Several years ago as I was finishing my days on the seminary campus, I was introduced to a great Bible study tool by the name – Logos.  From that point until today, I’ve been convinced that Logos is the real deal.  Much has changed since those days when I was first introduced to Logos, and I want you to know about the most recent innovations with Logos Bible software.  Meet – Logos Cloud.  Below is a personal review of the Logos Cloud software.  I was not required to provide a positive review of the software, but I want you to know that it was not a disappointment.  I highly recommend it.

essentials-lgLogos Cloud is a subscription based tool that’s available in different levels depending on where you are and what you want to accomplish with the software.  Furthermore, Logos Cloud is the most advanced Bible study software available today and is always working to stay at the forefront to harness the possibilities of technology to make your Bible study more efficient.

How Does Logos Cloud Work?

First, you choose from three different levels, depending on how you will use the software.  For instance, you may be a student in seminary or Bible college and you will use the software differently than the parent who simply wants to have a good software for personal and family Bible study options.

  1. Logos Cloud Essentials
  2. Logos Cloud Plus
  3. Logos Cloud Premium

Because Logos Cloud works on the cloud and is a subscription based software, every six weeks you’ll get new updates, features, tools, and more. And every month new titles will be added to your library, so it grows with you.

Logos Cloud Giveaway

I’m pleased to announce that one reader of this blog will receive a FREE Logos Cloud Premium subscription for one full year.  

Enter the giveaway below:

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Why Logos Cloud is the Right Choice

As I read and prepare for my weekly sermons, Logos has been a huge blessing.  When I travel, I can literally take my entire library with me on the go without bulky bags full of books tethered to me.  In fact, I can take thousands of volumes with me on my iPad since Logos Cloud works seamlessly across all platforms.

Desktop Software – This is downloadable software installed on a computer (PC or Mac). This is the best way to experience the full power of Logos Cloud.Logos-3
Logos Mobile App – The Logos Mobile App is available on Android and iOS so Logos Cloud can truly go anywhere.
Logos Web App (Beta) – The Logos Web App is still in development. All Logos Cloud members get exclusive beta access as we bring the power of the desktop to the web.

Perhaps one of the best ideas Logos has implemented recently is the Logos Web App (Beta).  Although it’s still in development, I was able to test drive it over the past couple of weeks and I’m impressed.  Although all of the features aren’t available at this time, you can imagine what’s on the horizon.

If you’re working on a computer where Logos isn’t installed and you don’t have access to your mobile app, you can login to your account and bring up the web app version and access your library and resources.  The web app is fast and runs through your computer without running a software program.  This is one more way in which Logos Cloud makes your Bible study more efficient.

I’ve been convinced of the power of Logos Bible software for years.  Logos Cloud is the next level in Bible study software.  Logos Cloud gives you a digital, biblical library whenever, and wherever, you are.  From the church member who’s looking for a good study tool to the expert scholar – Logos Cloud provides the solution on every level.  Pastors and church members will all benefit from this great Bible study tool.  I encourage you to register for the giveaway and sign up for a free trial today.

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Author Introducing Logos Cloud

Josh Buice

Pastor Pray's Mill Baptist Church

Josh Buice is the founder and president of G3 Ministries and serves as the pastor of Pray's Mill Baptist Church on the westside of Atlanta. He is married to Kari and they have four children, Karis, John Mark, Kalli, and Judson. Additionally, he serves as Assistant Professor of Preaching at Grace Bible Theological Seminary. He enjoys theology, preaching, church history, and has a firm commitment to the local church. He also enjoys many sports and the outdoors, including long distance running and high country hunting. He has been writing on Delivered by Grace since he was in seminary and it has expanded with a large readership through the years.