Faithlife’s Commitment to Diversity and Unity

The Faithlife Mission: We use technology to equip the Church to grow in the light of the Bible.

Our vision is to increase biblical literacy and accessibility for every Christian around the world.

Faithlife serves pastors, teachers, churches, and Bible students in nearly every country on earth.

We’ve had physical representation around the globe since the 1990s. Today we have offices in three of the United States and a wholly owned subsidiary in Mexico. Team members also work remotely from seven countries. (If you call Faithlife you’ll be talking to our team, but they could be anywhere in the world.)

Faithlife celebrates the diversity of people and cultures around the world and within our own communities, and we glory in the unity that Scripture calls us to as the Church and the family of God.

We recognize that among the people we serve there are significant differences of theology, biblical interpretation, and cultural application. We know that some people we serve would consider others we serve to be beyond the bounds of orthodoxy.

A unity of belief may be beyond our reach, but a unity of love, kindness, and respect for one another is not too much to pray and strive for.

We deplore racism and are grieved to see it displayed in our communities, and grieved at the pain it causes our team, their families, and people we serve.

Repenting of our own pride and prejudices, remembering that a Christian’s first citizenship is in the Kingdom of God, together we strive to follow the example of Jesus in having hearts for service, honoring others, and taking the seat at the foot of the table.

We pray for reconciliation, respect, and common ground within our communities and across all borders.

We are committed to hiring teams that reflect the diversity of our communities.

We are committed to promoting voices from varied perspectives, to enrich our understanding of God’s Word, which was given for all the people of the world.

We are committed to serving and learning from our neighbors, and our brothers and sisters, whether next door or around the world.

Our desire is to serve the Church and everyone -- everywhere -- who studies the Bible.