But if you don’t know what morphology is, is Logos beyond you?
Not at all. (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:
If you’re writing expository sermons, it means you’ve developed skills for serious Bible study.
And not only that, you’ve developed skills for sharing the wealth you discover with others.
As you know, that process takes a lot of time, demands many steps, and requires a number of resources. How can you tighten it up without skipping the steps you know you need to take for an accurate, thorough, transformative sermon? [Read more…]
There are several ways to get your hands on Logos 8, the newest version of Logos, but which one is right for you?
If you already own Logos and are looking to upgrade to 8, read on. In this post, I explain differences between a feature upgrade and a complete upgrade—and why you might prefer one over the other. [Read more…]
One of the biggest changes in Logos is the facelift given to Docs.
As you know, in Logos you can build complex search queries, visual filters, passage lists, sermons, and more. And you can save them as documents.
We’d gather Wednesday nights for a scaled-down version of Sunday morning: a little singing, some prayer, and meatier teaching.
The kids would be dismissed for age-appropriate classes, while the adults stayed in the sanctuary for lecture- or discussion-based lessons. It was an effective way to get our whole church body growing in biblical literacy. [Read more…]