Last Day for Introductory Discounts on Logos 5!

Ends todayYou still don’t have Logos 5? You need to upgrade now! Try it risk-free for 30 days, check out your custom discount, use a budget-friendly payment plan—just don’t miss your only chance to get an introductory discount on Logos 5! The deals end tonight at midnight (PST); tomorrow they disappear.

Your discount might be bigger than you think

With our Custom Upgrade Discount Calculator, you won’t pay for books you already own. Your final price includes only the books that are new to you. And the Custom Upgrade Discount Calculator allows you to qualify for special upgrade pricing even if you don’t own a Logos 4 base package. All you need to do is own one or more titles included in the package you want to buy—you’ll get a discount for your books (plus the additional introductory discount!).

Even if you’ve never owned a base package before, but you’ve accumulated a large Logos library, you can get Logos 5 at an upgrade price!

Budget-friendly payment plans

Pick which Logos 5 base package is best for you, and then spread out your payments with a 12-month payment plan. Want to upgrade to Diamond, but can’t afford to pay it all up front? For every purchase over $1,900, we’re offering an extra 6 months to pay! That means you can take up to 18 months to pay for your upgrade. Don’t let your budget stop you from getting the base package you want.

Try Logos 5 risk free

Still undecided on the best package for you? Take a base package for a 30-day test run. Simply pick up the highest base package you can and lock in our special introductory pricing. Even with Portfolio (our most comprehensive base package), our payment plans will help keep your first installment low. After checking out its powerful features, content, and datasets, if you decide that it isn’t for you, we’ll give you a complete refund any time in the next 30 days.

Don’t let this opportunity pass

The best time to upgrade to Logos 5 is right now. You’re not going to get a second chance at introductory pricing. You can save up to 20% on your base package. But don’t wait any longer—this deal ends tonight!
Call our upgrade hotline at 1-888-875-9491, or email the sales team and talk with someone about your upgrade options.

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Win a Tour of the Holy Land!

Jerusalem

Last summer, we announced that we were working on putting together tours of the Holy Land. Now we’re excited to bring you Faithlife Tours, a powerful way to connect with the Word. With Logos’ maps and infographics, you’ve studied the sites where the biblical stories took place.  But what if you could take a boat over the sea of Galilee, be baptized in the Jordan River, reflect on the Incarnation in Bethlehem, and stand on the Temple Mount?

Now, with Faithlife Tours, you can do more than read about the crucifixion—you can travel the Via Dolorosa and see firsthand the traditional sites of our Lord’s death and resurrection. Each tour is fully integrated with the Faithlife Study Bible, FaithlifeTour_Logoso you’ll have the tools you need to learn more. On your tour, you’ll visit Biblical places like:

  • Christ’s birthplace in Bethlehem (Matthew 2:1, Luke 2:1–6)
  • Mt. Carmel, where Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18)
  • The Pools of Bethesda, where Jesus healed a paralytic (John 5:1–15)
  • The Garden Tomb, believed by many to be the location of Jesus’ burial and resurrection (John 19:41)

To celebrate Faithlife Tour’s launch, we’re giving away a tour of Israel for you and a friend or loved one. Don’t want to take the chance and risk your preferred tour date getting filled?  Invest in a tour and enter anyway! If you win, you’ll get a full refund, and you’ll also win a Nexus 7 tablet, preloaded with the Faithlife Study Bible and the Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible to help you study the passages related to the sites as you visit them.

Jarrid Wilson Talks Social Media and His New Devotional

If you’ve never heard of Jarrid Wilson, then get ready, because it won’t be long before his name is mentioned alongside top ministry leaders.

Jarrid represents the new wave in ministry, one that uses social media and technology to preach the Gospel. Jarrid’s use of Twitter, Facebook, his podcast, and his blog has enabled him to spread the Word to tens of thousands of people all around the world.

Jarrid was kind enough to talk to us about his ministry and his brand-new devotional, 30 Words: A Devotional for the Rest of Us.

What compelled you to write a devotional?

30 Words is more than a devotional: it’s an experiment for an everyday person who is looking to gain further knowledge of God’s character. I wrote 30 Words in hopes that it would be set apart from other devotionals, something people can reread whenever they are looking for a fresh wind of encouragement or inspiration.

How is this devotional different from others?

There is plenty of material both for individuals brand-new to their faith, and for those looking to become the next great theological mind. But what I realized is that there fails to be much content for the middle man. “A devotional for the rest of us” is for anyone looking to deepen their relationship with God, no matter where they are on their walk with Him. 30 Words is a bridge.

What drew you to publishing with Kirkdale Press?

Simple. Kirkdale Press is family. Not only are they incredibly gifted at what they do, but they have an incredible heart for authors who are passionate about their work. I am truly honored to work with Kirkdale Press, and I am thankful God allowed me to publish my first book through them.

Social media plays an important role in your ministry. What do you find so compelling about social media?

Matthew 28:18–19 is a simple statement that encapsulates my yearning for ministry through social media. We are called to make disciples of “all nations,” and I believe that through the power of social media, we are able to take the Gospel to the homes of millions across the world. Social media has a tendency to turn the everyday introvert into an everyday extrovert. And by using that to my advantage I am able to speak words of truth, hope, grace, and love to people all across social media platforms.

What are some challenges and potential benefits for the church in incorporating social media into its reach and mission? 

I believe that God has gifted us with many tools in sharing the Gospel, and that one of those tools for today’s age is social media. I can’t begin to understand why a Church wouldn’t want to use this tool to help their mission in sharing Christ. Although not everyone is social savvy, you’d be surprised by how many people you can reach through a single tweet or Facebook post.

What are some great and not-so-great examples you’ve seen of social media being used by Christians?

I can’t begin to explain how many people I see who claim to love Jesus in their bios, but who have yet to resemble Him in their tweets or posts. It hurts my heart to see people tweet malicious statements in the name of Christ, all because they have the comfort of hiding behind a username. We are called to be the difference, and I believe our greatest struggle in the social media world will be to not conform to how the world uses it.

Jarrid’s devotional 30 Words is published through Kirkdale Press, and it’s available now.