Dr. Kevin Purcell is a pastor, writer, and tech enthusiast. He serves High Peak Baptist Church as pastor. He is passionate about digital Bible study and enjoys helping others delve into God's Word using tech tools. Kevin is married to Barb, an elementary school teacher, and is father to two college-age sons. Pastor Kevin blogs at https://www.kevinpurcell.org/.
Accordance 13 is the latest update in the advanced Bible study market. There is a modest improvement over the previous version and it comes at a modest price. For an additional cost, you can add new books to your library with one of the new upgrade collections.
Using Bible apps can boost discipleship thanks to five specific tools built into these three best Bible apps for maximum personal growth rounded up here. The following Bible apps run on your phone and tablet in both iOS and Android. Use them on an iPhone, iPad or an Android phone, tablet or Amazon Fire tablet.
One of my earliest experiences in Bible software came from Rick Meyers e-Sword, a free option for Windows that now also offers versions you can buy from the Apple App store on iPhone and iPad. The program offers one of the best deals and easiest programs to learn for beginning or casual Bible software users. Is e-Sword sufficient for preachers and teachers of the Bible to share the message of God's word effectively and accurately? Our e-Sword review will dive into that question.
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