You can edit an existing sermon any time on Faithlife Sermons and your changes will display on your website and anywhere else your sermon is published.
1. Select My Sermons.
2. Locate a sermon and select Edit.
Find the sermon you’d like to edit, select it to navigate to the sermon’s landing page. Select Edit in the top right-hand corner of the webpage.
3. Make any necessary edits.
You can edit anything about your sermon, including metadata, images, and transcripts.
Edit the cover image
To change the cover image, select Change cover image, upload a new photo, and click Save.
Edit audio or video files
You can add audio and video files by selecting Add Files.
To remove a file, select the X associated with it.
While editing, you can add or remove any metadata associated with your sermon. Remember, the more information you provide, the easier it will be for people to locate your sermon.
As you add Bible passages and biblical topics, Faithlife Sermons will help you select existing passages and themes respectively. This process helps standardize phrasing and capitalization, which ensures all sermons related to these passages and themes are easily searchable.
Tags are searchable words not associated with Biblical passages or themes. To add multiple tags, include commas between each tag.
Edit the sermon transcript
If your sermon does not include a transcript, you can add one.
To edit an existing sermon transcript, click Edit that appears to the right of Notes & Transcripts.
Note: If you imported a sermon text from a document or from the Logos Sermon Editor, you cannot edit the transcript in Faithlife Sermons. You will need to upload a new version of your transcript or make changes in the Logos Sermon Editor and reimport to make changes to the transcript.
An editing page shows your sermon in two parallel screens. On the left, you can edit the sermon text and it will preview on the right. Click Done when finished.
4. Click Save.
When you’re happy with your changes, click Save. Your changes will propagate everywhere you’ve posted your sermon.