Exclusive Deals for Logos Now Members: December Digest

logos-now-membershipEvery month, Logos Now members enjoy exclusive deals on a wide range of products. The categories are always the same, but the actual resources and titles you can save on are always changing.

Here are this month’s limited-time deals, exclusive for Logos Now members only.

Not a Logos Now member yet? Join now and get these exclusive deals today!

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10 Practical Tips for Family Devotions This Christmas

christmas-family-worshipIf I thought I was a pretty scintillating Bible teacher, the kind that makes people sit on the edge of their seats, the kind that is also able to put the cookies on the lower shelf and interest even kids, that thought was shattered when my own kids got old enough for family devotions (age 2). You have never seen such bored kids, kids achieving new and powerful levels of bored. I confess that this caused no small level of frustration for me. Nothing tests my sanctification more than trying to promote theirs.

But what good is all the stuff I learn about the Bible in my extensive Logos Bible Software library if I can’t teach any of it to the three little people in the world whom I love most? And at Christmas, I feel extra pressure: candy canes, presents, and Rudolph are fun, but how do I stoke wonder and even excitement about what we’re actually celebrating, one of the most precious Christian truths, the incarnation?

After some trial and error, and error, and error, and error, and a few times basically giving up, I’ve been having “Bible time” with the kids with reasonable consistency for a good while now. Here’s all I know.

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Explore the History of Christianity in the United States

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“Christianity in America is, in its inception, is a European story. If you look at a family tree of Christianity in America, it would reflect very closely Christianity in Europe. With the on-going expansion of non-European, non-Protestant immigrant communities across the United States, we’re increasingly challenged to think about how the United States can be one unified nation when so many different ethnic and religious communities live here.”

—Chris Armstrong

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Get Your Free Guide to Interpreting Proverbs

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This month only, get Tremper Longman’s essential guide to interpretation, How to Read Proverbs, totally free!

With its pithy sayings, down-to-earth wisdom, and practical advice, the book of Proverbs makes it all-too tempting to cherry pick verses in isolation from literary and historical context. But there is a right and a wrong way to read this inspired book, and Tremper Longman’s demonstrates both in this important resource.

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How to Create a Lectionary Calendar Using Favorites in Logos

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At a recent Camp Logos I was explaining how to use Favorites as an electronic filing cabinet and preaching calendar. A pastor from a liturgical tradition excitedly responded, I get it! I can use Favorites as my lectionary calendar to save things as I do advance preparation.

He is 100% correct. Since then I’ve received several emails asking how to set up a lectionary calendar in Favorites so I’ll share those steps with you today.

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Get a Free Christmas Devotional and Encourage Others with This Inspiring Video

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The Bible is at the very heart of who we are at Faithlife, and this Christmas, we’re encouraging Christians all over the world to take a closer look at God’s Word.

The fact is, for many of us, the Christmas story has become familiar. So familiar, that we often miss its true power. We know the story well, but the details become muddled, the context gets lost, and the season passes by us with too few moments of reflection on its eternal significance.

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FREE WEBINAR: See How Easy It Is to Get Started with Logos 7

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Free live webinar, December 13th, 4 p.m. (PT)

Getting started with anything new can be a challenge. And with powerful software like Logos, we understand that jumping in can feel intimidating. That’s why when we created Logos 7, we wanted to make it as straightforward as possible to get started.

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3 Cost-Effective Ways to Build Your Dream Library with Logos

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Whether you’re a pastor, a lay leader, an academic, or someone who just really loves studying the Bible, chances are your first consideration when building a Logos library is budget. Similarly, the question that always follows is, “How do I construct a library and get the biggest bang for my buck?”

There are many approaches to this, but here are the three best ways to build a Logos library on a budget.

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This Christmas, Save on Guided Studies through Scripture & Theology

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Undertaking an in-depth study of Scripture can be intimidating. Where do you start? With Mobile Ed courses, you’ll find the perfect guide for your journey through Scripture. To get you started, we’ve put over 20 courses on sale this season.

See them all now, or check out some of the courses that are perfect for the Christmas season below.

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Uncover the Wonder of the Word with Christmas Deals!

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This Christmas, take a closer look at the gift of God’s Word with discounted commentaries, Mobile Ed courses, and more; purchase gifts for your friends and family with our first-ever sale on select print books from Lexham Press; and there’s even a very special 12 Days of Logos featuring resources from celebrated publisher Zondervan!

With so many great deals, this season is a great opportunity to stock up on resources to help you focus on Scripture.

Browse the entire sale now.

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