How to Power Your Sermon Presentation—from the Pulpit

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Picture this: you’ve prayerfully completed sermon preparation, and it’s time to share the Word. Your sermon slides are ready, and you’re in the sanctuary. 

Your tablet shows you all your sermon notes and slides—and you control which slides show onscreen when. (No more asking the AV team for “Next slide, please” or losing track of which slide comes next.) [Read more…]

The Rundown on Logos 9 Discounts Disappearing Soon

It’s official: February 1 is your last day to nab launch discounts on the new Logos 9. Log in to see your savings

Don’t know what all the excitement is about? Check out this video:

Here’s a look at the discounts ending at 11:59 p.m. (PT) on February 1, with a quick tip before we dive in.   [Read more…]

Learning Logos: See Search Results at a Glance with Charts

As I was reading through 1 Corinthians, I came to 2:7, which states in the ESV:

But we impart a secret and hidden wisdom of God, which God decreed before the ages for our glory. [Read more…]

How to Read the Bible with ‘Open Ears’—& What That Really Means

By Peter Leithart

How do we become good readers of the Bible? . . . 

We become good readers of the Bible in the same way that we become faithful followers: we become good readers of the Bible by having our ears open to God’s Word. I want to use that phrase, the “open ear,” in a couple of different ways. [Read more…]

Got Big Bible Study Goals? Here’s Your Secret Weapon to Reach Them

If you’re like me, you probably set out each new year with lofty Bible study goals. And then, well—life happens. A few random distractions can quickly turn much-intended goals into a nice idea shelved for next year. 

But it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, you could have an incredible, faith-bolstering year studying God’s Word using just a few of the powerful tools in Logos 9 [Read more…]

3 Things Not to Miss in the Story of the Epiphany

By Kent R. Hughes

Today we celebrate Epiphany, one of the oldest Christian feast days,1 which remembers the magi’s journey as they followed the star of Bethlehem in search of the foretold King of kings. It’s also known as the “Twelfth Day” because it occurs 12 days after Christmas. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Use the New Logos 9 Reading Plans

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Our Logos libraries contain a lot of “normal” books (monographs) that we want to read chapter by chapter. In previous versions of Logos, creating reading plans that divided up the sessions into chapters was somewhat challenging. In Logos 9, however, chapter by chapter reading plans are a breeze. [Read more…]

2 Christian New Year’s Resolutions (+ How to Keep Them)

New year’s resolutions are notoriously hard to keep, but two are absolutely worth the effort: 

  • reading the Bible more
  • studying the Bible better

Are those on your resolutions list? (Or, if you don’t make new year’s resolutions, two of your hopes for 2021?)  [Read more…]

Nabbed Free Books from Logos in 2020? You’re in for a Treat

Every month, you can grab a free book from Logos, plus other savings. Throughout 2020, free books have included volumes from Eerdmans Critical Commentary, Revised Expositor’s Bible Commentary, and more. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: New Dashboard Card for Upcoming Sermon(s)

If you’re using the Sermon Builder to create your sermons/lessons (which I hope you are), then you’ll really appreciate this new Logos 9.1 feature: a Home Page Dashboard Sermon Card to quickly access your upcoming sermon(s). [Read more…]