Decide What’s Next and See Designed-for-Digital Resources

If you could design a Bible reference book to meet your needs, what would it look like? It would work seamlessly with your primary study platform, anticipate your questions, and be easy to share. It would use technology to make your work easier, faster, and more effective. It would take you deeper into the Bible and the other resources you own, while emphasizing practicality. It would help you grow while you’re investing in the growth of others. It would introduce you to new resources. And it may even have an easy way to take notes. The resources we create here at Logos are designed with these ideals in mind.

Our first question when approaching any publishing project is, “How can we help you do more and better work for God’s kingdom?” These products are answers to that question.

Take a few minutes to check them out. If you like a product, order it or commit to it on Pre-Pub. What you pre-order determines what we work on next.

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Lexham Bible Guides

The Lexham Bible Guides prepare you to immerse yourself in God’s Word.

The Pastorum Collection

Present richer and more memorable sermons with the Pastorum Series Collection, and reduce your sermon-preparation time. The pastoral resources in this collection will enhance your ministry and presentation skills.

Studies in Faithful Living

The Studies in Faithful Living series provides rich biblical character studies for individuals and entire churches. The eight-week church curriculum includes discussion guides and videos, application questions, sermon outlines and media, and more.

In the Works

This five-volume set, with slides, will help you to select a fitting quotation to share with your congregation within minutes. Quotes from more than one hundred authors and works are at your fingertips, including Augustine of Hippo, Thomas Aquinas, John Calvin, Richard Baxter, G. K. Chesterton, and Charles Spurgeon.

The Lexham Methods Series enables you to learn, refresh, or master the tools of biblical scholarship—and feel confidently equipped to share the materials with others. This collection will deepen and reinforce seminary and Bible students’ understanding of materials and enable them to conduct more extensive research.

On Pre-Publication—You Decide if We Create It

The Bible in Seven Acts collection is your starting point for study and research on the Bible’s historical periods. The collection surveys all the relevant literature on historical events, and brings the findings back to you.

When you order our Pre-Pub products, or spread the word about them on Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms, you make it possible for your preferred project to be created before the others. We come up with ideas, select the best ones, prototype them, and then list them on Pre-Publication. When you commit, you’re telling us what you want created.  So pre-order something today, or pick up one of the works we recently released.

Comments

  1. Why not a whole collection on Romans with Powerpoint, sermons, longer “you are there” travelogue type videos, and pointers to very inexpensive “branches” for further logos resources. Many pastors are bi-vocational (or simply work more than one job) and shortcuts to quality materials that they could plan out and preach from several months ahead of time with less effort would be great. Consider expositional (line by line) preaching resources that automatically mix in archaeological findings, sermon illustrations, and useful info such as may be found in Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary” or NIV Application Commentary would be great. Think of something that a congregation with both young and old, Biblically literate and new seekers, might embrace at the same time.