Update: Because this post is many years old, and because the older you get the more you look back on your old vlogs and say, “Wow that’s embarrassing now how silly I was!”, the vlog portion has been removed (which was the majority of the content for this post). However, you can still use the links in this post (assuming they’re still working) and see if the resources are available. There’s no guarantee they will remain working but last I checked they were.
It’s been a little while, but we’re back in go-mode with the Tips For Life Tuesdays! I’m super excited about today’s tip, and resource, that I’ve got for you! If you’d like a free (for a limited time) tool for studying the Bible, and the best one there is, then you’re going to love this!
Besides the typical goofiness, here’s what I cover in this “episode” of Tips For Life Tuesday:
Reasons you’ll love this resource
- If you ever read the Bible and say, “Man I wish someone could just explain this a bit more…”
- If you’re into digital studying – smartphones, iPad, online, etc.
- You’re a nerd and you like extra info graphics, resources, dictionaries, scholarly articles, pictures, videos, and more.
- REAL KICKER – If you use Logos! Bible Software and of their other apps – It’s made by them = it links with their libraries.
- Has a community built around it, – means you can share notes!
- Available on all platforms.
- FREE – for a limited time only – later $90 bucks!
- And more things I mention in the video.
I show you the features and how it looks, how it works, and talk about some of the perks.
I’ve begun using this resource for all of my readying, studying, note taking, and it makes it super easy to have all of this consolidated to one place!
Links and Resources I Mention
- More about Faithlife: Faithlife About
- The site where they’re giving away the app for free for a limited time: Faithlife Giveaway
- The page for making your account and joining a community: Faithlife Account
- All things Logos Software related: Logos
- For reading / interacting with the Faithlife Bible online: Online Bible
- Downloading the ESV Study Bible (by Crossway) notes into your Faithlife study bible: ESV Study Bible Notes
- My open group where we can all share stuff together: Faithlife: Learning Together
Q: Are you using this resource already? Are you now? Let me know your thoughts or any other coolness / questions I didn’t mention!