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  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="William M. Harper"]Great question! That is my main concern as well. I know that you can still run the program offline but what IF Faithlife were to fail, would I be able to ever install it again on a new computer or even my current one? Those are questions I would like answered to my satisfaction before I invest a lot more money into this
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 16 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]But where there is the illusion of smoke, there may be no fire ...[/quote] It looks like Faithlife has its hands full. Which is easier, proving to Logos customers that the smoke is an illusion or that, there is no fire?
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 16 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]My advice ... ignore most of the thread because most of it is speculation not knowledge. And since we don't have the facts to see what is going on, we can scarcely say we've seen it before although we may have seen something that bore distinct similarities from the perspective of a user without knowledge of the innards of the
    Posted to General by C M on Sat, Jan 16 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]Faithlife don't use OpenSSL - they're on a Windows stack. [/quote] Does this have anything to do with "personnel changes at Faithlife?" However, is there any truth to the content of this website? https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Employee-Review-Faithlife-RVW9169552.htm I tried to respond to the individual directly, but unable
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Jan 15 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]This sounds like Dale Carnegie from How to Stop Worrying and Start Living .[/quote] Thanks, Super.Tramp. If you are sure of the source, I will pass it on to the compiler who sent it to me. Regardless, the principle message remains.
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Jan 14 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] You're going to be fine, and we're going to be here to support you. [/quote] To Bob, The Laid-off workers, and Logos users, Worry is a deceptive luxury we must not covet. One unknown source gives a breakdown of what the average person worries about: 40% focus on things that will never happen. 30% deal with the past that
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 13 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    /quote] Yeah, but functionality like this should be available to customers who have already invested, in many cases, thousands of dollars in Logos products and services! ! /quote] Some changes cost. All changes are different. The sooner they are identified, the greater the peace.
    Posted to General by C M on Tue, Jan 12 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="SineNomine"]Significantly smaller parts of that collection are also available on Pre-Pub, and none of them are doing too well.[/quote] Is it possible for us to discuss this collection elsewhere finding it possibly that it lacks quality, to explain why it's not doing well?
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Jan 11 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]I see this thread has veered off course from the title.[/quote] Back to the purity of the thread: Given that a lot of the "big" salaried workers were let go, could some of them be replaced with younger or part time workers without the pressure and quotas?
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Jan 11 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    "Some customers, especially pastors and those involved in ministry, can be extremely rude/condescending." That I can well believe, having seen it often enough right here. It was very disconcerting when I first started frequenting the forums but now it's just par for the course, which is sad. MJ, "Pastors and those involved in ministry" are like any
    Posted to General by C M on Mon, Jan 11 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"] Nevertheless, just moving to online sales doesn't instantly generate sales. There needs to be an increase in marketing programs to attract, educate, and convince shoppers to buy. Faith life's new 30 day training series is an good example – they are showing new resources through actual usage...Faithlife will need to continue
    Posted to General by C M on Sun, Jan 10 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    Wow! "Smoking Gun?" Regardless, truth in all its forms can endure close examination.
    Posted to General by C M on Sun, Jan 10 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"][quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"]t is not only the article that has me concerned, but the Glassdoor remarks- the overall problem that raised its head time after time- poor management techniques - even though this is family owned- I get the impression the lack of a qualified management team may be the issue. Maybe its time
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Paul Lee"]If Faithlife were to close, would we be able to access our books?[/quote] What factual information or pattern of actions causes you to raise such question? [quote user="Paul Lee"]I firmly believe that if the company works to serve the Kingdom, the company will be blessed. If the company works to serve Mammon, it will need to face
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"] My opinion- if you don't like it ignore it- your comments are an over reach.[/quote] If my "comments are an overreach", perhaps, many more people have much to be concern about.
    Posted to General by C M on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Paul C"][quote user="MJ. Smith"]I log onto the forums to get my daily dose of pessimism, paranoia, fear and speculation.[/quote] You forgot sarcasm. [/quote] WHY?
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Jan 7 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Whyndell Grizzard"]t is not only the article that has me concerned, but the Glassdoor remarks- the overall problem that raised its head time after time- poor management techniques - even though this is family owned- I get the impression the lack of a qualified management team may be the issue. Maybe its time to let someone else run the
    Posted to General by C M on Thu, Jan 7 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] Pritchett said. This includes more subscription services to access a wide range of resources and information through tools like LogosCloud.com and ProclaimOnline.com . This business model means different capital and cash flow requirements, he said. This seems rather ominous to me [/quote] Have I heard this before? More subscription
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="George Somsel"]Perhaps they should lose some weight so they won't be so large.[/quote] George, You have a point, but for some, it's easier said than done. Weight is attached to some due to: Aging, lifestyle, poor-diet, lack of exercise, slow metabolism, lack of mobility, motivation, companionship, heart condition and/or a combination of
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
  • Re: Physical Health of Large Library Holders

    [quote user="Veli Voipio"] although currently snow covered[/quote] Veli, Get plenty of fresh air and get as much of the sunlight as you can. Hey, tell me, you're not obligated or required to shovel any snow? Shoveling snow is good exercise. However, be very careful of the amount you lift and the time spent outdoors. Check with your doctor for the condition
    Posted to General by C M on Wed, Jan 6 2016
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