Time to Renew Your Bible Study Magazine Subscription

The sixth issue of Bible Study Magazine is just around the corner. We’re putting the finishing touches on the last couple of articles before we hand it over to our design team to lay out and then send off to the printer.

The September–October issue looks like it’s going to be one of the best yet. It features a cover story interview with pastor and theologian John Piper—and lots of other great content to help you dig deeper into the Word.

With the first year of Bible Study Magazine coming to a close, that means it is time to renew your subscription. If you’ve been subscribed since our inaugural issue (the November–December 2008 issue featuring Josh McDowell), the next issue is the last issue you’ll receive unless you renew soon.

All you need to do is visit the Subscriptions tab in your Logos.com account and make sure that the “Auto-Renew” box is checked. Whether your subscription ends with the next issue or not, it’s a good idea to make sure that you’re all set to auto-renew when the time comes.

The next time your subscription is up, we’ll take care of renewing for you. One less thing you need to remember to do.

Renew today.

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Comments

  1. Scot Tomlinson says:

    How do I know if my subscription is set to auto renew?

  2. Phil Gons says:

    Scot, Just visit https://www.logos.com/user/MySubscriptions/BibleStudyMagazine and make sure the Auto-Renew box is checked.

  3. First off, great to hear about the Bible give away. I saw it on Facebook and followed the link and was very impressed by the quality of the Bibles you are giving away! Great job and thanks. Hope I snag one before the give away ends.
    Second, about the mag, any chance this is going to be available or maybe already is available in a softcopy edition? I think it would be great if it was in a Libronix readable format and sent directly to me email address or perhaps send a link to where I can download it. What do you think?

  4. Phil Gons says:

    Thanks, Dan. Bob addressed the question of whether there will be a digital edition in this post: “For the digerati among us who’ve given up on print and read everything from a screen, we’ll eventually have the magazine content available electronically for Logos Bible Software. In the meantime, though, we hope to use the power of print to reach a new and larger audience whose horizons we can expand and whose curiosity we can pique.”