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Tool of the Week: Bible Verse Art Slides Video Stream for TV Screens


Would you love to see looping Bible verse art content slides for pre-service or post-service times at church on your big screens on Sunday?  What if it was moving video content?  What if I told you it was unbranded?  And what if it came with free music tracks along with the video too?

Our tool of the week is Faithlife Bible ScreenIt is a completely free service that offers a non-branded continuous loop of over 300 animated Bible verses set to music in video form.  No more creating slides in your presentation software and having to update them to keep things fresh on Sundays. This is one thing you don’t need to look to freelance or outsourced graphics services for.

What about on the TV monitors that you might have mounted in your lobby or coffee shop?  Or do you have an iPad or tablet you can put on an easel at your welcome table? Or . . . so many options once you see what Faithlife Bible Screen offers.

You can stream it on your TV, computer, mobile devices, and other screens to keep Scripture front and center at any gathering.


Here’s is the feed, embedded below for your to see for yourself:

Beautiful right?  Get more details here.


Do you want this on your mobile devices — like tablets or phones?  Well, they went the extra step to publish free Android and iOs apps do even more with this content:

The mobile apps offer continuous Bible art streaming straight to your mobile device— again, this is all free. (What?!)

bible verse art graphics and video mobile app on Google Play for Android phones

Bible Screen app’s beautiful artwork can be played with or without music, saved as wallpaper, and shared with friends.

The Wallpaper feature in the app lets you share your favorite Bible verse art made into a social graphic via Facebook, Twitter, or email. You can also save images to your device and then use the Photos app to set them as your Lock Screen or Home Page art.

I’ve been playing with the iOS version of Bible Screen app and it is crazy good.  You can resize images on demand, save it to your Camera Roll, etc.


As if that’s not enough, if you have a RokuTV device or Roku smart TV, Amazon FireTV or an AppleTV device, you can download the TV App and stream with ease directly without having to cast from a laptop or mobile device. This automatically makes your TV app the best screensaver video loop you can have.

Bible Art screen saver app for Roku, Fire and AppleTV


If you want more (??!?), then there’s hundreds and hundreds illustrated Bible art image slides included in their Faithlife Proclaim presentation software package.

Illustrations included in the Bible Verse of the Day Collection:

  • 2,659 different sizes and formats
  • 1,297 unique Verse of the Day images
  • 469 Bible verses in Spanish
  • 447 Bible verses in German
  • 446 Bible verses in Portuguese
  • 399 Bible verses in French
  • 48 Bible verses in Korean
  • 48 Bible verses in traditional Chinese
  • 3 years of unique Bible verses of the day

Bible Verse images by theme:


If you want to have a Bible Verse of the Day image automatically displayed on your website, there’s a simple embed code you can use to put on your website whether it is a Faithlife Sites site, WordPress, Square Space, Ministry Design or almost any other platform.

Here’s how it might look literally on a website:

Here’s actually settings to choose which Bible translation to use, and how the Bible verse is displayed – both in graphical form and various text formats too:
different options for putting Bible verses on your church website automatically

Kudos to the Faithlife team for building something so beautiful AND releasing it a way that really puts churches first.  I’m sure your mind is cranking right now, thinking about how you might use the free video streaming service for Bible verse art.

If you start using it, make sure to send us a photo or video to show it to us in action.  We’d love to feature your church and share how you are using Bible art in your building and Sunday services (and throughout the week!).


Kenny Jahng
Kenny Jahnghttp://www.kennyjahng.com
Kenny Jahng is Editor-In-Chief at ChurchTechToday.com. He also serves as Chief Innovation Officer at ChurchCommunications.com which has a community of 29,000+ church leaders. Kenny is a Certified StoryBrand Copywriter Guide and founder of Big Click Syndicate, a strategic marketing advisory firm helping Christian leaders build marketing engines that work. You can connect with Kenny on LinkedIn.


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