Logos Bible Software recently announced the formation of the Kerusso Collective. This is a group of respected Black faith leaders and scholars who will lead the integration of Black representation into Logos.
Keeping pace with frequent changes in church technology, Bible software companies have consolidated. While the demand for Bible software continues to grow, companies providing robust full-featured Bible study software now total five. This new list includes Logos by Faithlife, Accordance, Olive Tree, Laridian, and E-Sword.
Few quality mobile Bible study apps predate the iPhone, iPad, or any Android device. Olive Tree Bible Software successfully launched before the smartphone and, unlike most Bible apps released long ago, it’s still going strong in the modern era of smartphones, tablets, and runs on a desktop or laptop.
It's hard to believe that YouVersion is celebrating its 10th anniversary, yet at the same time, most of us can't imagine life before this revolutionary Bible app. Whether connecting with scripture through audio in the car, doing a Bible study with your kids, or sharing your Sunday service bulletin, the YouVersion Bible app has certainly changed the world for the better.
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