I am a regular user of Accordance, from Oak Tree Software. It’s (imo) the premier bible and electronic book software for the Macintosh. One of the projects that I have going on right now, in an effort to focus more of my energy on the primary tasks of the pastor (preaching, administering the Sacraments, and teaching the Sacred Scriptures) is that I am working on utilizing more of the resources at my fingertips for bible study preparation, and especially for sermon preparation.
So my latest project with Accordance has been to develop workspaces for each Sunday of the Church Year. This way each year as I come back to this Sunday, I can quickly and easily build on all of the resources and study I have done in year(s) previous on the same text. I am also using a great program called Leitourgia, but that is for another post.
This project has gotten me thinking. Has anyone done this before? I know that Libronix is the much more common interface. Are there any resources for the historic lectionary, or even LSB in general, that have been put together for Libronix? The LSB daily lectionary, for example.
I think this is a huge resource that the computer savvy pastor can make excellent use of. I would be interested in your thoughts.