Why Faithlife Created Proclaim Church Presentation Software

Faithlife empowers people to grow in the light of the Bible. It’s why we create advanced Bible study tools like Logos Bible Software, free reliable resources like the Faithlife Study Bible, and everything in between.

So why church presentation software?

Proclaim is how we help you share the light of the Bible. Every week, you work hard to provide a meaningful experience for your congregation. So we decided to put together a team of designers and developers to help you create better experiences faster.

Every week across the globe, ministry teams—sometimes one person, sometimes dozens of people—put together worship sets, announcements, welcome slides, sermon slides, audio recordings, and more. Doing each of those things well takes time, and they’re all important if you want to maximize the impact of your ministry—but they’re details.

Your message and your ministry matters most. Proclaim takes care of details like media, sermon podcasting, and more, so you can focus on what you’re saying and who you’re talking to. Don’t let your team get bogged down by poor contrast, font clutter, or tedious work like copy-pasting song lyrics.

But Proclaim isn’t just about saving time. It’s about bringing teams together.

Your team has one mission, and you’re all contributing to the same powerful experience for your church. Just because everyone has a separate job doesn’t mean you can’t all work together.

One subscription lets you install Proclaim on unlimited computers, and you can access it from unlimited accounts—because it belongs to your church, not just one person. So whether your staff divides your tasks between 100 people, or one person does it all, you have the freedom you need to work on the same presentation. Together. Simultaneously. So there’s no more last-minute meetings or fumbling with thumb drives.

Check out this video explaining the story behind Proclaim:

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Written by
Ryan Nelson

Ryan Nelson is a writer for OverviewBible, where he uses Logos to explore the characters, groups, places, and books of the Bible. He has served in a variety of volunteer ministry positions, primarily through Young Life.

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Written by Ryan Nelson