Do You Use Discussion Questions in Christian Books?


If you read Christian books, it’s not uncommon to find yourself looking at a list of questions at the end of each chapter. These questions encourage you to interact with the material on a personal level, and help you process what you’re learning. Sometimes they’re designed for groups. Sometimes they’re just for you. What I […]

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Logos 6 Is Here: The World’s Best Bible Software Just Got Better


We’ve just released Logos 6—the most powerful Bible software on the planet. Take your place at the forefront of biblical studies: get Logos 6 now. More than 20 years ago, Logos Bible Software revolutionized the way people study the Word of God. Today, Logos has built on over two decades of technology-based Bible study to […]

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5 Ways to Use Community Notes

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Margin notes are great, but Community Notes are better! Create a Faithlife Group, and start using Community Notes today. There are a lot of ways Faithlife Groups can improve your Bible study or small group. One of them is the revolutionary Bible study tool, Community Notes. When you reread your favorite passages of Scripture or […]

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How to Ask Big Questions in Your Small Group

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Small groups are some of the best places to dig into life’s deepest questions. In a good small group with close friends and fellow believers, you can share what you really think without being attacked or belittled for your opinions. It’s one of the safest settings to honestly discuss theology. But how and when do […]

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The 10 F’s of Bible Study

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If you’re anything like me, you know how hard it can be to settle on a Bible study. You want to grow, and you know having a solid Bible study group is a part of that. But there are so many factors that determine whether or not a Bible study group is the right fit […]

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Equip Yourself to Dive into the Bible


In the information age, it’s hard to spend as much time as you want in Scripture. You’re constantly bombarded with more information than you can handle, so you have to constantly prioritize and filter the things that matter and the things that don’t. And that’s what makes Bible study feel like a paradox. You know […]

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