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    The Robert J. Morgan Podcast

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    If you've been to Camp Logos or are a subscriber at MP Seminars, you've probably heard me talk about my mentor, Rob Morgan. He taught me exegesis and expository preaching many years ago. In addition to being a sound expositor, Rob is a master at locating and incorporating illustrations into his sermons and books.

    So I'm writing to you today to introduce you to Rob's new and FREE weekly podcast which will not only encourage you, but also provide you with stories, quotes, and illustrations if you're a preacher or teacher.

    In his first set of podcasts he'll give you a biblical tour through American history. Revisionist historians may try to expunge Scriptural influence from our nation's founding and development -- but as Rob says, no eraser on earth can do that!

    I want to encourage all of you to listen and subscribe for FREE. Make notes of Scripture references and use these stories in your sermons and lessons to grab your listeners' attention and to reinforce your points! 

    Again, this is completely FREE, so enjoy!

    - Morris

    1. Good Morning Mo! I just completed the Camp Logos Inductive from your website. I'm looking for the best way to get access to the documents/filters/visual filters that you shared with the class. Can you help me?
      1. Im pretty sure Morris does not monitor this group. And Im not exactly sure which docs you are referring to. But perhaps you can find what you need at documents.logos.com. That site has all users' shared documents.
      2. Thanks Myke. They where the specific shared items that Mo created during his inductive Camp Logos training. Appreciate the help!
      3. 10-4. There are some here, but they are older, it looks like, so probably not the ones you need: https://faithlife.com/mpseminars/documents
    2. Mo, I went to look at the timeline from the tools menu and it was overwhelming. Not that I was scared or anything; so I went to the Logos help and it started to explain the timeline. So I happen to scroll up and I got instructions to type timeline in the library search. I can tell you I was completely blown away as I opened or started to open each resource. So I stopped to tell you before the year end we need a Timeline webinar. The timeline seems to be treasure or pearl logos Hid and I found it its absolutely amazing. Guys, open the library and type "timeline". Stupid me I thought one or two of the resources applied to what I was looking for. so for those who have not found this treasure, do it , open them all. I'm gone
      1. I remember seeing that it is possible to add a web link to Logos if you could let me know how this is done and where should I place the link as my shortcut bar is very busy? Thanks waiting on reply.
      2. Here's a general question for you pastors. We all appreciate Logos Software and MP Seminars, and we all know that you have to invest time in learning the software to master it well. I know a pastor who is an excellent teacher, and he incorporates a lot of research into his sermons. But, I also heard one of his older church members complain, "The pastor spends too much time in his office on the blame computer instead of getting out and being with people when they're hurting..." So, pastors, how do you use Logos and master how to use it well... without it mastering you? Suggestions?
        1. , thanks for your practical advice. I like your Workflow idea to keep a person from going down rabbit trails, and I see where you have made your "Textual Sermon Prep" workflow available to the public. I look forward to checking it out.
        2. Workflows are good, and something I plan to use more of (and once I get some good workflows prepared, I can share them). They do allow for leveraging the software while staying focused on the research at hand.
        3. John Bass said, "...They are not the one providing your call. Your calling comes from God..." While it is true that the Divine Call is from God, it comes through the church. There is no call that is not to a congregation, and without a congregation, there is no call. You are called to serve them in the Office of the Public Ministry. You don't get to "ignore them."
      3. I am recent member to the MP Seminar group. I completed viewing the Camp Logos Inductive video training from Murfreesboro. In the last session you sent out an invitation link to the members of the training to download guides. Can I have access to the group link so that I can download the information?
      4. I'm trying to learn the ins-outs of the Sentence Diagramming Tool in Logos 8. Have you done any videos or know of any guides that will help?
        1. Thanks, Myke. Nathan — I looked on MP Seminars, but didn’t see anything. Maybe I missed it. Thanks!
        2. There are links to a guide and another video here: https://www.logos.com/features/sentence-diagramming
        3. You can get this book in logos that will walk you through the process from the very beginning. "Diagrammatical Analysis" by Lee L. Kantenwein. I checked and it is still available from the logos website. Posted cost is $8.99. This is very helpful if you fell asleep in those diagramming parts of English OR Greek. Hope this helps. It is worth the cost.
      5. A Logos user emailed asking if it's possible to create a Reading Plan based just on the words of Christ in red. I created 2 plans, one based on just the Gospels and the other the entire NT. You can download them from the Bible Study section in the sidebar and then edit them as you desire.
        1. I have a question to you Morris. While you were training inductive study you have shown a CD with which you are able to magnify the text could you mention me here please what it is while you have spoken so fast that as some one whose English is not his native language. As you have mentioned it you can distribute the article. Could you tell me please the price and how I can get it in Germany. Thank you.
      6. Find new relationships between Old Testament and New Testament passages: