How to Change Your Notification Settings


When you create a new Faithlife account and join a group, by default you’ll receive an email when someone posts to the group, sends you a message, starts a new discussion, and more. You can see a complete list of notifications when you edit your profile and go to the notifications tab. Next to each type of […]

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Why Your Worship Team Should Use Faithlife Groups


Your church’s weekend services have a lot of moving parts. You need notes for the sermons, lyrics for every song, greetings, transitions, and more. You can only reach part of your team with email, and the rest have to be updated via social media. On top of all this, you have meetings, practices, and more. […]

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Foster Healthy Online Communication in Your Family


A friend recently learned that a 10 year old girl that she’d been working with was “dating” a 17 year old boy who she’d met in a seemingly innocent online game. The girl’s grandma was shocked and embarrassed—she had assumed the game couldn’t expose her granddaughter to strangers. Whether we like it or not, kids communicate […]

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5 Ways Churches Are Using Faithlife Groups


Faithlife Groups have been growing in popularity for a few years now. But if you’re new to the scene, you may find yourself wondering, “How can my church use this?” There are lots of ways Faithlife Groups work well in small groups, and when your group encompasses your whole church, the value of that group only […]

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How to Have a Discussion in a Faithlife Group


Faithlife discussions are a great way to ask big questions in your small group. You can discuss anything you want within the privacy of you Faithlife Group, and the conversation is easier to jump in and out of than email or group messages. So how do they work? Start by heading over to the discussions tab […]

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How to Create a Community Note


The Community Notes feature is a powerful Bible study tool that’s built into the Faithlife Study Bible, Logos Bible Software, and Faithlife Groups. They’re kind of like margin notes, only better. When you write a Community Note, you decide who gets to see it. You can post it directly to one of your Faithlife Groups, […]

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