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Logos Cloud brings you powerful, affordable, subscription-based Bible study. Vyrso and Logos Cloud share the same Faithlife account, this means that when you start your free month with Logos Cloud your library will grow by over 100 ebooks

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Create a unique Bible study experience—Logos Cloud offers four subscription levels: Essentials, Plus, Premium, and Professional.

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Ask Josh Kelley Questions as You Read His Ebook


Have you ever been reading a book and wanted to ask the author a question, or wanted to respond to something they said?

You can talk to your friends and everyone guess at how the author might respond, but the only way to know for sure is to ask him or her directly. . . .

Emailing, tweeting at, or writing a letter to the author can be intimidating.

Get answers as you read

Discuss important ideas, start meaningful conversations, and get answers as you read the ebook, Radically Normalwith author Josh Kelleyjust join his Faithlife Group!

Radically Normal is all about how we can live as fully committed followers of Christ right where we are—we don’t have to go somewhere to be radically obedient. Josh recognizes the vague sense of guilt that surrounds people in the church who aren’t missionaries or pastors, and he shows you why you don’t have to give away everything you own to be a fully committed follower of Jesus Christ. Why? Because God is crazy about you right where you are!

Josh is genuinely interested in discussing important points in Radically Normal.

More than anything—he wants to connect with you as you read, be available for answering questions, and participate in discussions! 

 When you add Radically Normal to your library, you’ll be able to ask Josh questions directly within your ebook using Community Notes, or you can start a discussion with Josh and other readers.

Josh has included two suggested reading plans to help you get started (note: you can’t join the reading plan until you own the ebook), as well as a small group planning guide and small group discussion questions—you can find it all in the documents tab.


Join the Radically Normal Faithlife Group today to get answers, discuss ideas, and create conversations with Josh Kelley while you read his ebook, Radically Normal.


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What to Look for in a Future Spouse: An Interview with Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky

Kyle and Kelsey

Husband and wife duo Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky recently teamed up to write The Chase: Trusting God with Your Happily Ever After, their new ebook all about relationships, dating, and pursuing God in relationships. Kelsey, daughter to Karen Kingsbury, is is a designer of “Possibilities,” a DaySpring greeting card and gift line, and an actress in several films. Kyle is a Christian recording artist—he has toured with Lecrae, MercyMe, and Steven Curtis Chapman. 

Vyrso had the chance to get the inside scoop on Kyle and Kelsey’s love story, tips for Christian couples as they begin dating, traits to look for in a future spouse, and so much more.

Tell us a little bit about your story—how did you two meet?

Kyle: The first time I ever met Kelsey was backstage at a concert in Portland, Oregon. When I met Kelsey, I could tell right away that she was different than most girls at concerts. She was confident, kind, and fun. She was just being herself and that really drew me in. That caught my eye. I began to pursue Kelsey. I would drive hours to see her only for a little while before she had to catch a plane. And Kelsey would fly to my nearest shows. Endless hours of Skype dates soon followed and we began dating. We are both romantics, so handwritten notes, love songs, and lots of laughter colored our relationship. We quickly fell in love.

In The Chase, you make the point that it’s important for young men and women to chase after God instead of chasing after fairy tales and dating relationships. How would you say young Christians will know when you are ready to start dating?

Kelsey: When your identity is completely wrapped up in God. When you are completely defined by his love. [Click to Tweet!] You aren’t ready for a romantic relationship until you chase God first. That way, you’ll be defined by God’s love. Not by a guy or a girl or a relationship. Your beauty and self-worth will be wrapped up in God, bringing you peace and confidence. The secret to being ready for a relationship is keeping your heart connected to God.

What are ways young singles can start making themselves ready for marriage?

Kyle:  Think of being single as a time when God is preparing you for your future. Every minute, every hour, every month, every year of singleness is a crucial part of your preparation and journey to meet your potential future love.

What traits should young men and women be looking for in their future spouse?

Kelsey: Character, confidence, and a passion for Jesus. The perfect combination is when you find someone who gets your heart racing but also has a deep and genuine faith. What a beautiful combination. And don’t for a second think that dreaming about your future spouse is wrong or that your standards are too high! God knows and his timing is perfect.

What are five of your go-to tips you would give to Christian boys and girls as they begin to start dating?

Kyle: For Christian guys:

1. Pray about the relationship.

2. Lead her spiritually—talk about God with her. Share with her what God’s doing in your life. Read the Bible together.

3. Respect her by practicing purity and talking about it throughout the relationship.

4. Show her how much she means to you. She’s a prized jewel God created with his own hands. Show that with your actions.

5. Give of yourself sacrificially. Choose her over your own interests. If you find yourself really struggling here. . . maybe she’s not the one.

