Uploading Sermon Audio Online for Free

This is the most annoying part of the whole process: posting your sermon to the Internet. Depending on your Internet connection, this can take ages. There are many places that will host your sermon audio files for a price. I prefer free, though. To do this I use archive.org. This website is technically a library, and works at archiving all types of media. The best part is they will host your original media for free.

Creating Things You Don’t Like

One thing that just about everyone messes up when designing a church website, is creating something the intended audience will like. This is fine if you’re trying to reach people that are just like you. However, I bet you’re trying to market to people that are very different from you. This is not just true for website design; it is true for every piece of marketing for your church or Christian organization: from the domain name, to paper flyers, to music in the church.

Recording the Audio From a Sermon

The first part of posting sermons online is to record them. You can of course bring in a digital recorder and record it that way. However, that would lead to very bad sound quality. The best way to get good audio is to have your pastor use a microphone, and record the sermon off the sound system.