If you don't want your blog to be tied to your sermons, you could do something like a brief weekly thought that you would record with the video camera at your desk and/or with an audio recording of that same thing. Maybe you could share something at the beginning of the week that people could watch in preparation for the upcoming sermon ... or maybe it would be sort of "teaser" to get people interested in coming on Sunday ... or maybe it's just something your thinking about that you want to interact with others on. You could maybe do a 5-minute video/audio recording that you would then post rather than the previous week's sermon.
Good morning folks! Thanks for joining me again at "Repurposed Churches." I hope you've had a great week. I'd like to share the sermon I preached on Sunday, February 28, 2010 at Rockland Community Church with you (you can access it via this audio link, this youtube link, or the video provided below).
The sermon was titled "The Fox and the Hen" and was based on Luke 13:31-35 (you can click on this link if you would like to read the passage for yourself).
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What questions or comments do you have about the passage or my sermon? Is there something that I said that wasn't clear, that confused you, or that you disagree with. Was there something I said or something that struck you from the passage itself that you'd like to share? What is God doing in your life that may illustrate one or more of the truths found in this passage?
Any thoughts? Anyone?