A revolutionary new way for pastors to build their sermons.
About the Project
We need your help to put the finishing touches on the Sermonary software. We also want your support to get the word out.
- Founder: Justin Trapp
- Company: Sermonary
- Goal: $10,000.00
- Entry Level Price: $50.00
- Campaign Ended On: August 31, 2017
- Delivery Date: September 2017
"About the Project" and "Claims" content are taken from the campagin as is.
New Sermon Building Software
The solution to make this claim possible is software written from scratch. Be aware of the time required as well as time it takes to beta test and polish the final product. The need for something besides Microsoft Word or Pages for Pastors to write their sermon has been identified and targeted with Sermonary.
A completely new way to build your sermon. Now you can write your message piece by piece, block by block, using our Sermonary editor.
There are certain ways to set up different cloud software to achieve similar setups, but the Sermonary software potentially relieves the Pastors from going great lengths to set up that perfect layout. With a software designed by a pastor for pastors, Sermonary has a potential for high success and reception.
Sermonary is going to revolutionize the sermon preparation process so church leaders can preach more effectively.
Undoubtedly, Sermonary is intent on allowing the creator of a sermon certain freedoms that relieve stress for preparing a sermon and communicating clearly. However, as with similar software in different industries and other educational style campaigns, there is a high percentage of responsibility that still falls on the discipline and effectiveness of the end user. This software is primed to help prepare a sermon beforehand, but effectiveness and success still battles a plethora of variables.
Custom Sermon Series Package
The details are elusive, but at the highest tier of giving, a custom tailored series package for a pastor could be a beneficial and unique feature.
Sermonary is a product that fulfills a need for a certain audience and is created by a pastor for pastors. Just, the founder, has created tools for church leaders before, through the avenue of Ministry Pass. Sermonary seems to be a periphery of Ministry Pass or at least in the same ball park. With an already existent software and a following of users, Sermonary has several things adding up to make this a successful campaign. Consider the reality that creating software and making if full fledged takes time and a continual maintenance to work through glitches and hiccups.