Are Goals Really That Important for Christian Leadership?

Christian leadership

First and foremost, Christian leaders are followers. They trust the Holy Spirit’s lead, urging those in their care to join them as they go where God has called them. Seems simple enough. But how important is it to know exactly where you’re going as you follow the Spirit’s lead? Is good Christian leadership dependent on setting clearly defined goals?
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Get Life Advice from the CEO of Faithlife

Start Next Now

Start Next Now, Faithlife CEO Bob Pritchett’s second book, is now available on Amazon, Logos, Vyrso, and Audible. But you don’t want to buy it any of those places.

Buying the book at StartNextNow.com gets you tons of extras that aren’t available anywhere else.

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7 Biblical Interpretation Skills That Will Improve Your Study

7 biblical interpretation skills

The Bible is a rich text containing a complex mix of literary genres, and the story it tells spans multiple centuries. Understanding how to properly read and interpret it is challenging! In the Biblical Interpretation Bundle (7 courses), some of the brightest minds in biblical interpretation will teach you their methods. You’ll learn how to study Scripture in its original historical and literary contexts and how to grasp the overarching messages of the Old and New Testaments. Here are seven skills you’ll learn with this bundle.
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How to Start a Bible Book Study Using Logos

Start a Bible book studyToday’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

I recently received this question from a Logos user.

To do a passage study, we can use the Passage Guide. Is there something similar for a book study? What tools/feature should I use for effective book study?

I was happy to respond that Logos has tucked away inside the Factbook a feature called Bible Book Guides. This tool assembles background and survey types of information for each book of the Bible. This simple-to-use tool provides a great start for book study. Here’s all you have to do:
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Chart the History of Western Thought Through Its Greatest Works


Great books of the western worldThe Great Books of the Western World
gives you instant access to the major ideas, stories, and discoveries that shaped Western culture. The 60 volumes contain 517 works written by 130 authors: Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Calvin, Pascal, Kant, Kierkegaard, Melville, Shakespeare, Dickens, Marx, Freud, and so many others. Pre-order now to get $50 off the collection’s normal Pre-Pub price.

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Get $100 When You Refer a Friend to Logos

Refer a friend, get $100
We believe amazing things happen when people study the Bible for themselves. That’s why we make the most advanced Bible study software in the world. You use Logos, so we know you share that same passion. We want to give you a chance to share what you love with your friends and family—and say thank you for making what we do possible.

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The Mobile Ed Sale Ends at Midnight Tonight

Mobile Ed Sale

Take advantage of this special offer from Mobile Ed by midnight tonight. Get 50% Off Moo, Bock, and Witherington in the Mobile Ed: Foundations Bundle and 15% off all Mobile Ed courses and collections.
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How to Filter the Information Flood with Logos

information overload
There is way too much information out there for you to ever read, let alone process and assimilate. I dare you to click the “Random Article” link on Wikipedia and see how many clicks it takes you to get to a topic you really know something about. It took me 41 clicks before I reached State highways in Virginia (I grew up there).
And that’s just the English version of Wikipedia. German took me 52 clicks (I got lucky); Spanish, 23 (super lucky); French, 48; and please don’t malign me for giving up on Polish before I began. 
Media Ecologists such as Neil PostmanMarshall McLuhan, and evangelicalism’s own T. David Gordon have observed/complained that the amount of available information in the modern West is actually an obstacle to knowledge. How can you determine which information is worth having as the flood rushes by? How can you make sense of the relationships of things when those things are constantly swirling around you?

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How to Organize Your Favorites in Logos

Organize Your Favorites in Logos

Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

A Camp Logos alumnus recently emailed this question in reference to the Camp Logos 1 and 2 video resources:

As I go through and watch your videos from Camp Logos, is there a way for me to “star” or “tag” one that is particularly interesting to me so that I will know to go back and watch it again?

I responded by suggesting he use Favorites to organize videos he wanted to review. I’ll outline the steps below using Camp Logos videos as examples, but these steps apply equally to any chapters, articles, etc. from any Logos resources you want to organize and revisit.

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Resource Updates: September

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Whenever a resource you own is updated, you’ll get that new content—for free—so your Logos library is always becoming more valuable and staying up to date with the latest improvements.

Here’s a list of Logos resources that were updated throughout September.

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