Show Us How You Use Logos, and You Could Get Logos Credit

One of the best things about Logos is discovering the surprising things it can do—and how those little surprises help you explore the Bible more deeply.

And with the number of fun, useful features in Logos, you can make your workflow nearly as unique as you are.  [Read more…]

Why Haddon Robinson Says Less Is More in Preaching

By Haddon Robinson, adapted from Preaching Points: 55 Tips for Improving Your Pulpit Ministry.

There is an old story that preachers tell: A man came to church one Sunday and the only person who was there, besides himself, was the preacher. The preacher was hesitant to preach his sermon to one man sitting in the front row, but the man said, “Look, I came to church and I expect that you preach. I need to be fed.” So the preacher got up and preached his sermon and he got caught up in the moment.  [Read more…]

A Posture Toward Evil: The Christian Experience as Seen in Stranger Things

Editor’s note: The following is adapted from Michael Heiser’s new video series, The World Turned Upside Down, which examines gospel truths illustrated in the TV show Stranger Things. At times in the excerpt and video, Mike references chapters in his forthcoming book, also called The World Turned Upside Down. You can pre-order the book now and get the video series with it.  [Read more…]

3 Reasons to Get Logos if You’re a Bible Study Leader (4 if You Include This Sale)

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If you’ve never owned Logos before, now is a good time to take the leap—especially if you’re a small group leader. For just a little while longer, take up to $200 off of a Logos package!

Ideal for Bible study and small group leaders, these libraries prepare you to answer the tough questions before they’re even asked.  [Read more…]

Sale Ending: IVP Bundles 30% Off

This month’s highlighted publisher is IVP, the prestigious publisher behind many of the most-loved Bible dictionaries, commentaries, and reference works. [Read more…]

5 Seminary-Level Courses at a Fraction of the Cost—Now with an Even Bigger Discount

From a study of Exodus to a deep dive into Augustine of Hippo, check out the latest batch of courses coming to Mobile Ed—all 41% off while still in pre-order status.

Every Mobile Ed course is taught by a qualified professor, bringing you the trustworthiness of a seminary course but without the homework and at a fraction of the price.  [Read more…]

6 Recent Archaeological Discoveries That Affirm Details in Scripture

Photo credit: Eliyahu Yanai, City of David

Each time an artifact related to the biblical narrative is unearthed in Israel or the surrounding lands of the Bible it becomes a witness to the perfection of God’s Word.  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Double and Triple-Click Shortcut Action

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Screen-Shot-2019-07-18-at-10.02.05-AM.pngThe recently released Logos 8.6 contains some exciting new time-saving shortcuts: double and triple click action. For years we’ve been able to double click a word in a resource to execute a Look Up Search, but in 8.6, the double click options have expanded and triple click has been added! [Read more…]

The Formula for Success All Great Leaders Follow

We begin as servants and, if we are faithful, we become leaders. You find this pattern illustrated throughout Scripture. [Read more…]

Do Your Sermons Make Your Congregation Think You’re Angry?

By Matthew Kim, adapted from Preaching Points: 55 Tips for Improving Your Pulpit Ministry.

There is a temptation in every preacher to begin and end every sermon with correction. Didn’t Paul tell us in 2 Timothy 3:16 that “all Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work”? Yes, he did say that. So we follow suit and begin and end every sermon with correction, rebuke, and training in righteousness because it’s good for our listeners. Their apathy needs to be shaken up a bit with some scolding, we say to ourselves. [Read more…]