Faithlife, a church technology company and makers of Logos Bible Software, is announcing the launch of Faithlife Equip, an online integrated ministry platform. The lauch of Faithlife Equip will provide churches with a Bible-based tool for streamlining church outreach, discipleship and management.
Recognizing the continued need for church leaders to offer online worship services for the foreseeable future, Faithlife, makers of integrated church technology products including Logos Bible Software, is hosting “All Together. Different.,” a live webinar event on February 23, to provide insight into tools and tips for creating an engaging virtual service. World-famous worship leader Don Moen and Christian music artists Shane & Shane will join as special guests.
A new survey of 750 churches of differing sizes from around the world compiled by the church technology company Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software, shows that while the majority of pastors feel comfortable reopening their buildings, they expect changes in attendance, programming, and operations.
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Faithlife Sermons is a new sermon editing, publishing, and podcast hosting service for pastors that aims at making Sunday morning preparations more fluid. With the addition of Faithlife Sermons to its repertoire, Faithlife now offers an end-to-end solution for sermon production.
Proclaim comes from Faithlife, the same company that makes Logos Bible Software, which I recently reviewed. It's a departure from typical worship presentation software since it's designed with the online syncing component in mind. Install Proclaim on your church's worship presentation computer, the office computers, and home computers of each team member who helps build worship presentations. It also interacts with other services from Faithlife and their great Logos Bible Software.
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