A Good Counselor Meets the Wonderful Counselor: David Powlison (1949–2019)

David Powlison’s story stands out in modern debates that ask, “What has Christianity to do with psychology?” Powlison’s life rose to answer this question.

Before becoming a biblical counselor, David Powlison spent four years working in psychiatric hospitals, during which time he came to Christ. Every day he wrestled with the question: What can the gospel say to people with frightening and devastating psychiatric diagnoses? [Read more…]

Thanks a Million: New Record on the Logos Forums

The Logos forums have reached an important milestone—1,000,000 posts on over 144,000 threads from more than 250,000 users.

A special shoutout to our forum MVPs, a select group of Logos wizards who go above and beyond to answer questions and help others experience the power of Logos.

If you’re not in the forums yet, you should join. Here are five reasons to get involved:

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What Is Repentance? A Moving Description by Charles Octavius Boothe

By repentance is meant a true godly sorrow for sin; that is, a sorrow which arises from the understanding that sin, in its worst forms, is an act of disobedience or of positive enmity to God, who demands our best obedience, and who is worthy to be loved by all men with all their heart and soul and might and mind and strength. But Paul says: [Read more…]

June’s Free Course: John Frame on Scripture

This month, pick up your free Mobile Ed course by John Frame: TH207 The Clarity of Scripture. [Read more…]

Announcing This Month’s Discounted Publisher: Logos Mobile Ed

Why not tackle a new theology subject this summer, or gain new ministry skills and insights—and earn a certificate while you do?

All while learning from some of the most esteemed scholars in Christian academia. [Read more…]

Logos Learning: How to Use the Bible Selector Feature

So here’s an observant question from a Logos user:

I’m really enjoying the Faithlife Study Bible but noticed a Bible selector on its toolbar. What’s that all about?

That’s a good eye and it provides me an opportunity to showcase this resource. Since its publication several years ago it has become my go-to study Bible. Its many features include: [Read more…]

How to Use Sermon Archives like Commentaries in Logos

Did you know sermons function much like commentaries in Logos?

This post will show you how to get the most use out of sermon collections in Logos. For a limited time, several sermon archives are 30% off, so take a look at the sale if you’d like to add more sermons to your library. [Read more…]

Every Logos Sale Ending at Midnight—Including Free Book

At midnight tonight, we pull down a number of incredible sales. Find links to all of them here so you don’t miss out. [Read more…]

Make Sure to Include Systematic Theology in Your Bible Exposition

In preaching and other Bible teaching, your big strength can become a weakness. If you are good at careful analysis of biblical texts, don’t stop there. Remember always to go on to theology. Analysis and synthesis belong together, like hot air balloons and magnifying glasses. [Read more…]

Last Chance to Save on Seminary-Level Courses

For just two more days, every audio course from Logos Mobile Education is 25% off.

Mobile Ed courses are where audiobooks meet seminary. As you’re exercising, doing chores, or lounging around, you can be learning about critical Christian doctrines, growing new ministry skills, or exploring Church history.

All you have to do is press play. [Read more…]