Understanding Prayer Lists in Faithlife Groups


Prayer lists add unique functionality to Faithlife Groups. Here’s a quick primer on what they can do, and how to get the most out of them. Setting user permissions Faithlife Groups offer five levels of access, and empowers you to set privacy settings that suite your group’s unique needs. In the group settings panel, determine […]

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4 Faithlife Features You Forgot About


Faithlife.com is a superb home for your digital faith community. We’ve been adding lots of new bells and whistles over the last few months. Some of the most useful features, though, have been around for a while. Here are four features you might have forgotten about: Custom URLs Set your group’s URL so it’s easy […]

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How to Enjoy Logos.com Resources in Your Faithlife Study Bible App


Logos.com is home to more than 46,000 Bible study resources, like commentaries, Bible dictionaries, systematic theologies, collected works, sermon archives, journals, lexicons, handbooks, devotionals, lectionaries, and more. And many of them can be enjoyed inside your Faithlife Study Bible. Here’s a quick explanation of how to do it. Pick out a resource from Logos.com On […]

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Understanding the Privacy Settings on Faithlife.com


You have a lot of control over your Faithlife Group’s privacy settings. Use this guide to get your group’s privacy settings tuned exactly right. Group privacy levels When you create a new Faithlife Group, you can choose between three different privacy levels. At any time, group administrators or moderators (more on what those roles entail […]

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45 Topical Bible Reading Plans


The Bible is a big book. So big that fully understanding it remains a lifelong goal. Rather than trying to read it through in a few sittings, like most of us do with many smaller books, many people instead read a small amount every day. The slow-and-steady approach has a lot of benefits, and one […]

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7 Seasonal Reading Plans


Faithlife Reading Plans take the guesswork out of daily Bible reading—no more wondering what you should read next. Choose a reading plan and save time for the important part—reading, understanding, and living out the Scriptures. The Bible is a big book. Rather than trying to read it through in a few sittings, like most of […]

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