Wednesday, 14 December 2016 14:41

Publisher helps Pastors turn sermons into books.

Eskelin.speakingCHARLOTTE, North Carolina, December 15, 2016 | | – After ghostwriting and editing more than 200 published books, several which have become national bestsellers, Neil Eskelin, publisher of LifeBridge Books, has announced a major expansion of the 14-year-old company to help pastors turn their sermon series into nationally distributed books.

Says Eskelin, “There are outstanding messages being preached in pulpits every week that deserve to have a much wider audience.”               

Whether you have a rough draft or just the transcripts of a sermon or seminar series, we will convert it into a marketable product—edited, designed, typeset, and ready for print. Usually, we work with six or eight messages around a central theme. The book may be self-published, presented to a major publisher, or become a LifeBridge product. Of course, you have final sign-off on all revisions prior to publishing.               

Neil Eskelin holds a Masters degree in communications from Ohio State University. More than 8 million copies of books he has ghostwritten have been published by major publishers including Thomas Nelson, Penguin/Random House, Wiley, and Fleming H. Revell. His own books, including Yes Yes Living in a No No World, and The 24-Hour Turnaround, have sold more than one million copies.

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