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  • Logos Now and Faithlife Connect: The Why

    Background Facts (This is context, not the explanation for Faithlife Connect; the explanation follows.) The software world is moving to subscription products accessed from any device anywhere via the cloud. If we were to start new today, we would probably be a subscription-only product. New users are asking for, and expect, a subscription offering.
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Bob Pritchett on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: Faithlife Connect punishes Logos' best customers!

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"]I will eventually lose out on the only benefit for which I currently pay for Logos Now: early access to new features.[/quote] In my new thread I'll address the early access to new features as well...
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: Faithlife Connect punishes Logos' best customers!

    (I just called Keith to discuss his particular situation, but wanted to reply here so others can see.) We've tried to take particular care of our best customers; Logos Now subscribers should have received (by end of today -- 500 of the emails got backed up) special offers that address the changes, ranging from credit with which to buy a feature set
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: BUG: "My Faithlife" Spam

    I'm sorry for the frustration. You are correct that you should only see things from people you have a closer relationship to; early on we made people "Members" of groups by default instead of "Followers". Large, public groups like "Faithlife Mobile Apps Beta" should be Follower-by-default, which would let you use the group but not cause the 'co-member
    Posted to Faithlife.com / Faithlife Church Platform by Bob Pritchett on Wed, Jan 24 2018
  • Re: Proclaim App for Roku/Apple TV

    You should be able to 'Follow' the presentation (not Control) via the Proclaim remote app on iOS or Android, and then AirPlay or Chromecast that to a screen.
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Bob Pritchett on Thu, Jan 11 2018
  • Re: Worse Daily Verse Art Ever

    We've done more than 1,000 verses... feel free to suggest favorites we haven't covered, though! You can reply right here.
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Nov 21 2017
  • Re: Pastors, what do you wish you could do more often?

    I'm bumping this in hopes of getting some responses! :-)
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Oct 24 2017
  • Re: Athelas Logos font missing since 10.17.17 update

    We've changed the default font in most major releases; Athelas was several revisions back, and this year our license for embedding it ended. You can still install and use it if you purchase a license, but our stats showed almost all users were using Skolar or other fonts. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. (There are now many other commercial and free
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Oct 24 2017
  • Re: Trying to understand the Proclaim sizing algorithm

    In simple terms, the font size is 'the maximum size.' Proclaim will try to fit the text in the box, but will never make it larger than the maximum size. The exception is Sermon and Bible slides, that can spread the content over multiple slides automatically; there it works the same but also interacts with paragraph boundaries, etc.
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Oct 24 2017
  • Re: Faithlife Asks: How do you 'work' a Bible passage?

    Thanks! This is a great help. James, do you use the Compare Pericopes tool to help identify the passage breaks? Just curious if it's helpful/discoverable for that...
    Posted to Logos 7 by Bob Pritchett on Mon, Oct 23 2017
  • Re: Bob Pritchett

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"]Bob continues to refuse to digitise Bible Study Magazine[/quote] We have come up with a strategy to deliver BSM digitally (possibly in both a text format as well as a 'PDF-like pages' format), and hope to roll that our in the first quarter. I'm sorry it's been so long. Re-purposing content from different formats
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Oct 17 2017
  • Re: Bob Pritchett

    [quote user="Mattillo"]Is there any reason why you have limited your journal to only seminary professors? [/quote] Different journals have different audiences; this one happens to be aimed at seminary professors, and is specifically about what they do. (It's so specific, that it may be of limited interest if you aren't a seminary professor.) It will
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Oct 17 2017
  • Re: Bob Pritchett

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"] and if you need us to tell you what the problem is at this point in time you clearly have internal communication issues within as your staff must not have kept you fully informed of the disappointment of your customers. [/quote] We had a big meeting on journals recently, and as I understand it, the ONLY issue
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Tue, Oct 17 2017
  • Re: 10% of the church gives, 10% drains, and the other 80%...

    Mark is right; sorry for the confusion... and yes, it's a pastor centered statement. It was a complement to my other post " Pastors, what do you wish you could do more often? " I was just giving it what I hoped was a provocative-enough headline to get some attention. :-) Though I really did hear that from a pastor... and it made me curious about what
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Sun, Oct 15 2017
  • Re: Bob Pritchett

    [quote user="Disciple of Christ (doc)"]You can't get journals within the software right yet your taking on a print journal ?[/quote] Is the problem that we 'can't get them right' (in which case please do tell me how we can improve them), or that we don't have all the journals you want yet, which isn't a competency issue as much as a negotiation / rights
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Sun, Oct 15 2017
  • Re: Bob Pritchett

    Audra is back to 'watch and wait' after her clear scan post-chemo, but has suffered skin cancer (apparently common post-chemo for lymphoma) and some infections (which we think are related to overall weakness/immune system). We're thankful that there's no more chemo on the horizon right now, and praying for continued restoration of strength. Overall
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Sat, Oct 14 2017
  • Re: Proclaim App for Roku/Apple TV

    We are adding AirPlay and Chromecast support to the Proclaim remote, which would let you use many different tablets/devices (including tablets cheaper than a Roku) to drive a presentation directly to a TV.
    Posted to Faithlife Proclaim by Bob Pritchett on Sat, Oct 14 2017
  • 10% of the church gives, 10% drains, and the other 80%...

    A pastor told me that he knows the 10% of his congregation that volunteers and gives and is heavily involved, and the 10% that need counsel and help and can be emotionally draining. And the other 80% show up on Sunday morning and aren't otherwise heard from. What is it like at your church? Are more people engaged/known/shepherded? Do you have systems
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Sat, Oct 14 2017
  • Pastors, what do you wish you could do more often?

    Pastors, I'd like to know you better. What do you love about your job? (Or, what's the thing you do each week that you enjoy the most?) What do you dislike most about your job? (Is there a regular task or interaction you dread or don't look forward to?) What do you wish you could do more often? (Meet with congregants; research; teach; pray; counsel;
    Posted to General by Bob Pritchett on Sat, Oct 14 2017
  • Faithlife Asks: How do you 'work' a Bible passage?

    How do you work on a passage as part of your study or sermon preparation? Do you use visual filters? The highlighting tool? The sentence diagramming tool? Are you able to do everything you want in one tool, or do you use a combination of tools? Do you ever print it out and work on it with a pen or pencil? I'd love to see examples; screenshots of your
    Posted to Logos 7 by Bob Pritchett on Sat, Oct 14 2017
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