Start Transcribing Your Sermons This Sunday

Sermon transcription gives you new and improved ways to:

  • Make your sermons accessible to anyone with impaired hearing
  • Help others engage further with your sermon throughout the week
  • Keep a searchable record of what you’ve preached

And in Sermons and Proclaim, sermon transcription is as simple as a few clicks.
Learn how to transcribe sermons using Proclaim.

How it works

Sermon transcription revolves around three features:

1) Closed-captioned video playback.  

Read along with the sermon audio in real time.
Live sermon transcription

2) Sermon tone analysis.

Assess the emotional quality of your sermon by analyzing its words.

3) Searchable audio/video.

Get an archive of your work and help other people search your content.

Each sermon costs just $1 to transcribe, which enables all these features. You can buy several credits at once, too, so you don’t have to process a payment each time you go to transcribe a sermon.

How to get started

If you use Proclaim, learn how to transcribe your sermon. It’s as simple as a few clicks, and then you can access your transcript in Sermons.

If you use Sermons, you can upload a sermon transcript right to Sermons and use the tone analysis.

Don’t have either one? Start a trial of both. Together they work powerfully to extend the impact of your sermons.

Written by
Matthew Boffey

Matthew Boffey (MDiv, Trinity International University) is the pastor of worship at Christ Church Bellingham. He is also editor-in-chief of Ministry Team magazine, has edited several books, and has written for several blogs and publications, including Relevant online, the Logos blog, and the Faithlife blog.

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