This resource is to provide a convenient and systematic way for people in the pews to remember and incorperate more of what they are hearing on Sunday mornings or at other times during the year. Many will use the space to record how they are being shaped as believers, which makes this resource a sort of journal in whihc to record spiritual growth in addition to sermon notes. You might also use this notebook for insights gained during weekly Bible study or small group meetings. Pastors might chose to use it as a resource to record their thoughts and ideas as they prepare sermons. Bible study leaders or church school teachers might find it useful to record notes while preparing to lead or teach. Regardless of the way this resource will be used, it will surely be something you'll want to keep near you to record your spiritual life.
Some churches provide a little space in bulletins for sermon notes, but they are easily lost. Help has arrived. A Sermon Notebook offers space to record the date, speaker, title of the sermon, relevant Scripture passages, and personal notes for over a year.