Starting today, you have eight weeks of free access to Dr. Bock’s course, Introducing the Gospels and Acts: Their Background, Nature, and Purpose.
For several years, Faithlife has been producing original Bible art on a new verse every day.
If you’ve ever encountered our Verse of the Day art out in the wild, you’ve probably wondered, “Do they have art for this verse, too? How can I see them all?”
Now there’s a one-stop-shop to search Verse of the Day Bible art. Over 1,000 of our finest Verse of the Day pieces have been organized into 103 categories for you to browse.
Faithlife empowers people to grow in the light of the Bible. It’s why we create advanced Bible study tools like Logos Bible Software, free reliable resources like the Faithlife Study Bible, and everything in between.
So why church presentation software?
Proclaim is how we help you share the light of the Bible. Every week, you work hard to provide a meaningful experience for your congregation. So we decided to put together a team of designers and developers to help you create better experiences faster.
Dan Lovaglia, director of leadership development at Awana, says there’s a disconnect between the church’s objectives and our results—particularly in children’s ministries. Across denominations, ministries and churches share many of the same goals for discipling kids—and we experience many of the same problems reaching those goals.
The issue isn’t how we are addressing the individual problems with children’s ministries. Dan says the issue is discipleship.
On April 22, you have the opportunity to hear from an incredible lineup of speakers. Vantage Conference by Awana Ministries is bringing together Ed Stetzer, Sean McDowell, Kris Smoll, Dan Lovaglia, and Josh Griffin to talk about reaching the next generation of kids.
You can stream the conference live or on demand with Faithlife.
This massive gathering of ministry professionals and volunteers is designed to fuel your passion for kids and help you reach your potential as a leader. The focus this year is on relational ministry and discipleship, or as Awana calls it, “The Great Connection.” If you want to develop meaningful relationships that illuminate the gospel, this is your conference.
Awana’s Vantage Conference is a major growth opportunity for anyone involved with youth or children’s ministry. If you can’t make it to Awana’s headquarters in Illinois on April 22, you can still watch it live or on demand with us.
Follow Vantage Conference on Faithlife for a free leadership development experience—read half of Relational Children’s Ministry: Turning Kid-Influencers Into Lifelong Disciple-Makers by Dan Lovaglia—Awana’s director of leadership development.
This brand-new book gives you practical, time-tested tools and tips for discipleship, and it’s specifically catered to those in youth ministry.
In a culture that doesn’t sacrifice animals on altars when we make mistakes, it’s sometimes tough to explain how and why Jesus’ death on the cross atones for our sins. Without a system for understanding sin, sacrifice, and repentance, something doesn’t quite add up.
Sometimes when sharing the gospel we want to cut to the chase—Jesus rose from the dead and offers us eternal life. But to understand the significance of that world-changing event, people have to understand how sin hijacks our relationship with God, and how Jesus’ death restores that relationship.
Now until March 31, your church can enter to win three years of Proclaim, Pro Media, and so much more!
Follow Proclaim on Faithlife and your church is entered. It’s that easy. Invite more people to increase your church’s chance to win—every person you invite earns you an additional entry.
With Proclaim and Pro Media, anyone on your staff can look like a professional. Proclaim is like having a built-in designer—one of our designers has already selected the ideal font, colors, and text size to accompany each background. That means no more fighting font clutter or squinting at screens because of poor contrast. Your church will have thousands of motion graphics, welcome videos, countdown videos, still backgrounds, and more to add to your services.
And that’s not all.
When the events of the Bible take place on the other side of the world, it’s easy to miss the significance of geography. A single verse could transport you miles away, and you might never notice. The books of the Bible deal with real, physical places, and even if we can’t be there, we can still use maps to get our bearings.
Sometimes the right map can help you see Scripture in a whole new way.