Birthed From Every Pastor’s Tension

It happens almost weekly… that moment where the Holy Spirit gives you an idea about a sermon.  The feeling is powerful and exciting, but quickly turns into a burden that you must share with all who are willing to hear.  For most of us “sermon-prep Pastor guys” the next step would be to start diving into our Bible to explore the burden.  You and I have both experienced the thumbing through God’s word with a frenzy that makes it appear that we wont’ have the Bible tomorrow.  Yes, in the moment… it’s that important – and should always be.  These moments are special, and almost indescribable.

Fast-forward hours upon hours, and more hours of study and sermon prep…

An idea is there, the concept is coming together.  God has refined the message in your heart.  Now…

What goes on the screens? What do we do for a sermon notes header? How can we promote this?  You know you can’t show up with a blank screen or just casually place text for the sermon notes header.  If you are lucky enough to have a volunteer or staff member who is good at graphic design, you might be able to have them work up something if they have the time.  Or, if you have enough budget money, you hire a contract designer to bring the sermon to life visually.  If things are hairy, you turn to your administrative assistant – or wife (you know you do it), for a PowerPoint with a title and the scripture.

What if there was a solution to this tension?  The fun part for you is the study, and sermon prep… creating the visual content is often just another stressful burden. But how necessary that burden is as it is going to supply your audience with the first glimpse of what inspired those hours of study and sermon-prep to begin with.

SermonPackages.com was birthed from that very tension most of us Pastors deal with.  We wanted to take incredible, hand-crafted, and theologically accurate visual content and make it available to every church.  We didn’t want to create just another church media site… it’s all about the sermon, and birthed from that divine inspiration came it’s visual content.