Find Your Fit at Faithlife

Faithlife flatiron buildingImagine 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!

Who are you?

You’re smart, engaged, and passionate. You have a big personality, with a healthy dose of humility. You’re a team player with a winner’s attitude. You aren’t afraid to take risks, and you enjoy jumping outside your comfort zone.

Where do you fit?

Here are just some of the roles we are currently hiring for:

Software developer: Write code that matters on a team of 85+ developers using the latest languages (including C#, Objective-C, Xaml, HTML, JavaScript, and Java) and technologies on a variety of platforms (including mobile, web, desktop, and the cloud).

Network engineer: Architect elegant networks, and drive our growing campus infrastructure through multiple datacenters.

Marketer: Craft compelling copy and drive promotions to grow the Faithlife ecosystem. Deploy A/B tests and conduct targeted research to guide marketing decisions.

Sales: Cultivate and steward meaningful relationships to help the world maximize its Bible study experience.

National presenter: Travel nationally—and sometimes internationally—to captivate audiences with stories and demos of Faithlife and Logos Bible Software in action.

Intern: Work on real projects that ship to customers in our 12-week, paid program while receiving personalized one-on-one mentorship and training.

Why Faithlife?

Imagine: A startup culture with the security of an established organization. A place where you are not limited by a job title or description. A culture that embodies honesty, initiative, and growth. An insanely bright team of colleagues. Welcome to Faithlife.

Faithlife is headquartered in the vibrant city of Bellingham, Washington—just 80 miles north of Seattle. Bellingham offers big-city amenities and events, minus the traffic and parking headaches. It’s nestled between the sea and the mountains, and it boasts some of the Northwest’s best outdoor recreation. “B’hamsters,” as the city’s residents are affectionately known, are enthralled with food, live music, and good coffee.

What’s next?

Send us your application!

Don’t see a role above that’d be a good fit? Send us your application anyway. Even if there isn’t an opening that fits your talents now, there may be down the road.

Tell your friends, relatives, and colleagues. Help us grow our talented team, and continue raising the bar for better Bible study.


  1. Shalome Oliver says


    I’m from India and I hold a masters in divinity (M.Div). I also have better exposure to the theological market here at India and an active leader at a local church here. Would like to know if I would be able to be a part of Faithlife in any ways. If so, I would like to forward my profile for further verifications.

    With best regards,
    Shalome Oliver.

  2. says

    I am the President and CEO of Subtropolis Film Partners, a privately owned and operated, Minnesota-based, motion picture and television development and production company. I have written several screenplays, and have had two television series proposals optioned. Subtropolis Film Partners was established in May 2008.

    I graduated in 2008 from the Hollywood Film Institute, Film School, and received both, a Producer’s Diploma in the capacity of Feature Film Producer, and the Independent Filmmaker Certificate of Completion as a Certified Cinema Director & Line Producer, fulfilling a life-long desire to do so. He currently resides in Kasson, Minnesota.

    As of June/July of last year (2014), I formed the Subtropolis Corporation, a Nevada-based C-Corporation, but as of this date, Subtropolis Corporation is a corporation “on paper”. I formed the corporation in hopes of being able to raise the necessary “Start-Up Capital” and the necessary “Development and Production Funding” to produce a few of my works for the “Big Screen”.

    I am a 61 year old 50% disabled Vietnam Vet (62 in August), living on a very limited and fixed income.

    I am also an ordained Christian Pastor, ordained on August 4, 2013, through the Christian National Church in Seattle, Washington. I am currently a Pastor without a Church. As you can see by my age, I am a “Late Comer” as I have been hearing God’s calling for me over the past 50 years and always finding some excuse to not heed His voice. “You can run, but you cannot hide from God…”

    I noticed from your list of positions open, that I really don’t fit in any of them. But I do know a little something about writing movies.

    Bob Teske

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