This Weekend Only: Stream 7,000+ Christian Videos for Free!

blog-header_620x324Have you ever wanted to sit in on a class with Douglas Moo or Darrell Bock? Ever been curious about what it’s like to go on a dig with biblical archaeologists? Ever wished you could tune in to your favorite video streaming service and just find content that’s biblically-centered? This weekend, you can.

From January 20–23, anyone with a Faithlife account can stream every Mobile Ed video and all of FaithlifeTV+, absolutely free!

That’s over 7,000 videos, and more than 1,500 hours of content—everything from family-friendly, Bible-focused animated videos for your kids, to biographies, documentaries, lectures from today’s top scholars, and more!

Here’s a sneak-preview of some of the content you could watch absolutely free!

  • Archaeology and Jesus, a fascinating mini-series that will transport you to Israel 2,000 years ago. Join Dr. Craig Evans as he reveals ground-breaking finds that illuminate the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
  • Through the Eyes of Spurgeon, an illuminating biographical documentary exploring the life, lessons, and legacy of the Prince of Preachers.
  • Douglas Moo on Romans, a 10-hour video course from renowned New Testament scholar Douglas J. Moo examining Paul’s letter argument by argument, and in light of recent research and scholarship.
  • Known by God, an inspiring interview with beloved author and theologian J.I. Packer. Join Packer as he reflects on his childhood, his friendships, family and the creation of his best-selling work Knowing God.

You can stream all this and so much more, no additional sign-ups, no hassle, no strings—just sign in to your Faithlife account and tune in to Faithlifetv.com anytime between January 19 at 9:00 p.m. and January 23 at 11:59 p.m. PT to start streaming!

Don’t have a Faithlife account? No problem, it’s free to join! Just visit FaithlifeTV.com and create an account. Then come back to FaithlifeTV.com beginning January 20 to start streaming! You’ll have unlimited access to the entire Mobile Ed catalog and the complete FaithlifeTV+ library all weekend long!

That’s really it—no hidden fees, no extra sign ups, no automatic enrollment in recurring payments, nothing. Just thousands of hours of family-friendly, Bible-centered content for you to enjoy, absolutely free.

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The free preview weekend starts January 19 at 9:00 p.m. PT and ends January 23 at 11:59 p.m. PT. All you have to do is login to your existing Faithlife account (or create a new one for free) and visit FaithlifeTV.com to enjoy!

Comments

  1. This looks really good and I appreciate Logos making these videos available for free for the weekend. I am looking forward to viewing what I can. But as a pastor I probably won’t have time to view much seeing that those are the peak days of labor for a pastor. It would be great if you could extend it for a few days during the early week so we could spend more time preview the new service.

  2. Can they be downloaded and saved for later?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Randy.

      This is a streaming service similar to Netflix. There is no download option. Hope that helps.

  3. Thank you for making vedios like this available. I have been trying for some time to find anything decent to watch, but so much of movies and literature is very corrupt now a days. It is hard to find a novel that does not promote homosexuality or a movie or show that did not push the idea that it is normal to live with your boyfriend. I am very thankful there are more options than that, and I am interested to see what these films and documentaries are like.

  4. Eric Lowdermilk says:

    I see the course preview at https://faithlifetv.com/item/369603, but how does one order or watch it? I see no link to do so

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Eric.

      The free preview weekend has begun, so you can watch the complete video series for free right now. Enjoy. :-)

      • Hi Tyler,
        I have to ask again. How does it work? When I click on a video the overview to the course plays but on the end there is no button to see more or to get to the course. What do I’m doing wrong?

        • Tyler Smith says:

          No worries. I want to help!

          Do you have a Faithlife account? If so, you’ll need to sign in (just click the button on the top right corner of that page). Then you should be able to view the content.

          If you don’t have a Faithlife account, just go to FaithlifeTV.com and create one, be sure your signed into your new account, and go back to that page to start watching.

          I hope this helps. Sorry if I’m misunderstanding the problem you’re experiencing. Let me know if there’s any other way I can help.

        • I don’t know if this helps. I too am trying to watch some mobile ed on this free weekend. I found that on the Faithlife Android APP It seems appears that only the introduction versions of the logos mobile ed courses, not the full versions of the courses, are llisted as available.

          Where as when I am on my pc using chrome browser (i had other problems on firefox…) I see all the mobile ed courses available and am able to play them. They also have the intro versions with the same title, so you just have tor try both. So, maybe try on computer rather than app to see the list.

          Another note…the courses I have tried so far do seem to be having some buffering issues….but are coming through.

          Hope this helps…The weekend is quickly moving on.

  5. Is anyone else having problems with getting the content to load?
    I was getting frequent buffering earlier today which made it really slow but that has turned into endless buffering this evening.

  6. Werner Krutzler says:

    Thanks for the free preview. I had wondered if the Faithlife server was robust enough to handle all the users who would be streaming these videos. Friday afternoon was OK, but later in the day and on Saturday the videos would freeze. Eventually a popup would appear stating, “A network error caused the media download to fail part-way.” This required starting the lesson again and going until the next freeze.