social media posts, editorials, books and more. In 2018, ReSermon.com begins sponsoring periodic ReSermon Institute seminars that focus on aspects of sermon repurposing. To sign up for the ReSermon.com newsletter or learn more about an Institute near you, see below.
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