About a year and a half ago, I made a post in which I sought advice regarding the filing of sermons and/or illustrations. I got a variety of suggestions, including one from Phil Gons, an employee of Logos Bible Software. Phil recommended the Logos Sermon Organizer, beginning his explanation with “It’s not free, but…” Well, for a limited time, it is free. Here’s Logos’ description of the offer:
For a limited time, we’re giving away our Sermon File Addin (http://www.logos.com/products/details/3164). It allows you to archive your old sermons and illustrations in a format that is searchable and organized.
You don’t need to be a Logos user to use it. Simply download our free Libronix engine for Windows (http://www.logos.com/support/downloads/ldls/newuser) and then “purchase” the downloadable version of the Sermon File Addin.
The program provides a cataloging resource but also allows Logos users to include their own studies in their searches of Logos resources. What a great idea. And you can’t beat free.