Build Your Reference Library with Top Works in Just One Purchase

featuredproduct-blogimage630x349December’s featured deal is the 38-volume Essential Reference Bundle. This massive collection gives you the chance to quickly build your library with top reference materials, at a low price. The bundle includes:

[Read more…]

Should We Teach the Wrath of God to Children?

magic fire

It took me almost eight months of my dissertation time to exegete and catalog all the passages referencing the wrath of God, the topic of my work. During that same time, I continued to help on the weekends with an evangelistic children’s Bible club in which I’d served for many years. One Saturday morning, about two-thirds of the way through my cataloging project, I was working in Ezekiel. I’d made it to something like line 380 in my Excel spreadsheet on divine wrath language before wrapping up my study and heading off to the Bible study club.

During song time we sang, “My Hope is in the Lord.” The song leader drew the kids’ attention to the line, “No merit of my own, His anger to suppress.” He asked the kids, “Do you think God ever gets angry?” I still remember sitting behind the kids observing in dismay their response: with an unusual level of confident participation, they all answered, “NO!” I just sat there in shock thinking, Oh yes, yes he does…

[Read more…]

The Power of Understanding Biblical Archaeology

a005_c021_0604vo3_630x332 Most of us who study the Bible understand the importance of archaeology. It shows us glimpses of what life was like in the ancient world and provides us with important background information on the Bible. While we recognize its importance, we don’t know much about the actual process of doing archaeology in the field. What does being an archaeologist involve? What does a day on the job look like for someone working in the field? [Read more…]

How to Use Logos for Your Christmas Sermon Prep

logos christmas sermon

The Christmas season is upon us. Please imagine with me we’ve been called upon to teach a class, preach a sermon, or deliver a devotion regarding the birth of Jesus. We know the subject of the message, but that’s all we’ve got. We don’t have the passage, the outline, or even the handout. We need help!

You’ll be glad to know Logos Bible Software will indeed provide that much needed assistance. Below I’ll outline the major, yet simple, steps to go from concept to outline to handout for the message.

[Read more…]

Give the Gift of Bible Study This Christmas

lp_christmaspromoThis Christmas, Logos Bible Software is encouraging Christians around the world to look closer at the Bible.

The transformative power of Scripture is central to the mission of Lexham Press, too. We’ve been deeply transformed by the Bible, and publishing allows us to accomplish change through the world of words and ideas.

Are you looking for ways to share the wonder of God’s word with your friends and family this season? It can be difficult to give a digital book as a gift so we’ve placed the print editions of some of our best books on sale. Give the gift of Bible study this Christmas and help your friends and family focus on Scripture.

[Read more…]

Your Guide to December’s Deals

Get Great Deals This December

If you haven’t checked out December’s monthly sale yet, you’re missing some great deals. Choose from a wide range of products, including low prices on individual volumes and big savings on top collections.

Not sure where to start? Check out these five top deals:

[Read more…]

Announcing the Faithlife Study Bible . . . in Print!

fsb-blogheader

We are proud to announce that the Faithlife Study Bible—which has been downloaded over a million times and is used by thousands of Bible readers every day—will now reach a new audience in a beautifully produced print Bible!

The Lexham Press team has partnered closely with our friends at Zondervan on this groundbreaking new project. For the first time, the Faithlife Study Bible notes will be paired with the New International Version in a print edition of the popular study Bible, and both teams are very proud of the Bible we’ve produced.

The NIV Faithlife Study Bible invites you to understand the Bible more fully—to feed your curiosity about God and his work in the world.

[Read more…]

Save up to 75% with These Christmas Bundles!

fb-bundle-1200x628

This Christmas, we’ve put together dozens of great deals on resources to help you uncover the wonder of the Word—including four bundles you don’t want to miss.

When you buy your resources in a bundle, you’re already saving compared to the price of purchasing them individually. And right now, you can get up to 75% off the already low bundle price when you take advantage of one of these four featured deals.

[Read more…]

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!

[Read more…]

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.

[Read more…]