This update fixes a bug in version 2.0 which was causing unnecessary alerts upon launch. Version 2.0 is the first release which supports syncing sermons through iCloud.
Finally, Sermon Design 2.0 is available for download or as an update through the Mac App Store. This version adds iCloud support as mentioned here. I hope it’s useful for you! If you haven’t already purchased Sermon Design, you can
I’m excited to announce that Sermon Design has been approved for the iOS app store, and the version for iPhones can now be downloaded here! This has been a goal for a while now, and I really excited about how
I’m super excited to announce that the first version of Sermon Design for iOS has been submitted and is now waiting for approval from Apple for the App Store. The wait time seems to be about eight days, so hopefully
We make tools. It’s part of what humans do. We have problems, and we make tools to help us solve our problems. Hammers, hatchets, languages, pencils, spaceships, spoons…We make tools. We make tools, but it’s also true that our tools
Yesterday Apple cleared version 1.3 for the Mac App Store, so if you’ve already purchased the app, you should already see the update as available. This update prepares the app for use in OS X Mavericks (10.9), which will be
Here is a demo of how you can use the “structure” phase of the Sermon Design App to give structure to your sermon, either using the palette of movements or a sermon form template. If you haven’t picked it up
Version 1.2 of sermon design has hit the Mac App Store! I’m super excited to share with you some of the new sermon movements and forms are that are included in this version of the app. In the “movements” category,