Faithlife is a tech company committed to the Church. We build the world’s premier Bible study software (Logos Bible Software), along with an entire line of digital resources for Christian living: Faithlife.com (an online community that connects Christians from all around the world), Faithlife Proclaim (a cloud-based church presentation tool), Faithlife TV (video streaming service), the Faithlife Study Bible (the world’s most advanced study Bible), and more. Most of our products are available in both English and Spanish.
Senior Full-stack Software Developer, Faithlife.com Bellingham, WA, United States, Chandler, AZ, United States, or Remote
We build products to equip the Church.
We've been serving customers for over 25 years.
We believe there's a great opportunity right now to build and deliver the world's first Integrated Ministry Platform.
With a wide range of teams (Windows and macOS desktop, iOS and Android apps, web sites, services) each team has a high degree of autonomy in the specific processes it uses. We use GitHub Enterprise for source control, PRs, and code reviews, and Jenkins for CI/CD.
Faithlife Sites is a self-service church website builder that integrates with other Faithlife products to save users time. Sermons recorded in Faithlife Proclaim are automatically displayed on the site. A widget lets visitors watch Faithlife Live Stream from the church's website.
Communicationsmodule provides a single place for church staff to contact all their members regardless of communication preference (SMS, email, or even postal mail). 3rd-party APIs (SendGrid, Bandwidth) are used to deliver the same message to all recipients across multiple channels.
Our digital asset management service stores all images and media for our premium content (Faithlife feature films, Mobile Ed seminary education videos) and user-uploaded content (sermon recordings, personal media), and delivers it via a CDN to users' browsers and set-top boxes.
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