Build Community with Shared Prayer Lists

“Praying and sinning will never live together in the same heart. Prayer will consume sin, or sin will choke prayer.” —J. C. Ryle

We all know the importance of prayer, but things get in the way—busyness, lack of accountability, lack of reminder and encouragement, forgetting to celebrate when prayers are answered, etc.

If you own a Logos 5 base package, you’re most likely using a feature called “prayer lists” to help take a disciplined approach to prayer. With prayer lists, you can:

  • Schedule prayer requests and see them right in your home screen
  • Take notes and record prayer needs for future reference
  • Decide when to pray and when to get reminders

But what if you could share your prayer lists with friends, family, and church members?

With Faithlife’s prayer list widget, now you can! Your prayer list will sync across Logos 5 and Faithlife, setting you up to seamlessly combine prayer and in-depth Bible study.

Get started with Faithlife’s prayer list widget today

  1. Go to Faithlife.com and create a group
  2. Invite members using their email addresses
  3. Go to your group settings, press “sidebar,” and drag the prayer list widget over to the active tab
  4. Start adding your prayers

Share your existing Logos prayer list with a Faithlife group

  1. Go to Documents.Logos.com
  2. Click the desired prayer list
  3. Select “Action,” and then “Collaborate”
  4. Pick the desired Faithlife group

Share the Faithlife Study Bible today! Just visit FaithlifeBible.com/Giveaway and share it on your social networks.

Dr. Timothy Keller: Faithlife Study Bible Contributor

The Faithlife Study Bible is always adding rich content—most recently, “Old Testament Law and the Charge of Inconsistency,” an article by New York Times bestselling author and Redeemer Presbyterian church senior pastor Dr. Timothy Keller. Dr. Keller’s focus on Jesus’ character, ministry, and work has influenced the Christian community at large and resulted in Redeemer’s growth from 50 to over 5,000 members.

Dr. Keller’s FSB article takes a look at common objections to Christianity that stem from perceived inconsistencies in the Old Testament Law. Old Testament prohibitions no longer practiced today include:

  • Eating raw meat, pork, or shellfish
  • Executing people for breaking the Sabbath
  • Wearing clothes woven with two kinds of materials

Yet, of course, the Old Testament is full of guidelines that we should still follow today. Find out how Dr. Keller addresses these perceived inconsistencies in the Faithlife Study Bible!

Get the Faithlife Study Bible free through March 2014 to access Dr. Keller’s article, along with other thought-provoking Bible study articles.

After you unlock the Faithlife Study Bible and download it onto your mobile app, you’ll find a link directly to Dr. Keller’s article from the in-app news feed “Content Update in the Faithlife Study Bible.”

You’ll also see articles written by:

Get the Faithlife Study Bible free through March 2014.