Hey guys hope you are all well this Christmas holiday season! In the new year I would like to incorporate the faith life app and study resources into our church program more thoroughly . Basically I would like to set up a resource to enable home study groups. I would also like to better incorporate logos study tools into this process. So my (unsurprisingly multi-faceted) question would be : 1. Do you have specific information to help church groups incorporate Faithlife app into their home group programming or would I just be "winging it"? 2. If I understand correctly Reading plans are simply sources of biblical passages without supplemental devotional content, this being the case how do you recommend utilising this resource as a home study platform without supplemental teaching content? Is there perhaps an easy to follow template to encourage laypeople how to study effectively within this group context? 3. Faithlife Study App or Logos Mobile App? Cheers! Ian
- Hey ! there are a few ways you can get this setup. You can use Faithlife Groups and the Faithlife Study Bible app or the Logos app to deliver content to small groups. I would be happy to chat ways we can do this :) I just sent you an email.