In my experience, attempts to introduce technology lessons for lawyers means an opportunity for clergy, too. Small-firm lawyers and clergy very often have this much in common: a need for technology, perhaps more than is currently thought, and few opportunities to learn about it, even though they have a deep educational background. I mentioned this resource for typography, later generalized. (Bookmark that second link; you can thank me later.)
So I intend to follow Coding for Lawyers the same way. Using Markdown (lesson2) for sermons -- I do -- is something I'd recommend for those who just need to "get it on paper" with a minimum of fuss.
Thanks to @internetrebecca (Rebecca Williams) for the citation.