Easter is a sacred and deeply meaningful time for Christians. In the weeks leading up to Easter, we reflect on the profound sacrifice of Jesus. On Easter Sunday, we get to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection and the incredible love of God. (more…)
There are several ways to get your hands on Logos 8, the newest version of Logos, but which one is right for you?
If you already own Logos and are looking to upgrade to 8, read on. In this post, I explain differences between a feature upgrade and a complete upgrade—and why you might prefer one over the other. [Read more…]
If you want to renew your love for Scripture, challenge yourself to grow spiritually, and revel in the awe-inspiring character of God, there’s no substitute for studying the Bible. [Read more…]
It’s redesigned in a big way to be faster and easier to use than ever. In fact, some users are calling it “the most powerful and user-friendly version of Logos Bible Software ever released.”
Whether you’ve never owned Logos or have been with us from the start, here are all your options for how to get Logos 8, clearly explained. I’ll also explain why some customers choose one option over another. [Read more…]
Something powerful happens when we study the Bible for ourselves. Familiar stories become richer, old truths more meaningful, and new discoveries change our lives. And at Faithlife, we want you to experience that for yourself.
That’s why when we made Logos Bible Software 8, we challenged ourselves to create new ways for you to take the next step in your Bible study, whether you’re a Bible scholar or are just beginning to study the Bible for yourself.
And that meant making Logos easier to use than ever.
Join Dr. Craig Evans in his search for answers to an ever-present and challenging question: Can we really trust the Bible?
In Fragments of Truth—now available for pre-order—Dr. Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts and learns from the experts who know them best.
Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, challenges skeptics, and demonstrates the strong reliability of the New Testament manuscripts:
This insightful documentary is available for pre-order on Blu-Ray and in digital formats, so you can watch it anytime, anywhere, as many times as you want.
At Faithlife we use technology to equip the Church to grow in the light of the Bible. For more than 25 years that mission has guided everything we do. This year, to better equip the Church, we are focusing on several key areas:
- We are engaging users and helping them learn from each other in our product forums and Faithlife groups. Check out Faithlife.com to find a Faithlife group for each of our products, with active discussions from both our customers and the Faithlife team.
- We are improving integration across our products so you can spend less time doing “all the things” and more time on ministry. For example, you can now create a sermon and slides in Logos, present it with Proclaim, have the congregation follow it in real time through the Faithlife Study Bible, and publish it to the web at Faithlife TV and Faithlife Sermons.
- We are expanding our partnerships to increase the availability of content within our products to bring more value in the areas of Christian media, books, Bible study, and academia.
With this in mind, we’ll be sharing the progress that gets us excited around the office more frequently, with more intention, and with more opportunity for feedback.
Below you’ll find some highlights of how Faithlife is helping equip the Church. We are excited about partnering with you, and would love to hear how you are using our tools in your ministry—along with what we can do to better serve you.
Follow the group at Faithlife.com and share with us today.
– Bob Pritchett [Read more…]
Happy Easter, from all of us at Faithlife. Enjoy this Easter meditation on the power of Christ’s resurrection by Charles Spurgeon.
Not a handout, but a hand up
When former Seattle Mariners catcher David Valle and his wife, Vicky, first visited the Dominican Republic for winter training back in 1985, he didn’t anticipate the radical turn his life would take. At the time, he was still an underpaid minor-leaguer in the Mariner’s farm system.
“They weren’t looking for an autograph . . .”
As Dave explains in the new documentary Esperanza, a crowd of kids had formed around the American baseball players after practice one evening. Dave assumed they were just like the fans he’d met in the States, clamoring to meet the stars. Where was his autograph pen?