Logos Base Packages Are Now Available in 6 Languages!


Our vision at Faithlife is to increase increase biblical literacy and accessibility for every Christian around the world. To truly fulfill that vision, it’s not enough to continue creating new versions of Logos Bible Software in English. We want to reach as many people as possible in their own language. That’s why today, we’re pleased to announce the release of a Korean version of Logos Bible Software.

We’ve been working hard over the last few years to equip Christians all over the world with the tools that will help them grow in the light of God’s Word. In 2016 we released new packages in Portuguese, German, Chinese, Spanish, and English. And with today’s Korean release, 3 billion people around the world can now use Logos in their native language.

So many of us are here at Faithlife precisely because we believe in this vision and personally resonate with our mission to use technology to equip the church to grow in the light of the Bible. That’s one reason these new releases over the last year have been so exciting. From a free version of Logos, to new base packages like 브론즈 (Korean Bronze), it’s deeply rewarding to pass on our heart for the Bible to Christians all over the globe.


A burden for the global church has always been with us. All the way back in 2003, the “about us” page on Logos.com said, “It’s our responsibility to ensure that the investment in technology that we can afford to make because we serve the western church pays dividends for the whole world.” In other words, we recognized that we were in a privileged position, and we felt a burden to serve the global church as a result.

Fourteen years later, that’s just as true.

“It’s thrilling to bring a mature tool like ours to millions of Christians around the world,” says Phil Gons, vice president of Bible study products.

The new releases increase the availability of digital Bible study resources for pastors, missionaries, and other Christians around the globe. “This is an important milestone for us, and for the Church at large,” says Faithlife CEO and co-founder Bob Pritchett. “We founded the company with a vision of increasing biblical literacy around the world. Expanding the accessibility of our tools to so many people at once is especially rewarding as we celebrate 25 years in 2017.”

Help us reach the world

In order to reach as many people as possible, we need your help. Do you know missionaries serving in the countries where these languages are spoken? Do you have friends or family who speak English as a second language? Does your church provide a non-English worship service? If you believe in our vision to increase biblical literacy and accessibility around the world, tell your friends and family about these new base packages.

To reach as many people as possible, all of our non-English base packages are 10% off for the next two weeks. Tell the world, and join us as we celebrate connecting Christians everywhere with God’s Word. Hurry: this discount expires on February 28 at 11:59 p.m. (PT).

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  1. when will the French versions arrive?

    • Tyler Smith says

      Hi, Bert. We don’t have a projected release date for French base packages, but we do have a number of French collections available (and another big one is currently in the works!) Stay up to date with all things French on this page: logos.com/fr.

    • Ditto on the French. I’m enjoying the current resources offered but am looking forward to a base package in French!

  2. I am French. Do you have any idea how to find a way to work in French?

  3. Is it possible to get one of these other languages for free if we currently have the English version? I’m considering doing ministry in two languages (English and Portuguese).

    • Tyler Smith says

      Hi, Jeb. You won’t be able to get a second base package for free, but keep in mind that Dynamic Pricing works with all of our packages. So if you own Logos 7 Bronze (in English) and purchase Logos 6 Bronze (in Portuguese), you’ll only pay for the resources that are new to you in that package. So that should add up to a hefty discount.

      Hope that helps.