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Rev. Michael L. Burns | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Mar 2 2015 12:23 PM

This question may have been asked many times before, perhaps even by me. If so I apologize for the redundancy, but how do we find other groups that perhaps we my want to join, to study with?

Rev. Michael L. Burns

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Mar 9 2015 7:39 AM

You would type in the search bar for a group or topic.  Now, that is not exactly how the site is intended to work, but there are active groups out there.  For study I would go with the Community Study Bible group. 

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Narine | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 9 2018 1:59 AM

Hi, you could find relevant groups on Facebook and other social networks, where you can discuss the Bible with others. 

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Charles C.G. Miller | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Aug 30 2018 2:50 PM

When the Faithlife concept was young, I joined about 5 groups and started 4 groups all related to general subjects of interest to many Christians. I got about 5 posts to my 5 groups and read less than 10 posts to the groups I was watching over 2 years.  I thought about using the program as the central hub of a Bible study at my church but did not find the tools useful compared to the Logos program, and did not want to invest time in learning two systems since I did not really like the Faithlife package.  I have been watching to see if it improves or catches on with useful groups.  Am I missing something?  I don't see any growth or any improvement in the package. I can't even find the Bible study tools.  I am not even clear if it is still free to friends who form a group and share with Faithlife. What is the purpose of the Faithlife package and what is its future? 

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