Get 30 Volumes of Inspiration and Encouragement for Your Ministry

BlogImge-Eerdman'sCollection-620x324During October you can get incredible deals on a few dozen commentaries, ministry resources, and more. Nestled among them is a new collection assembled just for Pastor Appreciation Month: The Eerdmans Pastoral Resources Collection. Save 43% off this collection of 30 resources that will help you tackle tough challenges in ministry with a gospel-centered approach.

This comprehensive collection covers topics like pastoral leadership, discipleship, marriage, how to enter or leave a congregation, hospitality, being a missional church, and so much more. Here are four resources from the collection to get excited about:
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How to Jump from Your English Bible to a Greek or Hebrew Lexicon in a Click

jump-english-lexiconI jokingly tell participants who attend Camp Logos, “Logos Bible Software will do everything but wash your dishes!” It really is that powerful. From building a Passage Guide report to searching your Library for a concept to in-depth original language work, Logos is here to help.
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3 Reasons to Get Logos 7 Platinum, Even If You Have Thousands of Books

image00Take one step into my house and you’ll see I have a serious problem.

I’m a book addict, and the evidence of my affliction is everywhere. Every available surface is covered in books.

And then there are the thousands of other books that you won’t see on my shelves and side tables: my Logos resources.

It’s true I’ll never be able to read all my Logos resources in their entirety, but that’s not necessarily the point of having books in Logos. 

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A Glimpse of the Foundational Thoughts of an Important Theologian

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Imagine if you could peer inside the mind of a young theologian, before he penned his most influential works. What would we find? Would his later works be illuminated further by an understanding of his foundational thoughts? What connections could you draw between these two periods? For Geerhardus Vos, the “Father of Reformed Theology,” we now have a chance to address these “what if” questions.

With the release of the final volume of Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics, English readers can explore the relationship between Vos’ early thought and his subsequent work in biblical theology. Whatever differences such comparisons may bring to light, the end result will confirm a deep, pervasive and cordial continuity between his work in systematic theology and in biblical theology.
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Get a Free Book When You Thank Your Pastor!

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It’s Pastor Appreciation Month, and we’re celebrating the hard work and high calling of pastors throughout October. In honor of pastors everywhere, we’re offering great savings on ministry resources—and we’re making it easy for you to thank the pastors who have made an impact on your life.

Use our #ThanksPastor message template to create a meaningful image to go along with your thanks. Then share your appreciation on Facebook or Twitter and we’ll give you a free book just for showing your gratitude! You can even enter you and your pastor to win a Logos 7 Gold base package!

Create your #ThanksPastor message to get your free book!

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Save 70% on 1,500+ Hours of Bible-Centered Videos

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Right now, you can get an incredible deal on a Mobile Ed & Faithlife TV Plus subscription bundle. For the price of just a few Mobile Ed courses, you’ll unlock streaming of the entire Mobile Ed video catalog (over 7,000 lecture segments from all 130+ Mobile Ed courses) AND Faithlife TV Plus (over 1,000 videos) for your entire church.

Every Mobile Ed course. Every Faithlife TV video. For every single member of your church. That means each member of your church will be able to stream over 1,500 hours of Bible-focused, edifying, educating, entertaining video content.

Here’s what you’ll get.

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How to Compare Translations Like a Bible Nerd

compare-translations-like-bible-nerd-blogI constantly compare Bible translations during Bible study and exegesis. But not everyone sees the value in this practice, and some are outright skeptical: they think I’m inviting confusion, a he-said, she-said method of exegesis. Or they think it’s too much work for too little profit. All I know is that over and over again, comparing translations has been helpful to me as I seek to understand the Bible. I can’t come up with a list of astounding examples off the top of my head; the help I get is often subtle—though it adds up.
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7 Reasons to Get Logos 7

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Logos 7 is fine-tuned to take you all the way from that initial spark of insight to sharing biblical truth with clarity. When you study the Bible using Logos 7, you get a suite of the most-powerful study and research tools ever designed.

Jump right into your preferred workflow with customizable Quickstart Layouts; work through any of the hundreds of carefully designed learning plans in the Courses Tool; and use the Sermon Editor to create everything you need for your sermons or any biblical presentation, all in one application.

But maybe you’ve already heard all that, and you’re still not sure Logos 7 is right for you.

Here are seven reasons to get Logos 7 today.

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Get a 5-Star Preaching Resource and Commentary—25% Off

October Monthly Sale: Featured Product

This month, you can save on a collection that offers a wealth of resources for Bible study and sermon preparation. The Preacher’s Outline and Sermon Bible gives you more than 16,000 pages of biblical commentary, including:
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How to Sync Your Notes across All Your Interlinear Bibles

sync-your-notesThe Notes document in Logos is helpful and versatile, allowing us to accumulate all our research for a topic, passage, sermon, etc. in one location.  Within this document, we can create various types of individual notes such as:

  • User-created notes
  • Notes attached to verses
  • Notes attached to selected text

For years if we attached a note to a Bible verse, that note would show up in all of our Bibles and commentaries. If, however, we attached a note to selected text— just a few words rather than the entire verse—that note would only show up in the Bible in which it was created. But things have changed in Logos 7! Using the power of the reverse interlinear, we can attach a note to selected text in one Bible and it will appear on the corresponding text in other interlinear Bibles!

Let’s take a look at a specific example:

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