How Pastors Become First-Time Authors Without Typing a Single Word


As a pastor in your community, do you have a God-inspired book idea that you’ve been wanting to develop, but just haven’t yet? Maybe you haven’t become an author for one of these valid reasons: “I’m too busy running our church to write a book” “I’d rather spend my free time with my family” “I have inspired ideas but lack the writing skills” “I wouldn’t know how to turn my sermons into a book..


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3 Reasons Why You Should Write A Book This Year


Book sales and readership are on a dramatic rise. Surprisingly, despite our moment-to-moment, distraction-filled world, people are taking more time to nurture their life with impactful books. With that in mind, here are my 3 reasons why you should write another book this year... 1. A new book means a new audience. If you have a book, you have influence—but that doesn’t mean your influence has peaked. One of the best ways to extend your influence is to write another book. Th..


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The Secret to These Best-Selling Authors and Keynote Speakers: A Sermon Series


And just like that, a new year is upon us. As I reflect on 2018, I am overwhelmingly humbled by the life-changing work God has allowed us to accomplish through Sermon to Book. In 2018 we were able to publish twenty—that’s right, twenty—new books that are making a difference in this world, books that would never have existed if it weren’t for pastors deciding to turn their sermons into books. Amazing. As a pastor, you have accumulated years, possibly decades, of ..


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3 Reasons Why Pastors Never Write Their Book


Writing a book has probably been on your to-do list for far too long. It’s your “maybe someday,” your “pipe dream,” your “after I finish X, Y, and Z.” You’ve spent thousands of hours writing sermons, but you just can’t seem to get a book out the door. So why hasn’t it happened? It’s surely not that you aren’t capable. In fact, you’re probably a highly capable individual. Anyone who can juggle everything that come..


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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Writing a Book


Statistics show that 81% of Americans want to write a book. And the sad part is that a lot of the people who really should write a book are too busy changing lives to put everything on pause to write one—especially pastors! If you’re wondering which category you fall into, ask yourself a few questions first: 1. WHO WILL YOUR BOOK HELP THE MOST? The most important question to ask about your book idea is: Will it help someone? For example: Say you are having a ..


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The #1 Solvable Problem That’s Severely Hurting Pastors’ Ministry Reach


Every week you spend hours upon hours pouring into your message for that Sunday. Brainstorming, outlining, researching, editing, practicing—it’s a lot of work. Then, you preach it for your congregation, it gets archived, maybe the audio even gets uploaded for those who missed it, and then it gets largely forgotten. Few in the congregation can remember which sermon was preached last week—let alone a month or year ago. You put in all of that work for it ..


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2 Simple Reasons Why Writing A Book Is A Sign Of Humility


1. WRITING A BOOK HOLDS YOU TO THE STANDARD THE GOSPEL CALLS FOR. Writing a book breaks you from the danger of only sharing your thoughts within an echo chamber. Because chances are, you preach to a congregation that largely agrees with you. This is valuable, important work to be doing, but you might be missing out on valuable conversations with those outside your circle. There’s a great benefit to being challenged, and that’s the territory that comes with publishing a book. ..


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