Faithlife Corporation

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Faithlife, LLC
FormerlyLogos Research Systems, Inc.
IndustryComputer software
Founded1992; 31 years ago (1992)
  • Bob Pritchett
  • Dale Pritchett
  • Kiernon Reiniger
United States
ProductsLogos Bible Software
Number of employees
320 (2016)[1]

Faithlife Corporation publishes and creates electronic tools and resources for Bible study. It produces the Logos Bible Software, but also publishes tools and resources under a number of other brands, and partners with more than 500 publishers to offer over 120,000 Christian ebooks available to users of its software.


Faithlife's headquarters
the Bellingham Flatiron Building and Faithlife's headquarters

Founded in 1992 as Logos Research Systems, Inc., when two Microsoft employees, Bob Pritchett and Kiernon Reiniger, along with Bob’s father, Dale Pritchett quit their jobs to develop Christian software.[2][3] Their first product was called Logos Bible Software for Microsoft Windows. For nearly 20 years this was the company's only major product, but more recently they have diversified into a number of other products and services. In October 2014, to reflect this change, the company was rebranded as Faithlife Corporation.[4] In October 2022, the company announced they are refining their strategic direction, exiting church management functionality and other parts of Faithlife Equip, and instead focus on Bible study tools, content delivery, and digital discipleship.[5] The current CEO of Faithlife is Vik Rajagopal. Faithlife's majority shares are owned by Cove Hill Partners [6]

Products and Services[edit]

Logos Bible Software[edit]

Logos Bible Software is a digital library application designed for electronic Bible study, and is available for Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android.

Publishing and Imprints[edit]

Lexham Press[edit]

Lexham Press is the in-house publishing imprint of Faithlife, LLC. They specialize in books that draw from the Christian tradition and the global church to provide resources for pastors, scholars, parents, and students of the Bible. As part of the Faithlife (the makers of Logos Bible Software), Lexham Press seeks to increase biblical literacy, thoughtful reflection, and faithful Christian action around the world.


  1. ^ Gallagher, Dave (January 5, 2016). "Bellingham's Faithlife cuts staff as it shifts gears". Bellingham Herald. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Interviews: Bob Pritchett, president of Logos Bible Software". Bible Software Review. Archived from the original on 2015-01-03.
  3. ^ "High-Tech Survivors". Whatcom County Business Pulse. June 2003.
  4. ^ "Logos Bible Software rebrands as Faithlife". October 7, 2014. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved January 2, 2015.
  5. ^ "Updates to Faithlife's Strategic Direction".
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