Kelsey: For Christian girls:

1.  Pray about the relationship.

2. Protect your heart. You deserve nothing but the very best when it comes to guys. So don’t fall in love too fast.

3. Build up the guy with your words. Affirmation is the key to a guy’s heart.

4. Respect the guy by letting him lead. If you let a guy lead the relationship instead of maneuvering it yourself to where you want it to go, you’ll be able to see more clearly how serious he is about the relationship and if he’s leading you in a godly way

5. Practice purity and to talk about it throughout the relationship. Make sure you’re both on the same page.

What are ways that young Christians can guard their heart as they are dating?

Kelsey: Pray for wisdom. Pray for protection for your heart. And praying doesn’t have to be fancy or perfectly planned out. Praying is just telling God what’s on your heart. If you talk to him about the relationship, he’ll show you what to do. And if you don’t get an answer from God right away, wait.

What are some pieces of advice you would give to anyone who has dated before they were ready and made mistakes they now regret? How does grace play into their picture?

Kyle: We are going to mess up, but it’s what we learn from those mistakes that really counts. God offers grace and forgiveness beyond measure. We don’t deserve it, but he grants it freely. [Click to Tweet!] All it takes is for us to acknowledge that we messed up, that we are broken, and that we desperately need his help and forgiveness.

You can choose today to start again. You can still find your happily ever after with God’s guidance. We all have to live with the consequences of our actions, but God is right there helping us.


Read more insights from Kyle and Kelsey’s story and the stories of others about putting God first in their relationships, protecting purity, dealing with loneliness, and so much more in The Chase!

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When You are Weak, He is Strong


As Christians, we can rely daily on the strength of the Lord to bring us through hard times.

In the Bible we see this time and time again—whether it was Daniel, Mary, or Paul—all followers of God have fearlessly sought his calming, loving, and uplifting spirit, and have seen God as a constant stronghold in their lives.

Reflecting on God’s amazing love encourages us to rely fully on the strength of God, knowing that he will be there for us in any circumstance.

Here are five passages to reflect on, as you seek after God’s strength:

Deuteronomy 3:16 — “Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the Lord your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or forsake you.”

Isaiah 40:29-31 — “He gives power to the faint,  and to him who has no might he increases strength. Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.”

Psalm 23:4 — “Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.”

2 Corinthians 12:9-10 — “But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’ Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. For the sake of Christ, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities. For when I am weak, then I am strong.”

Ephesians 6:10-13 — “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand firm. ”


Keep learning about God’s strength with four ebooks by Stever Farrar all about God’s strength for 99 cents each through September 30:

Real Valor: A Charge to Nurture and Protect Your FamilyReal Valor takes a look at the life of Boaz, and shows how Boaz is an example of true biblical manhood and Farrar contrasts his story with cultures definition of masculinity.

True Courage—True Courage recounts God’s nature to love and provide incredible courage to us in the midst of uncertainty.

God BuiltGod Built is all about the world’s desperate need of bold, passionate men of integrity, and the ways in which they’re built, shaped, and formed by God.

Battle Ready: Prepare to Be Used by GodBattle Ready is for any man who longs to serve God. Inside you’ll explore the lives of men who made an impact in their world and who trusted God for victory in battle.

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Undefeated: A Guest Post from Don Wilton


Today’s guest post is by Dr. Don Wilton, author of Undefeated: God’s Strategy For Successful LivingIn this new release, Wilton leads you straight to the Cross where you will find all you need for success in overcoming life’s battles. 

Through September 25, get Undefeated on sale for just $3.99!

Read Wilton’s guest post, exclusively on Vyrso, about trusting God and living an undefeated life for Christ.

It is impossible for any person to live a sinless life. Only Jesus Christ could do so! But it is possible to lead an undefeated life. Only Jesus Christ can empower you to do so!

The recent and sad exposure of millions of people who used the Ashley Madison website has resulted in many families being devastated and many lives being ruined. Many are professing Christians.

I know of one friend who was so shamed he took his own life. He was, most certainly, a Christian man. He lived in the same world and heard the same Word as we all do. Perhaps he sang the same song we all sing, “Trust and obey, for there is no other way to be happy in Jesus—but to trust and obey!” Like many he went to church, studied the Bible, and even taught others to do the same. But the lure of this world defeated him. He gave in and succumbed. He was caught in the crossfire! The titanic tug o’ war!  The “caught between the rock and a hard place!” The “rock” is the Word of God—the “seed” of life.  The “hard place” is where the seed falls. Our world is a tough place to sow our seed. Weeds are everywhere and the ground upon which it falls is getting harder all the time. So, many moms and dads today have an epic battle on their hands trying to deepen the roots of their sons and daughters so that when the wind blows they will be less likely to bend, crack and even split down the middle. Trees die when they do.

