Mark Ward is the author of Authorized and recently wrote and appeared in a documentary of the same name. In this interview, we learn about the origins of the film, what went into writing the screenplay, and what audience reactions have been to his arguments about KJV readability. (more…)
Every church, no matter how big or small, relies on teamwork. And while every partnership matters, some are especially strategic and worthy of attention. [Read more…]
Here are nine quick-and-dirty tips to follow on your way to a memorable, discoverable church website domain name. [Read more…]
In the book 300 Christmas Quotations and Prayers, editor Elliot Ritzema pulls from centuries of Christian writing to offer timeless yet fresh reflections on Advent and Christmas.
So you may be wondering, “Does our church need an app, and is a church app worth the money?”
In this article, I compare the two in hopes to help you arrive at a decision you can feel confident about. [Read more…]
But if you don’t know what morphology is, is Logos beyond you?
Not at all. [Read more…]
It wasn’t the rhetoric or the moving stories that did it, although both were strong. It was how confidently the nonprofit founder asked.
He wasn’t embarrassed or tentative. He didn’t make jokes about our pocketbooks. He didn’t allude to money as an elephant in the room. (In fact, a few days before the event, he told us all in an email, “I’ll be asking you to make a pledge of financial support for the coming year.”) [Read more…]
Would you take a minute to tell me about yourself?
My name is Matt, and I oversee the Faithlife blog. I’ve designed a short survey to get a better feel for who you are and what you enjoy reading, and I’ll use the results to make this blog more relevant to you.
Would you take a brief moment to answer some questions? All questions are optional, so you can skip any if you are in a rush.
Thanks for your time,
If the survey appears odd below, take the survey in a better view.
The short answer is, you wouldn’t. And you won’t.
This post is about Dynamic Pricing, and why it means:
- You never pay for Logos features and resources you already own
- Upgrading to Logos 8 will cost less than you may think