We could show you all sorts of fancy tables with details on pricing packages and break everything down by the dollar, but that’s not our style.
Yes, making sure you can afford to transform your sermons into a book is important, but we really want to talk to you first.
Communication will always be with Caleb Breakey, the founder and CEO of Sermon to Book.com, so you will always be talking with the decision-maker.
Caleb loves talking with pastors.
No sales pitch. We believe our work stands for itself.
We genuinely want to help you start your book ministry.
No time commitment. If you have only 5 minutes, no problem. If you have 30 minutes, great!
I’ll never forget the voicemail I received from Pastor Steve. It was a summer Saturday afternoon and I was playing badminton with my brother-in-laws.
Normally I don’t return business calls on the weekend, but the passion and enthusiasm in this pastor’s voice was too contagious. Pastor Steve told me about a series he’d preached titled, “My Problems Have Purpose,” and I knew right away we needed to talk about publishing his sermon series.
Pastor Steve had his secretary send us his audio files and we said, “Keep being a pastor. We’ll handle everything for you.” So while Pastor Steve continued his duties as a pastor, we at SermonToBook.com set out to turn his sermon series into a book.
We told Pastor Bozeman that we valued keeping his book 100% his—because that’s exactly how it should be. Scribes who wrote down everything Paul said in the New Testament didn’t add in their own opinions.
They wrote down what God was saying through Paul. It’s very important to us to preserve the pastor’s original meaning.
Like so many other Pastor-Authors, we contacted Steve, brimming with excitement for him. Finally, the book was ready. He went on to earn back his total investment in less than 60 days.
The point of this story is to encourage you not to let pricing intimidate you out of pursuing something God has put on your heart. We truly want to partner with you and help you publish your sermon series as a book. I cannot wait to talk with you, pray with you, fellowship with you, and watch God work in your book ministry.
Schedule a call with Sermon to Book Founder Caleb Breakey to find out how pastors have added a book ministry into their budget.
Crowdsourcing allows you to fund your new publishing ministry before your book is even ready. We have even created a special guide that shows you exactly how to use crowdsourcing as a way to raise funds for your book!
Effort required: The more you put in it, the more you will get out of it.
What is your church using its ministry for? Evangelism, events, materials, missions, conferences, retreats, book studies—all of these are great and proven to reach people. Book ministry can reach thousands of people as well, and never stops giving. Can you make room for this ministry?
Effort required: A board meeting with your church's elders to discuss the possibility of placing funds into a Book Ministry budget.
Another great way to save is to tell your pastor friends about SermonToBook.com. If a pastor publishes a book through SermonToBook.com because of your referral, you receive $200 in credit to our services. So, if you are well-known in the pastoral community, it’s not uncommon to make $600-$800 from referrals alone, as some of our pastors have. Our goal is to make referring SermonToBook.com an easy decision for you by providing you with great service, a great book, and a wonderful publishing experience.
Effort required: Emailing a few pastor friends about your experience with Sermon to Book.