We are a dying people being blown about by the winds of change and challenge. We have become the subjects of the “courts of public opinion,” and this is a dangerous place to be.

The heart of man cannot be trusted.

And so the problem we all have is the proverbial problem posed by the predicament. God’s Word has the answer. Jesus told us to be “in” the world but not “of” the world.

How does this work? I think he was telling us to lead “distinctive” lives not “separate” lives.

How do we do this? This world in which we live is imploding. Believers are now faced with a downward spiral politically, socially, and morally. It seems that everyday’s news brings yet another headline of yet another husband, wife, son or daughter who has been defeated by the enemy. And all of us can be. We are all sinners saved only by the grace of God. In fact, the only difference between the best of us and the worst of us is the grace of God. [Click to Tweet!] This is why I have written this short book “Undefeated.”

I just believe in the power of God working in the heart of man. I believe there is hope for us. I believe God means what he says and says what he means. I believe you and I can trust God. I am convinced you can lead an undefeated life. You and I can be successful and we can live a full and meaningful life. 

Above all else, I believe we can live an entire life worthy of all God has entrusted us with. We can be faithful in marriage and our sons and daughters can look at us with gratitude for lives lived with honor, integrity, and service. We can be forgiven–yes, even when we have fallen and succumbed. There is a new beginning [Click to Tweet!] and a new day and bright tomorrow. As my dear friend Dr. Billy Graham has said all around the world, “the future is as bright as the promises of God.”  I believe it.


Get ready to find a new kind of success and begin living an undefeated life when you add Don Wilton’s Undefeated to your library!

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Why the Fear of Man is a Trap: An Excerpt from Dancing Through Life

Candace Cameron Bure

Candace Cameron Bure is known to many from her role as D.J. Tanner on the sitcom Full House, Candace is both outspoken and passionate about her family and faith. She keeps busy as an actress, producer,  New York Times best-selling author, inspirational speaker, Dancing with the Stars finalist, the newly-announced co-host of The View.

Candace has recently released her new ebook, Dancing Through Life, where she reflects on the self-discovery that came through leaping out of her comfort zone and joining the cast of Dancing with the Stars. You’ll discover the tough lessons she learned, see how she stayed true to herself, and understand how she found the courage to stand with conviction on one of the largest platforms of her life.

Check out the following exclusive excerpt from Dancing Through Life:

Proverbs 29:25 should be standard issue armor for every Christian! It’s one of those verses we need to survive: “The fear of man is a snare, but the one who trusts in the Lord is protected.”

Fear of man is the worry that we won’t measure up, that we will be criticized, that someone won’t approve of the choices we are making.

The Bible calls this a trap. Why? Because fear of man works like a chain that binds us to public opinion. [Click to Tweet!]

Instead of living free, we are shackled by worry and fear of what someone else might think of us. The truth is, it’s impossible to please everyone. If they look hard enough, people can always find something to be critical about. (Just check my Facebook page regularly and you’ll see what I mean.)

But safety is found in trusting God. He’s not critical, but freely accepts us just as we are. Yes, he calls us to strive to live more and more like him, but he’s not watching from heaven, waiting for us to misstep so he can zap us with a lightning bolt! There is freedom and safety in living our lives for him  [Click to Tweet!] and intentionally turning down the volume on the chatter of the crowd.

In fact, turning down the volume helped the tide start to turn in my anxiety battle. During this week of competition, I stopped reading the comments on Facebook and Twitter. I simply had to turn it off. There were too many voices in my head: fans, family, Mark, the costumers, even my four counselors. I needed to be able to hear the two voices that mattered most, the Lord’s and my own.

I wish there was a forever cure for fear of man. If I could bottle the fearlessness and confidence I felt after making the choices that were right for me during Disney week, I would have! I could use a dose of that daily. But the lessons I learned that week have stuck with me.

Yes, there is wisdom in an abundance of wise counselors, but ultimately my convictions are best formed between me and God.

I must boldly live my life to please him and not for the fickle applause of man.

Fear of man is a trap. If I live my life afraid of what someone might think or say about me, I will trade in 
my freedom in Christ for the chains of fear, doubt, worry, resentment, and self-pity.

Sometimes you have to turn down the voices in order 
to hear the still, small voice of God.

God is my defender! I don’t have to defend myself.

