Two years ago I finally listened to my friends advice. I bought a copy of Logos. I had played with a free version of logos for a few years but with my part time bible studies and the arrival of logos 9, I decided to commit. It was an investment that really paid off and has helped me with my studies and service in my church. So when the kind people of Faithlife reached out to me with a review copy of Logos 10 in exchange for a review, I jumped at the chance![Read more…] about 10 Noteworthy New Features in Logos 10
Blessing Mpofu and Chris Wilson have a conversation with Jason Brueckner and Ryland Brown from Logos Daily. Through community, coaching and content they help people learn, master Logos Bible Software. They also share great thoughts on Bible study, investing in spiritual formation for community, ministry and the value of personalised coaching vs. generic resources and content.[Read more…] about On Logos Daily [Podcast #325]
A few months ago I decided to get my Bible reading habit back on track. After some searching, I found the NET Journal Bible and decided to give it a go. Here is a review including a video version with some differences.[Read more…] about NET Journal Bible [Review]
“Pray without ceasing.” Easy right? Well, yes and no. It’s no wonder that there are many prayer notebooks, Bibles and apps to help people. This is why the YouVersion Prayer feature is worth a look.
Although there are many prayer apps out there, the latest one from YouVersion takes a few unique decisions, not least of all the fact that it’s built straight into the most popular Bible application in the world. So I guess it’s really a feature rather than an app, but I believe it’s worth comparing it to a standalone app.[Read more…] about The New YouVersion Prayer Feature In Its Bible App
Stain glass, hymns and other forms of art have not only been worship aids but media. For hundreds of years many people’s faith was enhanced through them. They were and, in some ways are still a part of people’s spirituality. Today, with developments in tech, it only makes sense that apps take the part of these mediums. Devotional apps have found space on the screens of many Christ followers. That’s why I thought we’d take a look at some Lectio Divina devotional apps.
As a clinical counselor, I have to reduce as many distractions as possible when I meet with my clients. My first month on the job, my phone was on vibrate sitting on my computer table and started vibrating due to a text message. My need for professionalism kicked in hard, I apologized profusely to the client, and put my phone on silent.
Months later, an accidental alarm was on my phone for something completely different that went off. In between sessions, I found Do Not Disturb and for the past six years have left my phone on this mode. Of course, if there is an emergency, my wife can contact support staff to get me, but I have yet to need that.