Mobile Ed Now Available on Your Roku & AppleTV

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The Faithlife TV app—available now on Roku, AppleTV, and iOS—makes it easier than ever to lean back and enjoy your Mobile Ed courses on the big screen in your living room.

Mobile Ed is perfect for me. I love to learn from the best Bible scholars in the world. I love the way the content is sectioned into easy-to-digest chunks, so I can watch a video or two if I have a few free minutes between meetings. And now, if I have more than a few minutes to spend drinking at the fountain of knowledge, I can do it from my couch.

Download the Faithlife TV app to your Roku, AppleTV, iPhone, or iPad, log in with your Faithlife account, and you’ll find all your Mobile Ed courses ready to view on your TV, tablet, or phone.

Don’t own one of those devices? No problem. offers the same experience in your browser window.

In addition to your Mobile Ed courses, you’ll also find four more kinds of video content in Faithlife TV.

Faithlife Today—a daily show on which we interview Christian authors, Bible scholars, and news makers. Look for new episodes every weekday.

Logos Pro—videos to help you master all the powerful features of Logos 6 and Logos Cloud.

Logos 6 Media—Many Logos 6 base packages include rich multimedia resources like video tours of biblical locations and archeological sites. Own some? Then you’ll see them in your Faithlife TV app when you login.

Live Streams—Both the BibleScreen and FaithlifeTV live streams are available inside the Faithlife TV apps.

And we’re adding more media and features all the time! To keep up with the latest FaithlifeTV news, and send us any feedback you have on the apps, join the FaithlifeTV group.


  1. I have Roku, and Mobile Ed, but the Chaplaincy bundle is not seen on Roku.

    • Tyler Smith says

      Hi, Lee.

      Sorry it took me so long to get back to you! I’ve forwarded your problem to our customer service department. They’ll help you figure out what’s happening.



  2. This is super slick. You guys are on top of it.
    I wonder what more you have in store for the ATV2.