Skookum Kids: Awesome People Doing Awesome Things


“Awesomeness” isn’t all about fun and games. Faithlife looks for awesome employees because those are the people who are changing the world. Skookum Kids is one of the many things awesome people do. In April of 2013, Ray Deck moved across the country to work at Faithlife (known then as Logos Bible Software) in Bellingham, […]

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Friends of Pastor Joe

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Recently, I had the chance to interview Pastor Jose Fernandez Jr., lead pastor of Christ Church of the Valley Español in San Dimas, California. He and his wife Caroline coauthored the book Alone with God—A Devotional, and started the Faithlife Group called “Friends of Pastor Joe.” Jose and Caroline synced their Faithlife Group to the […]

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Make Any Day Pastor Appreciation Day


October is Pastor Appreciation Month. Logos Bible Software honors pastors with huge discounts on the resources pastors need to succeed. Your pastors do so much for you, your church, and your community. How do you show them that you appreciate their ministry and encourage them to continue? A pastor recently told me, “I work with […]

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Need a Break from Work? Play Spikeball!


To keep working to your full potential, sometimes you have to take breaks. When your job involves a lot of sitting inside, getting outside is a great way to stay healthy, stimulate your brain, and connect with your coworkers in a different environment. For these Faithlife designers, that means one thing: spikeball. What is “spikeball”? Spikeball […]

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Make the Most of the Margins with Community Notes

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Margin notes are great, but Community Notes are better! Create a Faithlife Group, and start using Community Notes today. There are a lot of ways Faithlife Groups can improve your Bible study or small group. One of them is the revolutionary Bible study tool, Community Notes. When you reread your passages of Scripture or your […]

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What Unlimited Vacation Looks Like at Faithlife

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Faithlife has a pretty unusual vacation policy: there isn’t one. A couple of Faithlife’s company values are honesty and openness. Things like “unlimited time off” emerge out of the mutual trust these values help foster. When you’ve had other jobs, it’s a strange transition from carefully documented days off to absolute freedom. At first, I […]

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