From the press release:
SermonSpice, which began in 2004 as the original distribution site for worship videos and sermon illustrations, has relationships with over 2,000 Christian filmmakers, providing thousands of sermon illustrations, worship backgrounds, and church countdowns to churches looking for professionally produced worship media. This extensive library of video content will allow Salem to expand its reach in the church media market.
“We’re excited about this acquisition and what it provides to the churches we serve around the world,” said Andrew Pino, General Manager of Salem Church Products. “Adding SermonSpice to our existing church media resources, WorshipHouseMedia.com and WorshipHouseKids.com, allows us to deliver every form of media a pastor or church leader needs for their ministry.”
You can read the full press release here.
So what are your thoughts?
Do you think this will be good for the future of SermonSpice (and WorshipHouse)?