Get Your Gifts before They’re Gone

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Logos 6 is here to stay, but in a couple of days, our special introductory gifts are going away. Right now, if you get Logos 6, you’re eligible for up to $900 worth of free gifts—because something this big is worth celebrating. Here’s how it works: Spend: $500 Get: $50.00 promotional code If you spend $500 […]

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Find Your Fit at Faithlife

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Imagine having the freedom and autonomy to do your best work. Faithlife thrives on innovation, community, and caffeine. Rules, regulations, and policies aren’t our thing. Faithlife is growing, and we’re looking for awesome, creative people to join our world-class team of over 450 employees. Apply today at careers@faithlife.com! Who are you? You’re smart, engaged, and passionate. […]

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More Americans Read the Bible than Watch the Superbowl

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According to the Barna Research Group, 37 percent of Americans read the Bible at least once a week. For comparison, only about one third of Americans watched the Super Bowl last year. This year, reading the Bible daily is even easier, thanks to the Every Day Bible app. Every Day Bible takes the guesswork out of […]

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Customize Your Faithlife Group

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There are lots of ways to use Faithlife Groups. Your worship team could use one. Your family could use another. Maybe you want a massive collection of insight. Maybe you want to make a group centered on prayer. Or a reading plan. Or a topic. However you use your Faithlife Group, you can customize it […]

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Coming to Grips with Survivor’s Guilt

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Today’s guest post is by Pastor Kip McCormick. Kip is the campus pastor for Cornwall Church Skagit Valley in Mt Vernon, Washington—a satellite campus of Cornwall Church in Bellingham, Washington. Kip earned his Master of Divinity degree while running a youth ministry in Seoul, South Korea. Upon retiring from 28 years of service as an […]

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Faithlife Employees Sharpen Their Skills

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Last summer, a group of over 30 Faithlife developers cracked open a book together for an hour every week. What book, you ask? A massive C# textbook. Sounds fun, right? Faithlife didn’t ask them to read a textbook. A few coworkers suggested it and volunteered to get a group going. Most of these developers finished school a […]

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