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Adam S. | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jan 14 2017 1:20 PM

Hello. My name is Adam (a.k.a Superdadsuper, who is not a dad). I am the Founder, Senior Content & Community Manager (volunteer) of a website I run alongside a retired Bible Scholar called Bible Wiki and I am only in my teens. Regardless of my age I had a few questions and suggestions about Faithlife.

 I was wondering if Faithlife had any tips or suggestions in creating a "successful" Faithlife profile. I joined Faithlife and created an account for Bible Wiki, due to its specificity to Christians and those who study the Bible (as well as an interest and appreciation of your innovations in Bible technology). Particularly I was hoping to use Faithlife as a place to find a Christian community. I currently lack the resources to able to have a large outreach program that Bible Wiki would require. We currently have a very small community of 4-6 active editors (a majority who are in the teens and aren't mature in their faith and struggle with active Bible Study). How can I utilize Faithlife to recruit mature Christians who study their Bible? Bible Wiki needs users comfortable with writing about the Bible (but of course don't have to be Bible scholars). Right now we are trying to run a program to encourage all writing efforts around content in the Pentateuch and early Israel. For more information on our specific needs check out our CommunityEditorsBiblical Point of View and About pages. Any suggested methods, groups to join or other resources and tips to use Faithlife successfully. I will not be able to dedicate the large amount of time into Faithlifemarketing that would be needed for a very successful recruitment since I need to dedicate most of that time to managing the affairs on the site itself. I hope automatic reposting could be of aide in this area (otherwise its unlikely I will take the extra time to manually repost everything). Thanks so much for your help and suggestions. In Christ, Adam (a. k.a Superdadsuper),  Bible Wiki Founder, Senior Content & Community Manager
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Dustin Masters | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 17 2017 11:11 AM

Welcome to Faithlife! You can use this link to see content from public groups:

https://faithlife.com/discover

The best way to use Faithlife is to make a new group and invite people to it. Groups support many features including posts, media, newsletters, and group messaging. You may be able to locate an existing discussion community by using the search box at the top of the site.

Hope that helps!

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Adam S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 17 2017 1:18 PM

Can you recommend any specific group or people to ask to join? I realize that groups would be the way to target, but I need some specifics to help get started. If I am unable to get advice (from anyone) on this, nor my other recent thread Faithlife may be a lost cause for my site. 

In Christ

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 19 2017 7:54 PM

Contact LogosPro@faithlife.com and see what resources they recommend

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