How to print sermons and resources from the Sermons That Work website

Looking for ways to print sermons and resources from the Sermons That Work website? Now there are several ways to do it.

Sermon and Bulletin Insert Printing

Each sermon and bulletin insert will have a link at the bottom. If you click the link, the document will come up in a new window (make sure your computer allows that by checking the pop-up settings). The documents are in .pdf form and you should be able to print from the new window or download it onto your computer. You can also right-click on the link and tell it to open a new window or tab.

Copy and Paste

The method that gives you the most control over how the printed sermon will appear is to copy the content from the web page and paste it into a blank word-processing document, such as Microsoft Word. Once you have saved the text as a Word document, you can reformat it in any way you’d like.

For further instructions on how to copy and paste from a web page to a text document, see e-How’s  “How to Copy a Web Page to Word.”

Use the Print Icon or Print Menu

On the page for each sermon, article, review or resource, there should be an icon of a printer. If you click that, you will be able to print that page. Alternatively, you can go to the menu in your browser and select “Print,” which automatically prepares the entire web page as a ready-to-print document.  Be aware, though, that both of these options creates a document that includes all of the navigation at the top of the page, as well as the comments section and advertisements at the bottom of the page.


  1. Ellie Dimino says:

    Thank You for your help, here.

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