To begin, log in to sermons.logos.com, and click My sermons.
Find the sermon you want to share, select it to navigate to the sermon’s landing page, and click Share.
You can share your sermon on social media, in an email, or with a direct link. A preview of the shared sermon displays below.
Share by Embed
If you use a website solution other than WordPress, Logos Sermons provides a generic Embed code you can use on your site. Before you copy the code, configure it to your needs. A preview displays below so you can see how the embed will appear on your site.
To make it mobile-friendly, select Make responsive (dynamically scale iframe).
When you’re happy with your configuration, copy the code to use on your website. If you want to embed auto-updating code that will include newly added sermons, click the box next to Auto-update when new content is published.
Share by Podcast
Logos Sermons auto-generates a working RSS feed which you can subscribe to in any podcast player. To distribute the link on your website, copy the URL and share it on your website.
You may want to add a podcast image before sharing your RSS link. You can do this by clicking your username followed by Podcast Settings.
Most podcast directories ask for a contact email as part of the feed to display to users. You can supply this right beside your podcast's cover image.
To make your podcast findable without your specific RSS link, you can register with various podcast directories, like Apple, Stitcher, and Google Play. This will ensure users can find your church’s sermons without your RSS feed.
For more help with Podcasts in Logos Sermons, see the Podcasting Sermon Recording help article. For directions on adding your RSS feed to a directory, consult with the provider’s support articles: Apple, Stitcher, and Google Play.
Share with WordPress
If you host your site with WordPress, you can download and install the Logos Sermons WordPress plugin. Follow the steps for installation and usage listed on the share screen below. Be sure to substitute your Account ID number for the sample ID listed below.
For more help installing the WordPress plugin, click here.