Don’t you love a good contest…Win $100 Logos book credit and more!

At times, do you feel you are just merely scratching the surface of Logos Bible Software?
What if there was a way for you to become more skillful with this amazing technology?
What if you could go deeper in your Bible studies, save time, eliminate your frustration, and truly take advantage of your full potential to use this amazing software? for nearly ten years has devoted itself to helping Logos Bible Software users become better students of the Bible, teachers, and preachers through its training products.
Their easy, affordable, and transformative training has helped tens of thousands of people across the globe grow to know Christ by knowing His Word.

To help you become aware of their training tools, they are launching a contest and offering free webinars to watch online.

The Contest

Starting today through March 5, you can enter in to win.

One randomly selected winner will receive a $100 credit to to grow your library.

Two participants, who earn the most points, will each win $50 towards any training of their choice on

Enter today!

Here’s How It Works

First, you’ll want to go here and enter your name and email. We’ll send you a confirmation email right away so that you can confirm your entry.

To qualify to win the $100 credit to, you must earn 10 points. Here’s how to earn points:

  • 1 point for signing up
  • 3 points to share on Facebook
  • 3 points to share on Twitter
  • 3 points to share on LinkedIn
  • 3 points to share on Facebook Messenger
  • 2 points for every visitor you refer to the landing page
  • 5 points for every friend you refer that signs up

NOTE:  Just provide your email, click the share on Facebook, Twitter, and Linked-in, and you are qualified to win the $100.

That’s Easy!

By sharing this unique opportunity with your friends, you’ll be eligible to win. Also, for every point you earn, that counts as an additional chance for you to win. So if you accumulate 20 points, you’ll have 20 chances to win!

As a bonus, the top two points earners will each receive a $50 credit to training. Here are a few courses we recommend you consider using that $50 credit towards:

Don’t delay; this promotion ends March 5. Sign up today and share with your friends!

Enter today!

From Microsoft Word to Logos Bible Software…just a link away!

Personally, I prefer to take all my notes in MS Word rather than use Logos Bible Software’s note feature, since MS Word is a much more powerful editor. However, did you know you can create a link from MS Word to any resource, report, or document in Logos? This makes your MS Word document a powerful research document. And once you are done researching, you can even convert your MS Word document to a Logos Bible Software Personal book that is entirely searchable in Logos with all the links full functional, including the Bible references.

To learn more about this “Linking” feature, check out the following video tip #22 from my LearnLogos 7, 54-hour training bundle.

By the way, if you wish to learn more about the Personal Book Builder, check out this webinar.

It comes with free templates to help you in building your own commentaries, devotionals, etc..

Are you studying the Gospels? Learn how to easily find all the “parallel” passages.

When studying the Gospels, it is essential to examine the other parallel passages and accounts. This is a wonderful way to determine if the readings are describing the same event. However, be sure to take a little extra time to look at the context that precedes and follows the verses you are studying, looking for relevant background information. Let me give an example of why this is so important.

Are you familiar with the “Parable of the Lost Sheep”? This story is mentioned twice, once in Matthew 18:12-14 and once in Luke 15:4–7. But if we look more closely at the context and the audience, Matthew’s account reveals the sheep are believers, whereas, in Luke’s account, the sheep are unbelievers. Thus, these are not the same events, but two different occasions, with two different audiences, each with a different interpretation.

To learn more, check out this short tutorial from the 54-hour LearnLogos 7 training bundle.

How to Export Your Search Results to Passage Lists for Deeper Study

I am sure you have experienced information overload with Logos Bible Software. Whether you are running a pure Bible search, passage guide, exegetical guide, Bible word study report, or even a complicated syntax search; it can be challenging to organize the search results for a more in-depth study and analysis. The video below is from my LearnLogos 7, 54-hour training bundle. This training will help you discover the hidden “save/export to passage list” feature in various places in Logos Bible Software.


Just Released: Who is the “Word of the Lord”?

Check out this webinar that teaches you how to study this fascinating topic.

Here is an outline of the training:

Time: 68 Minutes (1 Hour, 8 Minutes)
Date: 2018-01-29
Logos Version: 7 (compatible with all versions of Logos)

Bonus: Receive the presenter’s notes that can be converted to a Logos’ searchable, Personal Book

  1.  Introduction
  2. What’s in your library?
  3. Recommended but not Required Resources
  4. Why is this important?
  5. The Hermeneutical / Exegetical / Interpretative Approac
  6. Where do we begin? John 1:1-18
  7. How do research this topic? A Step by Step Approach
  8. Organizing the Research
  9. Expanding the Research

Here is a sneak preview of the training as well:

Louw-Nida? An amazing dictionary, but even more powerful in Logos, Part 1/2

If you have Logos Bible Software, then you most likely have access to the Louw-Nida dictionary. What makes this dictionary helpful is the way it has organized the words of the New Testament into categories. To learn how to leverage this dictionary for Bible study and sermon preparation, check out this video below. Tomorrow, we’ll release part 2 to reveal other more helpful uses.

If you enjoyed this video, check out the affordable, 54 hour training bundle for Logos Bible Software.

(Here is a coupon for five dollars off: fivedollars)


Upcoming: Free, Live Training – Discovering and Using Rhetoric for Bible Study and Sermon Preparation

If you teach, preach, or present, then you do not want to miss this helpful training on the topic: Discovering and Using Rhetoric for Bible Study and Sermon Preparation.

It’s free to attend. If you can’t make the event, sign-up anyway (they keep their emails private and do not sell their email list), and you will receive a coupon to purchase the edited recording.

Just Released: How to Study the Problem of Evil, Suffering, & Persecution, Part 1

Check out this webinar that teaches you how to study this controversial topic.

Here is an outline of the training:

Time: 65 Minutes (1 Hour, 5 Minutes)
Date: 2018-01-15
Logos Version: 7 (compatible with all versions of Logos)

Bonus: Receive the presenter’s notes that can be converted to a Logos’ searchable, Personal Book

  1. Introduction
  2. Vocabulary
  3. What’s in your library?
  4. Specialized Theological Collections
  5. Recommended but not Required Resources
  6. Why is this important? A Question for the Ages…
  7. Historical Attempts within Christianity to Answer this Question
  8. Historical Attempts Outside Christianity to Answer this Question
  9. How to Research this Topic
  10. Keeping the argument simple

Here is a sneak preview of the training as well: