How to Reopen the Last Closed Tab in Logos

With the recent release of Logos 7.8 you’ll discover a small, but very useful feature that numerous people have requested: reopen the last closed tab!

Imagine you accidentally closed a resource, Guide, Factbook, or even a Search panel. You can now quickly and easily reopen it. As we say in the sports world, no harm, no foul.

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Logos Pro Summer Training: How Should Church Leadership Be Structured?

Paul addresses the qualifications for church leadership in texts such as 1 Timothy 3:1-13 and Titus 1:1-9; however, the structure of church leadership is a little less black and white. For this reason, churches have a variety of leadership models. Some assemblies function under the leadership of multiple pastors or elders, others have a single individual serving as their chief overseer, and some churches function under a ruling body made up of both pastors and elders.

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4 Essential Biblical Resources on Sale This Month Only

August is here, which means we’ve rounded up another batch of great deals on resources to help you go deeper into the Word. This month, you’ll find commentaries, reference works, original language resources, theology, and so much more—all for up to 40% off!

Here are this month’s featured resources:

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Even in the Bible, Good Doesn’t Always Win

When exposed to evil, we might doubt God’s presence. Soldiers’ accounts and memoirs often recall times of doubt as they grappled with war, atrocity and, ultimately, the struggle between good and evil. While Scripture is clear that good will triumph, it also says evil will win its share of battles. Second Kings 3 records a war event where evil won.

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An Easy Way to Keep Track of Where You Preached All Those Sermons

An itinerant Bible teacher recently told me he uses the new Sermon Editor for his messages. He enjoys the power of creating his outline and handout in the same document, as well as, the security of backing up and synchronizing his files to various devices.

As an itinerant, however, he preaches the same sermon more than once and he wants to insure he doesn’t repeat a message in the same church!

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3 Days Left to Register for Our First Online Leadership Conference

The Mobile Ed Leadership Conference begins in just three days, but you still have time to register for this one-of-a-kind online training event.

We’ve pulled together Keynote Videos, online Breakout Sessions, and Self-Guided Workshops so you can get a conference experience without leaving home. All the content is drawn from the very best Mobile Ed courses on Christian leadership. The result is a fully customizable training experience that flexes to fit your schedule.

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How Gentleness and Joy Bear Witness to a Broken World

Richard Averbeck of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School calls Grant Osborne “one of the premier New Testament commentators of our day.” This exegetical expertise is on display in the Osborne New Testament Commentaries. The next volume in this acclaimed series is Philippians Verse by Verse. In this volume, Osborne unpacks this Pauline letter with straightforward clarity. Pastors and students alike are sure to benefit from the insightful exegesis and relevant application of the text.

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4 Simple Tips for Getting the Most out of Logos Bible Software

In my work as a Logos Pro, I sometimes hear users say, with a resigned, apologetic tone, “I probably use only 5 percent of the capabilities of Logos.” People with lots of responsibility, lots of training, lots of gifting, and lots of experience in ministry or scholarship (or both) all of the sudden grow bashful and embarrassed. They stare at the floor like it’s report card day. They crawl into nearby holes.

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Logos Pro Summer Training: Root Words

Each week this summer the Logos Pros will teach you how to master the tools and resources of Logos Bible Software. You’ll get some pointers and some study questions. This week: studying root words without tripping over Bible study fallacies.

English words don’t always mean what they used to mean. Discovering a word’s root, its history, is not a reliable way to discover what it means now. A butterfly is not a stick of highly concentrated milk sailing through the air.

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Want a Free Book by Mark Noll? You Only Have 4 Days Left.

Your next great read is here, and it’s free. For just four more days, you can get Mark Noll’s riveting history of the church in North America for FREE. Plus, pick up two more books on Christian history—all for under $5. Get all three while you still can.

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