Did you know almost all of the books we offer on WORDsearch have a sample on their webpages? These samples are taken straight from the book’s content. Samples of the book’s content help you get a feel of the tone of the book and see what kind of content is included.
To read a sample on our website, first go to a book’s product page.
In this example, we’ll visit the Tyndale Old and New Testament Commentary.
As you probably know, the WORDsearch website is the place to go to download books and purchase software. But did you know that you can find out the new releases, how to use different features, the latest sales, and more just by visiting the homepage?
Here’s some tips to stay in the know:
Sometimes, when creating a sermon, writer’s block hits, or the specific point you want to make seems to elude you, or you have trouble outlining your sermon. Have you ever wished you could see the opinion of another pastor on the topic you’re studying to help nudge you over the block?
by John Kight
Being a seminary student is probably the most rigorous job that I have. If you have ever been through seminary yourself, you know the demands. If you have been through seminary with a young family in the midst of working full time, then you know the demands even better. Between course lectures, assigned reading, research, paper writing, and other related assignments, the demands can stack quickly. It’s because of these demands that I find myWSB.com to be helpful.