A Special Logos Library for Biblical Counseling

chaplainlibRight now, you can get 15% off a library designed for chaplains—get the Chaplain’s Library today.

Chaplains, counselors, and teachers often hold unique positions of influence within a wide range of communities. Christians and non-Christians alike turn to you for wisdom, frequently in the midst of some of life’s most dire circumstances. For Christians, this position is a powerful ministry opportunity. Even if circumstances don’t allow direct biblical counseling, the truths of Scripture and the power of faith permeates your life and informs your decisions as you counsel others.

Whether you work in a traditional chaplaincy position or find yourself ministering in crises, the Chaplain’s Library is full of counseling resources you need. This extensive 407-title library provides a comprehensive collection dedicated to grief counseling, discipleship, officiating, and leadership, as well as important materials for more thorough Bible study.

You’ll get the power of Logos 5 with a digital library customized for chaplains, including:

  • Trauma, Loss and Bereavement: A Survivor’s Handbook
  • The Complete Guide to Crisis & Trauma Counseling
  • Handbook for Chaplains: Comfort My People
  • Hope for the Heart Biblical Counseling Library (100 vols.)
  • Christian Focus Marriage and Family Collection (7 vols.)

You’ll also get great quotes, illustrations, and verse slides to use when you need something professional to share with others.

Logos is designed to help you study more, faster. When life keeps you on the go and relational ministry blurs the line between your personal and professional life, your time is valuable. Logos 5 is mobile, so your Bible study tools go where you do, and human intelligence governs Logos’ functions, making it a lightning-fast personal research assistant.

Get your Chaplain’s Library today and save 15% with coupon code CHAPLAINBP at checkout. Or, check out other Logos base packages to pick the library that’s built to meet your needs.

Comments

  1. says

    Just a head’s up: Biblical Counseling is not the same thing as psychology done by a Christian. When you advertise books as being related to Biblical Counseling, but they are actually psychology in disguise some folks get a little bit tweaked. I’m not saying I’m tweaked. But it is a topic that needs distinguishing.

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