Faithlife: A Year in Review

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Growth is one of Faithlife’s company values; it’s even a job requirement to be growing personally. Here are some ways we grew as an organization in 2014: More choices In March, we created specialized base packages for Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Pentecostal and Charismatic, Reformed, and SDA churches to provide more useful tools for everyone. A […]

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Delusional Optimism and Planning for Success with Anne-Marie Faiola

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Last week, Faithlife began a new speaker series, women in business. In this series, local business leaders will provide new perspectives and insights into the business world and offer advice based on the lessons they’ve learned. Anne-Marie Faiola, CEO and founder of Bramble Berry in Bellingham, Washington, kicked off the series with an enthusiastic look […]

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How Churches Use Faithlife Groups

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Faithlife Groups have been growing in popularity for a few years now. But if you’re new to the scene, you may find yourself wondering, “How can my church use this?” There are lots of ways Faithlife Groups work well in small groups, and when your group encompasses your whole church, the value of that group only […]

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3 Things Playing Ping Pong Says about Faithlife

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When you need a break from work, there’s plenty to do around the Faithlife campus—foosball, spikeball, Super Smash Bros., and a whole lot more. For me, one particular activity rises above the rest—ping pong. When I was hired as an intern a little over a year ago I spent many hours getting to know our flagship product, […]

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Christmas Decorating! Welcome to Gingerbread Lane

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Every December, Faithlife has a Christmas decorating contest. What’s at stake? Free lunch and bragging rights. Teams and departments duke it out to prove once and for all who has the most holiday spirit, creativity, and determination. This is serious business. Bob Pritchett, CEO of Faithlife, has always insisted on using an outside judge—someone impartial. […]

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7 Mistakes That Make Your Accountability Group Shallow

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Today’s guest post is by Luke Gilkerson, the educational resource manager at Covenant Eyes. Luke is the author of multiple books on biblical sexuality and he blogs at CovenantEyes.com. He came to me a few days ago and told me his nagging secret. From a young age, he had been hooked on Internet porn. The shame and guilt […]

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