Update: The offer for a free sermon transcription if you mention this blog expires June 30, 2011. Also, they are now offering a straight verbatim option in their levels of transcription, if you are looking for a less expensive option than the version that includes editing. You can contact them at emily [at] sermontranscribers [dot] net for a quote.

To my knowledge there are not a lot of sermon transcription businesses currently available through the web. Some folks from our church have recently started one, and I’m happy to recommend their work. They have a love of God’s word and a passion for accuracy and excellence, and they can have the transcriptions back to you in a few days. I think this is a helpful service if you’re pastor doesn’t write out a full manuscript and yet you want sermons posted online to be read. It can also be helpful for those who want to take a sermon and develop it into an article, book manuscript, etc.

A couple of deals:

  • If you mention my name, your first transcript is free (so you can “test drive” it).
  • If you sign up for a six-month contract, you get 10% off.

They offer various packages and levels of formatting. If you want to see a sample basic transcript, here’s a PDF of a sermon I gave on Sanctity of Life Sunday.

Again, I’m happy to recommend their work.