The Goldilocks Option for Learning Logos

Logos Bible Software comes with all sorts of free training—from hundreds of help articles and training videos to handy tutorial cards that pop up in the desktop app.

And then there’s in-depth training and workshops from Morris Proctor, where you jump off the high dive into what you can do with Logos.

But did you know there’s a third option? 

  • You get guided study of Logos, so you don’t waste any time or brain space figuring out what to look at next.
  • You make an investment, but it’s not so sizable it keeps you from other priorities. 

In just 8 hours (watch anytime, anywhere) and for under $20 per course, you can finish the 4-course Logos Training Bundle and know how to:

  • Study a passage with a small group
  • Study a passage to teach or preach
  • Prepare to write an exegetical paper
  • Prepare a topical or exegetical sermon
  • And more

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Here’s an overview of the training series from Dr. Mark Ward

We have pulled together four people who serve the church in different ways to help you learn Logos. In these four brief courses, you will hear from Gabe, a teaching pastor; Fred, a small group leader and Sunday school youth group teacher; Kaeli, a seminary student; and Daniel, a pastor.

In the first course, your hosts will give you an overview of how to navigate the Logos interface, how to discover the breadth and depth of resources in your library, and how to start using the software for devotional and passage study.

In the second course, you will learn how to use Logos to study a passage for a small group, to teach or preach, and to help write an exegetical paper.

In the third course, you’ll learn how to use Logos to study a theological topic (repentance) and a biblical person (Mary of Bethany).

In the fourth and last short course, Gabe and Daniel will show you how they use Logos to write topical and exegetical sermon outlines.

Sound like exactly what you need? Pick up the Logos Training Bundle today.