If you’ve never owned Logos before, and you are a Bible study leader, now’s the time to try it out.
Ideal for Bible study and small group leaders, these libraries prepare you to answer the tough questions before they’re even asked.
Here are three reasons these libraries are great for Bible study prep and discussion:
1. Your library goes where you go
We’ve all been there. Someone asks a zinger of a question in Bible study, and you know you’ve read a great answer to it, you just can’t remember quite what it said . . .
With Logos Bible Software, your library goes with you. You can access all your books and resources from your mobile device and find answers in seconds, thanks to Logos’ intuitive search options.
So next time the group gets stumped by a good question, you can provide a great answer.
2. You can study quickly and thoroughly
Usually a small group leader has a full-time job and other responsibilities that leave little time for preparing for Bible study.
And yet, it’s your role to facilitate discussion. So how do you balance all that?
Logos helps you do in minutes what would usually take hours with paper books, such as:
- Word studies on important theological words (below)
- Inductive Bible studies of biblical passages
- Translation comparisons
- And more
That’s because Logos resources are all integrated with each other. With a click, you can find just the right Bible dictionary entry or cross-reference—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Logos offers unparalleled Bible study technology to eliminate busywork without sacrificing quality.
3. You can trust what you find
Logos doesn’t let just any book in. Our team of resource experts hand select trusted, scholarly works so that you know you’re learning from qualified teachers.
Not that every author has the same position—our resources hold a wide variety of perspectives (although you can shop by tradition or denomination)—rather, we make sure the books we provide are credible resources for biblical studies.
That way, you know you can trust what you find. (Read more publishing philosophy here.)