In my recent article on the Faithlife blog I review the Faithlife Study Bible. This is one of the best Bibles apps available, with more features that you actually need. I love the highlighting and notes-sharing features. You can read the review here:
Here’s my latest guest post on Laridian’s blog. In this article I show how to use the notes feature, highlighting, and bookmarks to set up and deliver your message.
You can read the article here:
404 can be great tools that help your visitors navigate your site if the page they were looking for is missing, but they don’t do very much out of the box. To really make them work for you, you need to build something a little more epic. My article on Fabulous Blogging’s website shows you how. You can read the article here:
I’ve written an article for the Faithlife blog titled How to Choose a Bible for Preaching. When you search for information about how to choose a Bible, almost all articles are about how to chose a translation. This one actually talks about choosing the Bible itself.
You can read the full article here:
I’ve written an article for Laridian’s blog about creating your own topical chain reference in PocketBible. Here’s a snippet:
Topical chains are references that take you to the next verse in a topic. They are great for personal study, devotions, sermon prep, and for teaching or preaching. You can easily create your own topical chain reference in PocketBible. It can be as simple or detailed as you want: anything from a few verses and topics to a complete topical chain reference study Bible. Click here to read the rest.
Here’s my latest guest post on Laridian’s blog – Setting up and Delivering a Message with PocketBible on your Kindle Fire (or other Android OS tablet)