The number-one obstacle to improving Faithlife software is a shortage of awesome software developers. And they may be hiding in your church, school, or neighborhood.
We need your help to find them—and we’ll pay you for it! (more…)
What if the technology that surrounds us became discipleship tools?
With Faithlife Connect, family movie night is a way to disciple your kids; your laptop is a portal for deepening your understanding of Scripture; and your iPad is a library of trusted Christian books.
If you’ve ever wanted to get Logos but have been waiting for the best possible deal, the time is now.
Through Oct. 11, first-time base package purchasers can get Logos 7 Starter for under $200.
This is the lowest price for Logos 7 we’ve ever offered online—33% off! For only $194.99, you’ll get a library of over 100 Bible study resources, plus the features that make them most useful for study:
Twenty years ago this month, singer-songwriter Rich Mullins lost his life in a car accident on his way to a benefit concert in Kansas. We remember him from hit songs like “Awesome God” and “Sing Your Praise to the Lord.”
At the peak of his career, Mullins turned his back on fame and success to live on a Native American reservation in New Mexico, teaching music to children and sharing his simple hope in the gospel of Jesus.
But who really was the enigmatic performer whose bold honesty ruffled the feathers of the music industry—and his fellow believers? [Read more…]
Right now, you can take 15% off one of Logos Bible Software’s brand-new Reformed base packages. An entire library can be yours for less than a tenth the cost of buying the books in print.
For a lot of Christians, it’s easy to jump on board when a friend recommends the latest Francis Chan or Timothy Keller book. When a friend tells you to get a Logos base package, if you don’t know what makes a base package different, it can feel like they’re telling you to get a high-end sports car–and you already have a car that gets you around just fine. If you read regularly, chances are you already have a bookshelf and at least a small collection of theological works to supplement your Bible studies. But after you read those books for the first time, do you pick them up again, or do they just sit on the shelf?
Recently, Logos launched a line of brand-new Reformed base packages, and there has never been a better time to convert your library into a digital powerhouse. Logos libraries don’t collect dust on a shelf. They don’t fill up your tablet or mobile device with more things for you to scroll through. With Logos, your books go to work for you—and they don’t stop being useful after you read them. Logos combines the collective wisdom of every book you own, making them instantly searchable, so you can get answers when you need them, study deeper when you want to, and get more out of your books. And with a base package, you get hundreds of interconnected resources.
When you stumble across a powerful quote about the crucifixion, not only can you instantly share that quote with your Bible study through Faithlife groups, but you can also take that moment of awe and inspiration to instantly search across hundreds of books and find what some of Christianity’s greatest theologians, scholars, preachers, and authors have said about the historical and cultural context, the significance of Jesus’ suffering, or the parallels between the crucifixion and prophetic passages, like the suffering servant in Isaiah 53:4–12.
With a Reformed base package, the parallels become more clear, the context becomes more prominent, and profound insights become more accessible than ever. Leading Bible scholars all over the world use Logos for their personal Bible study. It saves them time and helps them go deeper into Scripture. And it can do the same for you. Timothy Keller says, “I have found Logos to be the most intuitive and complete Bible software out there.”
Take your Bible study further with a Reformed base package. With works by Martin Luther, John Calvin, William Tyndale, and John Knox at your fingertips, you can do so much more with your time. And right now, when you get a Reformed base package, you can take 15% off. This special offer ends Friday, May 16, so get yours today!
Shane Everett and Shane Barnard formed the duo Shane & Shane after meeting in College Station, Texas in the late 1990s. Since then, the pair has logged countless hours on the road, garnered multiple Dove Awards, enjoyed numerous A-list tour slots, and sold millions of tracks. Now husbands and fathers, the two men have set their sights on a more ambitious project—The Worship Initiative.
As they were touring, they always made time to invest in the development of other musicians, worship leaders, and songwriters. They recognized a need for formal training and encouragement in this community, so they constructed a plan to mentor from afar, challenging others to consider their calling, consider their craft, and consider creating.
