11/16/2010 9:02 AM
When I was in college, I went to a local church with fantastic teaching. At the back of the sanctuary, there was a audio cassette rack where you could pick up a copy of a previous sermon for a one-dollar donation. I loved this cassette rack. I loved that if I had to miss a week of church I could grab the cassette from the rack and play it in my car on the way home. I loved that if there was a sermon that I thought a friend or family member would especially enjoy that I could grab a copy of it and hand it to them.
The days of the audio cassette are over (in most places, I'm assuming.) Most churches made the jump to CDs several years ago and then to the internet. With the technologies available today, sharing a sermon with those you love is easier than ever.
If your church is not already recording and sharing your sermons through your church website, here are four quick reasons that you should start right away:
There are lots of other reasons, I'm sure. Add comment with some of your own. That's it for the "why podcast." Stay tuned over the next few posts for the nuts and bolts of how to pull it off.
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