I need to be intentional to make sure that my words 
build up others. I also need to commit to handle conflict in ways that are personal and graceful and make sure my words are carefully chosen, not carelessly dished out.

Off the DWTS stage and away from the glaring spotlight, I am resolved that I won’t ever stop being the real me to be an illusion of a better but fake Christian version of myself. I don’t want to be the poster child for perfection; I want to be a neon sign that points to Jesus. [Click to Tweet!]

In the days to come, I am likely to disappoint my critics again—that may include some of the readers of this book. But please look to Jesus and only Jesus for perfection. You certainly won’t find it in me, and I promise you won’t find it in others either. But here’s what we can do while we fix our eyes on Jesus . . . we can encourage one another. We can build each other up. We can choose our words wisely to share the truth in love, and we can make a pact to be gracious to others, including those we only know through our computer screens. 
After all, “The fear of man is a snare, but the one who trusts in the Lord is protected” (Prov. 29:25).


This is an excerpt from Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction by Candace Cameron Bure (B&H Publishing Group). Used by permission.

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Ebook Specials from Author of the Month Candace Cameron Bure

Danging Through Life

Candace Cameron Bure has been keeping busy. Known to many from her role as D.J. Tanner on the sitcom Full House, Candace is an actress, producer, New York Times best-selling author, inspirational speaker, Dancing with the Stars finalist, and the newly-announced co-host of The ViewShe is both outspoken and passionate about her family and faith.

In honor of being named Vyrso’s Author of the Month, you can get two exclusive deals on Candace’s ebooks for a limited time:

1.  Through September 23, get Candace’s Balancing it All and Reshaping it All on sale for $2.99.

2. Through September 20, get daily pricing specials on her new ebook, Dancing Through Life—you can get this ebook starting at 99 cents on September 16, and each day the price will rise. You’ll want to make sure to download this ebook while it’s at the best price!

Check out the daily deal on Dancing Through Life:


September 16: Save 90% and get it for $0.99.

September 17: Save 70% and get it for $2.99.

September 18: Save 50% and get it for $4.99.

September 19: Save 30% and get it for $6.99.

September 20: Save 20% and get it for $7.99.

September 21Dancing Through Life will be back at full price! 

Don’t miss other ebooks by Candace, on sale now through September 23:

Reshaping it All—get it for $2.99!

Candace Cameron Bure first became known to many as a co-star on the hit television series Full House.

In Reshaping It All, she continues the story, inspiring women to embrace a healthier lifestyle by moving faith to the forefront of their lives, making wise choices, and finding their worth in the eyes of God. Candace shares a candid account of her struggle with food and ultimately her healthy outlook on weight despite the toothpick-thin expectations of Hollywood.

Balancing it All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose—get it for $2.99!

“How do you do it all?” That’s the question that women everywhere are asking themselves as we seek to balance all of our roles, responsibilities, and opportunities.

So, how do we do it? Working since the age of five, Candace has been in a balancing act for nearly her entire life. She is the first to tell you that there is no miracle formula for perfect execution in every area of your life, but there definitely are some lessons to be learned, lessons that come to life in Candace’s story.

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Get 5 Ebooks for $0.99 Each!

Through September 21, get five ebooks for just 99 cents each from Rose Publishing! In each ebook, you can learn about the different Christian denominations, how to cope with rejection, 14 key Christian beliefs, and more.

Add all five ebooks to your library for just $4.95!


Fear by June Hunt


Do you long to find freedom from fear?

God never assumes that we will live without fear, but there are forms of fear such as anxiety that can ultimately lead to panic attacks, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and other things that God does not desire for us.

Learn how fear relates to perceived threats to security, significance, and love‚ and how perception directly affects the degree of fear you experience. 


Rejection by June Hunt


How do you cope when a deep or tragic loss leaves you feeling empty, angry, or alone?

Healing is a journey, and while there are no shortcuts through the process of grief, God promises not to leave you in the valley of despair.

Through this ebook, you’ll learn what the causes of feeling rejected, things such as abandonment, adoptions, childhood sexual abuse, disapproval, divorce, domestic violence, and how to overcome those painful experiences. 


Denominations Comparison by Robert Bowman, Jr

Demoninations Comparison

Denominations Comparison contains a comparison of what 12 Christian denominations believe about Scripture, God, the Trinity, Jesus, and other spiritual issues.

This handy guide shows you the key beliefs each Christian group holds and includes a “Family Tree of Denominations” diagram that reveals the roots of today’s denominations.



