Your Christian community happens online at Faithlife.com. And with visible reading plans, group associations, and the ability to share documents—connecting with your community online just got a little easier.
You could already:
- Create and join groups of friends, family, coworkers, and classmates.
- Share your Logos resource notes with groups.
- Share announcements, news, and events with your church groups.
- Create study groups for your seminary classes.
- Share notes on Bible verses through the Faithlife Study Bible.
But Faithlife’s new features make connecting with your groups even easier!
If you’ve created a group for your worship team, small group, etc., you can go into your settings and connect it with other groups.
When people visit your page, they can see other entities and ministries your group is affiliated with.
As a church, you can add all the groups associated with you, too. As you can see, when you go to CrossPoint Church’s page, you can access the Worship Team page in the group tab.
When your church is connected through Faithlife, all the groups you’re part of can communicate seamlessly. I can go to one location online and leave a message for the worship team, find out when I have nursery duty, encourage my men’s group, and find out about the next week’s upcoming BBQ.
Faithlife’s latest update makes sharing documents a snap.
I was able to upload the lead sheet to “A Mighty Fortress Is My God” for my worship team. Not only can we as a team stay up-to-date with practices and gatherings, they can upload songs, spread sheets, or anything we need to stay connected.
Faithlife is always improving with updates and new features. Do you know a way to make it better? Do you want to talk to other Faithlife users? Why not get involved on the Faithlife forum?