Did you know your Faithlife TV Church subscription includes access to Faithlife Sermons? (It’s a remarkable warehouse of material—full of sermon illustrations, media, outlines, and more. Even better, it’s your own personal sermon database.) When you upload a message to Faithlife Sermons, it will automatically upload to your church’s Faithlife TV channel. (more…)
It’s difficult for parents to find things for their kids to watch on TV. What sources do you trust? How do you vet programs? Do you prescreen all the material you give to your kids, or find reviewers you trust to give you a summary? There are a range of merely inoffensive shows available, but where can you go to find consistently great kids’ content about the Bible? [Read more…]
Get ready for a fun-filled family movie night with a new kids’ Bible show!
Bible Agent 7 is a fun cartoon on a serious mission: to spark kids’ curiosity about the Bible. Episode 3, “The Big Search,” is Bible Agent 7’s toughest case yet. A lost briefcase takes the team on a search that uncovers much more than they bargained for. [Read more…]
Looking for a way to easily post your sermon video so everyone can find it?
When you use Faithlife Proclaim, Faithlife Sermons, and Faithlife TV Church, it only takes a couple of clicks for your sermon video to show up everywhere. Faithlife products work together to create a streamlined experience so you can quickly post your sermon and get back to ministry. [Read more…]
With Fall break and Thanksgiving break coming soon, kids will have more free time on their hands. Wouldn’t it be great to give them wholesome, faith-based kids’ tv shows to watch in their spare time? [Read more…]
You don’t have to compromise when it comes to TV entertainment. A Faithlife TV Plus subscription gives you access to great Christian content—everything from children’s shows to documentaries, Christian movies, and advanced Bible courses. So you can keep building your faith while you enjoy a TV show. [Read more…]
As a pastor, it’s easy to feel like you carry the entire burden of ministry on your own. You want to lead people into a deeper faith, but there aren’t enough hours in the day for you to disciple everyone.
Do you ever feel like you’re in an uphill battle for your congregation’s attention? If so, you’re not alone.
People are more distracted than ever by screens. And even if we happen to have the TV on, chances are we’re probably doing something on our mobile devices. As of 2019, the average person spends four hours per day watching TV. That adds up to 20 hours on weekdays alone and doesn’t include time spent on social media.