They started by gathering some of their favorite musicians to record 100 songs, shooting video tutorials of each instrument. Add to that some powerful worship devotionals and a 14-week songwriting class, and you have something groundbreaking. At the heart of it all is an unwavering commitment to God’s Word. In their own words:
Logos Bible Software has changed the way we study God’s Word. We are so grateful for their commitment to making the Word of God and resources surrounding it available to us and the church.
Shane & Shane is just the latest in a string of musicians to acknowledge they use Logos Bible Software in their songwriting process. As we’ve often said, serious Bible study demands serious Bible study software; and songwriting at a high level definitely demands serious Bible study.
The Faithlife Study Bible is all about community—Community Notes and reading plans are better when more people use them. That means that the more people find the FSB, the better it’ll be for you. And app stores like Google Play, iTunes, and Amazon give precedence to apps with positive reviews.
So if you love the Faithlife Study Bible, write a review to tell the world. Be specific, and be honest. If we can improve on something, we want to hear about it, but if you love the Faithlife Study Bible, help others discover it by writing a positive review.
Even though the reading plan has already started, you can still join. You’ll get a simple way to focus on Scripture regarding Jesus’ resurrection; you can finish after Easter at your own pace. The reading plan follows the story of Christ’s resurrection through 14 days of guided scripture.
Reading plans with Faithlife are a terrific way to connect with other Christians around the Word. The reading plan allows you to interact with other readers by sharing comments and questions. You can explore the 3 layers of study notes within the Faithlife Study Bible app, gain new insight into the text, share your knowledge through Community Notes, and so much more. With Scripture only a click away, you’ll get closer to biblical truth, together. The reading plan helps you to explore the power of the resurrection individually or with others if you choose.
Looking for a way to prepare your heart for Easter and learn more about the Resurrection? Faithlife’s reading plan, 14 Days on Resurrection, starts tomorrow! The plan is designed to help Bible studies, worship teams, families, and individuals explore the power of the Resurrection through 14 key biblical passages.
You can study the Resurrection in community. Your group can be as small as just you and your spouse, or you can open it up to your entire church. Faithlife allows your group to share comments and questions about the readings. And with the Faithlife Prayer Widget, people can share prayer requests and how their prayers were answered.
It’s free and simple. With the free Faithlife Study Bible (FSB) app, you can take your study on the go. Catch up on the readings, or join in discussion whenever and wherever you want. If you’d rather participate on your computer, the plan connects with the FSB at bible.faithlife.com. The FSB will indicate where you start and stop reading.
You’ll dig deeper, faster. The Resurrection reading plan is powered by the world’s leading Bible software, Logos 5. Faithlife and Logos 5 connect seamlessly, so you can explore the Resurrection with all the tools and features of both Logos 5 and the Faithlife Study Bible notes. With the FSB app, each group member can view the same Logos-powered study notes with their favorite translation.
Ready to join? It’s not too late! Start reading in community today!
As Easter approaches, Faithlife is offering a 14-day reading plan that follows the story of Christ’s resurrection. This year, you can learn more about Christ’s sacrifice—together. Join the 14 Days on Resurrection plan with your friends, church, or family, and grow closer to God during this time of reflection.
This reading plan is designed to guide Bible-study groups, worship teams, families, and individuals through the power of the Resurrection. Each day, the digital reading plan will notify you with what to read. If you happen to miss a day, the plan will catch you up!
The 14 Days on Resurrection plan gives you a different approach to reading in community. You can share questions with your group at any time, and with the Faithlife app, take your group Bible study anywhere.
Faithlife makes group Bible study easy and interactive. Just join or create a group by logging in to Faithlife.com. You can invite your friends, your family, or anyone from church to become members of your group.
To start a Resurrection reading plan, go to your group Faithlife page and add the “14 Days on Resurrection” reading plan. Members can connect to your plan and start diving into the Word for the next 14 days. While everyone reads together, you can share prayer requests and notes with the Community Notes feature.
Ready to join? Sign in with your Logos credentials, or sign up for a free account today!