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As a preacher, teacher, or Bible study leader, occasionally you may experience “writer’s block” during your lesson prep. The Sermon Starter Guide is a great tool for jumpstarting your creativity during these times.
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- The replay functions as the livestream rather than as a recording. You'd have to watch it in another player with playback controls, which is not provided.
- Thanks for the quick answer. How would I move this livestream to another player? Can you give me an example of how it is done?
- You would have to somehow type the address of the webinar page into another player or somehow download the video and play it in another player. Hopefully Faithlife will add playback controls to the replays, but that may be a long shot.
- David Taylor Jr , it was required to enter phone number, church name, church position, number of members, etc., a little unusual to be mandatory data. FWIW, I also never got a link to join after registering and so was unable to participate, so they got free information from me without my being able to get anything out of it. Also unusual.
- Rev. Kevin Obermeyer oh the registration for the event, I understand now. It actually makes sense the information they requested. Different tiers of equip based on church size. Not like that is super sensitive data. The link was displayed on the screen when you were done registering but I will say it would have been easy to miss.
- Journals are some of the most valuable, yet under-used, resources as they relate to Bible study and biblical research. In light of that, please join Morris for a FREE 50-minute webinar as he helps you unlock the power and potential of these tools. He’ll show you how to acquire, archive, and most importantly access them in Logos. You’ll learn power-user features for finding just the right article for a reference, topic, date, and author.Working with JournalsEnhance your Bible study by joining Morris for a FREE training webinar as he explains numerous features in the Bible Word Study Guide.event.webinarjam.com
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- Good morning all, hope all is going well. I'm slowly getting familiar with Logos 9 and have 2 questions. 1. Using the Sermon builder template for Sunday School. I used the title for the 6 week unit as the series title, all good, but in the topic field are you only able to use the predetermined topics? For Example I wanted to use "God's Nature" but when I type that and move to the next field the topic goes blank. Same with passage field. 2. I have a a devotional quick card placed on the dashboard and each morning I have to click several times before I can get it to open, is this normal or am I doing something wrong? thanks for your input
- This may be a glitch with the latest update a couple of days ago (to 9.3 for me) because I'm also having that trouble with the sermons now, which I was not prior to the latest update. As for the devotional card, it may just be because Logos is a huge memory hog and sometimes takes a little bit to respond.
- Ok, interesting, my topic and verse fields are now operating properly. You should be able to start typing in the Topic or Passages box and then wait a few seconds (or several depending on your computer), and a dropdown will appear that will allow you to choose from preset topics or the linked Bible verse(s) you want. Yes, the preset topics are the only ones that will remain in the box. But with different ways of wording your topic, you're bound to find something close.
- Thanks for the nugget on the "men-de" construction in 1 Peter 3:18. I Just noticed the same thing in Romans 6:11 using the help you posted on the blog.
- Joshua Rowe published a newsletterReadFREE WEBINAR Bible Word Study Guide: Top FeaturesTomorrow, February 25th, at 2pm (CDT)
The Bible Word Study Guide provides great assistance for original language word study, assuming we know the purposes of the major sections. For example: How do Lemma and Root differ? What’s the relationship between Translation and Senses? Why is Preposition Use only active for some words?
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