Choose a sermon archive today, and study with teachings from some of America’s most popular preachers.
Sermons are a great way to add insights to your spiritual diet. With sermon archives and Logos, it’s easier than ever to get your daily dose of wisdom. Devotionals are excellent bite-sized nuggets of truth, but when you start or end your day with a sermon, you’re getting a full meal.
Listening to a sermon in church is an entirely different experience than reading a book—you read the pastor. A facial expression or hand gesture can change the way you process their words—positively or negatively. But have you ever listened to a sermon in church and thought, “Wait, what did that pastor say?” Even if you take great notes, chances are, without the manuscript right in front of you, you’re probably going to miss something.
Sermon archives help you experience sermons in new ways and use them how you want. Logos Bible Software compiles thousands of sermons by your favorite pastors and teachers, and provides you with manuscripts you can read right alongside your Bible or commentaries. Every archive is fully searchable. Some of these archives include audio and video formats as well, so you can choose the format that best fits your learning style.
You can get sermon archives by Timothy Keller, John Piper, and Greg Laurie, and you can pre-order the archives of John MacArthur, D.A. Carson, Jimmy Evans, and Skip Heitzig. If you’re a pastor, this means you have thousands of models right in front of you as you prepare your own sermons. And if you’re not a pastor, who better to learn from than some of the best teaching pastors in the country?
Find exactly what you’re looking for
When you get a sermon archive, Logos organizes all of those sermons, whether there are hundreds or thousands of them. The Sermon Finder synchronizes with Logos 5’s Passage Guide and Sermon Starter Guide, making it even easier to jump right into the sermons you want to study. The Passage Guide lets you search across your library for all references to a particular passage—so whether you’re teaching on that passage or just wanting to learn more about it, all your sermons that discuss that passage come up. The Sermon Starter Guide finds all the tools you need to write compelling sermons and puts them right at your feet. When you search a passage or sermon theme, the Sermon Starter Guide pulls up all related passages, illustrations, quotations, media, and even sermon outlines. When you add sermon archives to your library, you’ll find all your relevant sermons here too.
Add a sermon archive to your library today, and experience the teachings of some of America’s most popular pastors in a whole new way.
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