 Spiritual Gifts Pamphlet by Benjamin Galan

Spiritual Gifts

This best-selling Spiritual Gifts Pamphlet explains the spiritual gifts in the Bible and includes a Spiritual Gifts Quiz to help people know their gifts.

This booklet explains each of the gifts of the Holy Spirit and what they mean. Each gift of the Spirit is vital and none is more important than others.

No matter what your giftedness is, you play an important role in strengthening the church.


 Essential Doctrine Made Easy by Norman L. Geisler
Essential Doctrines Made Easy

In Essential Doctrine Made Easy, Geisler outlines and explains 14 key Christian beliefs, compares how Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Scientology and Christian Science beliefs differ with Christianity.

You’ll find helpful Scripture references for each belief and helpful glossary of 24 Christian terms.



Grow your digital library with these five informative ebooks, on sale through September 21.

Get all five ebooks now!

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Project Inspired: An Interview with Nicole Weider

Project Inspired

Nicole Weider was a model and actress living for fame and fortune, until she found Jesus. Now she is on a mission to help young girls be true to themselves. We had the chance to talk with Nicole about her latest release, Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are.

In Project Inspired’s introduction you talk about chasing your dreams in Hollywood and the trials you faced during those years. How did you find God during that time?

It was actually only when I got myself out of Hollywood that I started to realize I needed God in my life. When I was involved in the Hollywood scene and focused on chasing the wrong things, I was actually really lost but I didn’t know it yet. God needed to remove me from Hollywood and from all of the negative influences I had in my life, in order to remold me into the person he wanted me to become.

When did you realize your passion for helping guide teen girls?

After I gave my life to Christ I knew I had a story to tell—I wanted to warn teenage girls about the struggles that come from trying to make it in the entertainment industry, along with my own mistakes and shortcomings that I knew I could help teenage women avoid.

You started in 2010 and today it’s a prominent online community for Christian girls—how did you do it? How did you decide on the name?

I’m so grateful and blessed that Project Inspired has been able to touch millions of lives—it’s truly an honor from God. I knew when God placed the dream in my heart that I needed to have a great team put together to help me run it. My team is so wonderfully smart and creative, and we’re able to create content that’s relevant to what teenage girls want to know about, and we listen to what the girls have to say. I personally know many of the Project Inspired girls—we’re like a big online family. We decided to start [the title] with the word ‘project’ in front, because our mission is ongoing and it’s to influence the next generation of women for Christ.

Why did you feel like it was important to write Project Inspired now?

I get so many questions from all of the Project Inspired girls asking me for advice about everything—from friendships, to the media, to skin care and fashion you name it—so I compiled all of my most asked questions and concerns from girls and put them into different chapters in the book. I’m so excited because this book covers all the issues teenage girls face in today’s world, but also focuses on the central message which is that God loves us, and we need Him. [Click to Tweet!]

What does it mean to live a “Project-Inspired life”?

Living a Project-Inspired life is truly about letting God mold you into the person you were created to be. To use your God-given talents and passions to not only glorify yourself and others, but to glorify God. Living a Project-Inspired life is also about being authentic, and letting your light shine outwardly so that others may be drawn to God.

Why do you feel that it’s so hard for teen girls to embrace their true selves?

I believe the media impact is especially hard on women. Every day we’re inundated with photoshopped pictures of celebrities, models, advertisements—it can take a toll on our self-esteem. Also, many television shows and movies portray women’s worth in only being attractive and getting the guy. When in reality, our true worth comes from our Savior. Also, the media very often doesn’t emphasize having great character and good morals. With all the pressures from the entertainment industry, many times women try and just keep up with all of the false images portrayed instead of trying to have a heart for God.

What impact do you want this book to have on teen girls who read it?

My hope and prayer for this book is to be a great guide on everything that teenagers want to know about, because being a strong Christian in today’s world is often hard with so many temptations and frustrations.


Learn tips and tricks from Nicole and dig into what it means to live true to yourself in Project Inspired. 

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Today We Remember: September 11, 2001

We Will Never Forget

Today we pause in remembrance of September 11, 2001, and the thousands who lost their lives in the tragic events at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the field in Pennsylvania. We will never forget what was lost that day.

As we mourn this day in history, may we also remember and pay respects to the civilians, firefighters, police officers, and first responders at the site of the attacks who displayed incredible courage and compassion.

In times of tragedy, suffering, chaos, and mourning, God is still faithful and the ultimate place to find peace and comfort. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 says that God, “. . . comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.”

I encourage you to take a moment today to pray for comfort for those affected by the events of September 11, 2001, wisdom for our world’s leaders, and for God’s peace on earth.

Today we remember.

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