by Teddy James
Every January, it becomes practically impossible to find a parking space at the gym. Gym regulars take it in stride, knowing that the parking lot will be back to normal in a few days.
Also in January, Internet searches for phrases like “Read the Bible in a year” increase sharply. However, much like going to the gym, most abandon these plans within a few weeks.
Today, new tools are available to help Christians dig deeper into Scripture and find encouragement and accountability.
Ease of use
One such tool is Logos Bible Software. Upon opening Logos for the first time, it is easy to see it isn’t like any other program.
The home screen has been called “The front page of your daily theological newspaper.” For your own front page, Logos allows you to choose content from daily Bible readings, devotionals, Logos blog posts, excerpts from commentaries, sermons and more.
To learn how to get the most out of Logos beyond the home page, its creators offer tutorials, hints and tips on a YouTube channel (youtube.com/user/LogosBibleSoftware).