Affordable training at your pace
If finding the time you need to meet a coach is difficult, or you’re just looking for a simple overview or a more in-depth survey of Logos Bible Software, our simple courses might be the best place for you to start.
Taking a course is simple.
Choose your level
You’ve got to start somewhere. Pick your course based on how deep you would like to go.
Set time aside
Unlike our workshops and coaching options, you’ve got to be intentional in making it happen.
Click play & learn
Plan to meet your coach over a video call, where you walk through training in your own Logos library.
We have courses for all levels of Logos users.
Are you not sure where to start with Logos Bible Software? Or maybe you simply need a jump start to get familiar with things again. Trust us, we’ve been there too! That’s why we created a few short courses no matter how experienced you are with the platform. One time payment for lifetime access.
BasicsA Simple Introduction
- Usually $10!
- Logos platform overview
- 1 hour of content
- Usually $25!
- Deep dive into tools and features
- Great no matter your focus
- 2.5 hours of content
SpecializedInductive Bible Study
- Advanced application
- Great for pastors and professors
- 4 hours of content
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