PowerPoint Sermons in Your Passage Guide
PowerPointSermons.com offers over 3,500 eye-catching, downloadable PowerPoint templates and JPEG stills that are easily customizable and simple to use, helping Pastors creatively and professionally display their sermons every week. This partnership will integrate a growing design library of stunning sermon graphics seamlessly into Logos Bible Software. Search, preview and download using any Logos base collection. Purchase a PowerPointSermons.com membership and start incorporating compelling design graphics into your sermons and worship services.
With this new feature Logos Bible Software not only cuts down on your sermon preparation time, but it will help you engage your audience with visually stunning PowerPoint slides. Along with providing commentaries, dictionaries, cross references and maps the Passage Guide in Logos Bible Software now links directly to the massive collection of slides at PowerPointSermons.com. Simply enter the passage you wish to preach on, click the “Go!” button and your passage guide will provide direct links to slides for your biblical text.
In order to use this valuable tool you must have:
- A Subscription to PowerPointSermons.com
- The Libronix Digital Library System (Version 3.0e or greater)
- The Logos Bible Software home page (Included with all Logos base collections or available for purchase)
Each Graphic Set contains 3 Title Slide variations and 4 Content Slide variations. You can download each Graphic Set in two different formats: PowerPoint (.ppt) and Image File (.jpg) Each Graphic Set offers flexibility and versatility.
Our "Click and Type" PowerPoint files come prepared with images and text boxes inserted to help save time. All slides can be duplicated as many times as needed, displaying scripture passages, sermon outlines, additional graphics, photos, lyrics, and video.
Download just the images themselves by choosing "JPEG Image Pack." Use the image files on your church website, bulletin cover, flyers and postcards. Additionally, because the images are in .jpg format, your own sermon titles can be added in more sophisticated graphic design programs such as Adobe Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro.