While not the first step in preparing a sermon, asking interpretive questions helps take you from wondering to understanding what a passage has to say to the audience in modern day. A preacher begins the sermon prep process by choosing a sermon text to preach or teach and then begins the study of that text…
In step two of our Creative Digital Sermon Prep we focus on making observation of our Biblical text using things like notes in Logos Bible Software, a word processor, a tablet with inking capabilities or some other tool.
If you use Logos Bible Software, you should consider Morris Proctors MPSeminars.com. I review this training subscription service here and on YouTube. See my video and read the review here.
What are the best Bible software apps for people who aren’t studying the Bible to preach or write a commentary or teach in seminary? This roundup of the best Bible software for the person in the pew will answer your questions.
Here are the 3 best Android Bible study apps for 2019. This focuses on serious study and not just Bible reading apps.
What text should yo preach? Our first step in creative digital sermon prep selects a passage to preach. How do you do that digitally?
Conclusions about my 25-day switch from Logos Bible Software to Accordance Bible Software are here.
While switching to Accordance Bible Software for the next 25 days, I will use Accordance Mobile alone as my iPad Bible study app. How does it handle sermon prep?
During my Accordance Bible Software 25-Day Switch I’m trying to use the Accordance User Notes. How does it compare to my old go-to application, Logos?
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Accordance, I’m trying to switch from Logos to Accordance. My Accordance Bible Software 25 Day Switch begins.