The OnTrack Devotions Digital Edition subscription gives you download access to PDF copies of each monthly issue two weeks prior to the issue start date, giving you time to print and distribute the same great devotional content on your own terms. Subject to our digital content license.
This is a monthly recurring subscription. Billing will run automatically every month until you cancel the subscription.
You get access to the OTD Digital Subscription page for the duration of your subscription. That page contains:
- 1 month at a time of OTD downloads… the current issue. Each month’s issue is released no later than two weeks prior to the issue start date. Downloads are PDF copies of the month’s OTD booklet set up for printing in 5.5″ x 8.5″ (half sheet) booklets that can be saddle-stitched… stapled along the spine.
- Embeddable flipbook. This nifty little Flash flipbook can be embedded in any HTML page for an interesting online experience. It’s responsive to the typical tablet motions and you can actually hear the pages turning. Feel free to embed it on a password-protected church webpage/blog. See a sample on this page.
- Extras… We periodically create extra tools and helps for using OTD and for growing users’ Bible study skills.
- Tutorials… Ideas to get started in implementation, tips on how to print on your church/organization printer, etc… As we run into common questions from users, we develop tutorials to help everyone get the most out of their OTD Digital Subscription.
Digital Content License
Distribution of OTD Digital Edition copies, in print or in digital formats, is limited to the ministry location that purchased the subscription. That means you can distribute as many copies as you want within your own ministry location. Multi-site ministries should purchase separate subscriptions for each site. Digital distribution within your ministry is allowed, provided the manner of distribution reasonably protects against access from those outside your ministry. For instance, posting to a private Facebook group or behind a log-in protected web page would be okay. Posting to a web page or social media page with public access would not be okay. You get the idea.