Pastor, Are You Burned Out? 10 Telltale Signs—and What to Do about It

Sometimes ministry burnout crashes into a life like a meteor, impossible to ignore. Other times, it creeps up day by day until we think the exhaustion and imbalance are normal.

Find out whether you have burnout—and what you can start doing today to treat it.   [Read more…]

Free Course Access to Focus on Faith during the Coronavirus Crisis

Even in the midst of the coronavirus and social distancing, we can use this time to move forward in faith and help others do the same.

Here’s how you can do it for free:  [Read more…]

How Africans in Scripture and the Early Church Helped Christianity Grow

In this lecture from the Mobile Ed course History and Theology of the African American Church, Dr. Carl Ellis Jr. discusses Africans mentioned in Scripture and the development and early history of Christianity in Africa.

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The Lifesaving Surgery of Sermons

Dr. Kevin Vanhoozer, research professor of systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, seeks to help pastors cultivate disciples through articulating doctrine. 

This excerpt is adapted from Dr. Vanhoozer’s newest Mobile Education course: Theological Interpretation of Scripture in the Church. [Read more…]

Celebrate Christ with These 9 Books on Advent

How will you draw closer to Christ this Christmas? 

Guide your personal study, family study, or worship in your church with these books on Advent and Advent book collections. [Read more…]

Logos Cyber Monday: Deals All Day & Every Hour

Today, you can get our best deals all day and every hour

Here’s a sampling of how you can save . . . [Read more…]

Black Friday Deals Begin: Really? 3 Seminary-Level Courses, Each under $20?

We were so excited about these Black Friday deals that we just couldn’t save the best for last!

Here’s where to start your Christmas shopping early . . . [Read more…]

Renaissance Humanism: The Tie That Binds the Protestant Reformation

This post on Renaissance humanism is by Jennifer Powell McNutt, excerpted from CH221 Milestones of the Protestant Reformation.

One cannot explore the emergence of the Protestant Reformation without talking about the contribution of Renaissance humanism—what I like to call “the tie that binds.”  [Read more…]

John Wycliffe: The Morning Star of the Reformation

The Trial of Wycliffe AD 1377 by Ford Madox Brown
Source: commons.wikimedia.org

You know about Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Ulrich Zwingli. You may even know about Thomas Cranmer and John Knox. . . . 

But what do you know about the forerunners of the Protestant Reformation? [Read more…]

5 Myths about Anxiety That Sabotage Christians

This excerpt is adapted from Common Misconceptions about Common Church Problems by C. Gary Barnes, now on sale along with many other courses covering controversial topics.

Myth 1. Anxiety Always Results from Sin or Lack of Faith

Now, of course, biblically, it’s clearly established that sinful choices can bring forth anxiety. But that’s a huge leap to say that every time you’re seeing anxiety, that’s a result of sinful choices or a lack of faith. This is a very complex package, and there are many possibilities, even biological, that can be key and instrumental in the experience of anxiety, even if a person’s not making personal sin choices. [Read more…]