Seminary Scholarship winner gets a grand, helping hand from Logos
Seminary student receives $1,000 cash, Logos Bible Software package worth thousands in print
BELLINGHAM, Wash., March 22, 2012 — A student from Lancaster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania is the latest recipient of Logos Bible Software's quarterly Seminary Scholarship. Receiving $1,000 cash and electronic Bible study tools worth more than $8,000 in print, Kim Kendricks now utilizes valuable resources that help her complete a vigorous academic program and deepen her scriptural knowledge.
“Thank you so very much for the abundant blessing of the scholarship and access to the library!” said Lancaster Theological Seminary student Kim Kendricks. “Both gifts will be put to great use for the remainder of my seminary studies.”
Designed to assist seminary students with no time or money to waste, Seminary Scholarship awards one person each quarter with $1,000 to help with tuition costs, along with a free Logos 4 package known as Scholar's Library, which enables users to shave hours of research time with one click. This powerful set of tools helps students study Scripture in the original languages and puts hundreds of books, commentaries and Bible resources instantly at their disposal.
Qualifying for Logos' Seminary Scholarship is quick and easy, with no denominational, demographic or degree track requirements. It only requires current or prospective students of an accredited seminary to watch a video and fill out a few questions on an application page, with the entire process taking less than 15 minutes.
The winner for the next Seminary Scholarship will be announced May 10, 2012.
Logos is the leading provider of multilingual tools and resources for Bible study on Macs, PCs and mobile devices. Logos has served pastors, scholars and everyone who wants to study the Bible since 1992, partnering with 150 publishers to offer more than 21,000 Christian ebooks to users in 210 countries.