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- Everyone knows that angels have wings, right? Discover what the Bible really says.AngelsAncient Truth. Contemporary Conversations.lexhampress.com
- A couple of bugs, or user-friendlines, improvement suggestions: 1) When a new person registers and joins a group, s/he sees only a blank content page, without any indication of that s/he is in the group. Some older members at our church get lost at that point. Even I, a geek, get lost and couldn't immediately figure out which button is logical to press next. So if someone new signed in a group, it will be helpful that s/he sees the group content immediately. 2) When I sign in to faithlife (at least this happens on a new mobile devices), I land on a general activities page. Then I have to figure out how to get to my group by doing some guess work and eventually click on the menu and then groups. That discourage our members to use the app, since they are lost. It will be more userfriendly for them to land on their default church group. The default group setting may be the first group they join and be changeable in the settings menu. After landing on the default group they can visit other group whenever they want. We would like the faithlife platform more if the above userfriendly features are in place. Otherwise, we will have to develop our own church app so that members don't get lost as if they land in a noisy busy shopping mall without knowing where their church is.
- "Has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those who love him?” James 2:5The Weak to Shame the Wise: The Critical Role of the Poor in the Growth of the Church | Faithlife Blogblog.faithlife.com
- servant out of the living God the king says, he knew Daniel was innocent and was all ready to believe if only daniel would survive, God had a plan in the life of Daniel, sometimes God lets us go through violence so that through our experience just like Daniel in the lion's den, another would come to faith. are we willing to be persecuted if just 1 believer comes to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ?
- Is YOUR church ready for the tithing revolution?Is Your Church Ready for the Tithing Revolution? | Faithlife Blogblog.faithlife.com
- Whether you're just getting started with Faithlife Proclaim or your team has been using it for years, we hope each week's Tuesday Tech Tip helps you in creating beautiful presentations for your congregation. In this week's Tech Tuesday, learn how to turn slides into a digital church bulletin.Tech Tuesday: Turning Your Presentation into a BulletinWant to save time creating bulletins, make sure your announcements get heard, and cut down on paper waste? Check out Faithlife Digital Bulletins—electronic bulletins people can access from their phones. Every time you create a Proclaim presentation, a bulletin is automatically created for you. All you have to do is make it available to your congregation, Read moreblog.proclaimonline.com
- What is your favorite C.S. Lewis book?30 C.S. Lewis Books, 30% OffJourney into the imagination of C.S. Lewiswww.logos.com
- I liked the Great Divorce
- Eric Seelye — EditedI thought Lewis' idea (insight, perhaps?) that visitors to heaven from hell would not like heaven and want to go back was interesting. Edit: Says Lewis, "The gates of hell are locked from the inside." https://amzn.to/2oYqdBTThe Great DivorceC.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce is a classic Christian allegorical tale about a bus ride from hell to heaven. An extraordinary meditation upon good and evil, grace and judgment, Lewis’s revolutionary idea in the The Great Divorce is that the gates of Hell are locked from the inside. Usi...amzn.to
- I found it incredible and very sad that people would make that decision.
- Did you know that you can view sermons that other church leaders have created with Faithlife Proclaim over on Faithlife Sermons? Take a look at this week's featured sermon, which talks about lessons learned from rest and sabbatical.Jesus Said... "Rest"Thank You From the depths of our hearts we want to thank you as a Church, the Elders, Pastor Caleb, for allowing us this opportunity to take this sabbatical. This has been an amazing time of growth for me as your pastor, and I am encouraged with the church as well, our men who preached from God’s Word…sermons.faithlife.com
- September means back to school for millions of students. Whether you're heading back to seminary or you're just eager to be a lifelong learner, these 5 tips from Kevin de Young will help you delve deeper into your study of the Word.5 Practical Bible Study Tips from Kevin DeYoung - LogosTalkEvery Christian has at least a vague sense they should be studying the Bible, but actually turning that into a daily habit can be tough. Even if you’ve been a Christian for years, dry spells—those seasons when daily Bible study feels like a chore rather than a blessing—are inevitable. So how can we make daily …blog.logos.com
- We hope you enjoyed the long weekend! Perhaps you had a chance to pick up this month's Free Ebook, hand-picked just for you by the Faithlife Ebooks team. If not, you can grab it now.Your Place for Christian Ebooks | Faithlife EbooksBe inspired and grow in your faith with quality Christian books by much-loved authors such as Max Lucado, Lysa TerKeurst, and Gary Chapman.ebooks.faithlife.com