Sermon Publishing with Logos Bible Software

Print Friendly and PDF

If you use Logos, you may already know that the Sermon Builder tool allows you to create your sermon, including notes and info, all within Logos Bible Software. But did you know that you can set your sermons to be automatically published to Logos Sermons and your Faithlife group? Once published, your sermon can be easily shared over social media, podcast, or on your church's website. Learn more about the automatic publishing process below.

Note: Head over to the Logos Help Center for a video series explaining how to plan, prep, and present your sermon with Logos.


Create Your Sermon in Logos

First, create your sermon in Logos using Sermon Builder. At the top of the sermon, set the date of the sermon to the date you'll be delivering it. In this same section, you can add tags and other metadata that will stay attached to your sermon when it is published.

Tip: The more metadata, including tags, you add to your sermon, the easier it will be for others to find it when they search for it.


You can set your sermons to auto-publish to Logos Sermons from right within the sermon document. You can choose to publish your sermon to your user account on Logos Sermons, or to your Faithlife church group. Check or uncheck the box at the top of the sermon's info pane to turn auto-publish on or off.


Automatically Publishing Sermons Using Proclaim

When you export your sermon to Proclaim from Logos, a draft of the sermon is automatically created on Logos Sermons (don't worry—this won't create a duplicate when it's time to publish). Once you're done recording your sermon in Proclaim, you can publish it. Publishing your sermon from Proclaim will update your sermon recording with the audio/video recordings and change it from a draft to a published sermon on Logos Sermons.

Additionally, publishing your sermon through Proclaim will create an automatic post to notify members of your church group that it's available.

Was this article helpful?
Suggest an improvement or request a feature

Can't find what you need? Give us a call!