For Pastors: Guide to Writing A Sermon

Many pastors research, study, and write weekly to deliver a new sermon to their congregation every Sunday, often starting this process all over again on Monday. It can be challenging to engage your people but also to get your sermon to live on past Sunday morning. Whether you’re preparing your first sermon or just trying to improve, you’ll find lots of great articles here on how to write impactful sermons.

Sermon Writing Tips

Not every pastor has the same process for writing sermons, but no matter your process, these articles will help you get started as you prepare a new sermon or sermon series.


How to choose a topic, study, write, and revise your weekly message as well as tips on using your sermon content beyond Sunday mornings.

Digital Sermon Tips

It takes a lot of effort to prepare your sermons every week. Don’t let all that effort go to waste; use these digital sermon tips to expand the life of your sermon.


The best tips on going digital and live streaming your sermons so your congregation can watch your sermons anytime, anywhere.


In addition to Pushpay’s digital giving technology for churches, we also provide useful resources for pastors, from other pastors and members of church communities worldwide. Click here to discover our stewardship resources for pastors and churches.

Holiday Sermon Ideas

As the seasons change, be prepared with new holiday sermon ideas. You’ll find ideas and examples for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter sermons, along with more in the articles below.


How to write great sermons for a particular holiday so you can recognize and celebrate the season while teaching God’s word.

Sermon Inspiration

Coming up with new sermon inspiration every week can be challenging. Check out the articles below to get some fresh ideas.


Engaging sermon ideas to help inspire your next sermon as well as tips on extending the life of these sermons to get the most out of them.

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