Today’s post is from Bobby Moss, a regional presenter for the Ministry Development department here at Logos.
I’ve been a passionate Logos user for over 10 years now. Over this time I’ve worn many different hats: youth pastor, grad school student, pastor, professor, husband, and daddy. Regardless of which hat I’m wearing at any given moment, Logos has always been my primary means of getting into the Bible.
Everyone, not just pastors and professors, should be studying their Bibles—and Logos is the best way to make it happen. No other program comes close, so I’ve always been an advocate for people to use Logos.
For the past year and a half now, I’ve had the privilege of traveling all over the country as part of Logos’ Ministry Development team. My role has been simple: continue doing what I’ve always done . . . encourage people to study the Bible using the best tool available!
From Burlington, VA to Castro Valley, CA (I made that trip in one day), and everywhere in between, I’ve been honored to equip thousands of people for powerful Bible study. I’ve been able to help parents wanting to teach their children about Scripture, teachers getting ready for Sunday school, students working on papers, pastors preparing sermons, and professors planning for classes.
It’s humbling, yet incredibly rewarding, to know that each one-on-one connection, small group meeting, or conference I participate in is another opportunity to be used by God to strengthen and equip His people to better understand His Word.
And do you want to know the funniest thing about all of this? They actually call it a “job.”
Does this sound like something you’d love to do?
The Ministry Development department at Logos is looking for two new regional presenters: one in the Chicago area and one in the Houston area. The job is very similar to the one described, so let us know if you’re interested! We’re also hiring in several other departments, so check out at our careers page to see all the opportunities that are currently available.
Have you seen a Logos presentation by a regional presenter? Leave us a comment and let us know!