What’s a Faith Lab?

What’s a Faith Lab?

Faithlab is a creative services firm focused on using tech, design and smarts to help congregations and religious organizations tell their stories.

Communicating in today’s world means constantly learning, trying new things, and exploring new ideas. We’re interested in writing, publishing, websites, social media, spirituality and more.

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Web Development

Web Development

Faithlab specializes in website development for congregations and religious or non-profit organizations. We work with multiple web development systems, and have plans for most every budget. The sites we develop are easy-to-update, feature beautiful design, and offer a wide range of features, including mobile-optimized sites.

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Publishing Services

Publishing Services

Publishing is rapidly changing, but it offers great benefits for organizations. Faithlab brings expertise in graphic design, book, ebook and curriculum publishing. Let Faithlab serve as your “virtual publishing staff” for your organization’s publishing project.

We can also help with smaller projects, like logo design, brochure design, and advertisements.

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Inspired Creativity.

We're a collection of ministers, geeks and graphic designers eager to help tell your story.

Our Blog

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Insight From Isaac (and Jenn): Sacrifice, Cheeseburgers, and a “Complete” Joy

Insight From Isaac (and Jenn): Sacrifice, Cheeseburgers, and a “Complete” Joy

Posted by Darian Duckworth on Apr 4, 2014

“Are you ready to go?” My college roommate, Jenn, stood in the doorway on one leg, the other bent in a quadricep stretch. Her hair was in a ponytail, her sneakers were on her feet, and her mind already seemed to be on the pavement. Though I was also...

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A EULOGY (OF SORTS).

A EULOGY (OF SORTS).

Posted by Eric Minton on Mar 28, 2014

Somewhere in the neighborhood of 5 months ago, my wife and I bought a house. After living in sometimes-bedroom-less-apartments, with family, and my grandfather’s cavernously empty house for the better part of a year*, we finally took the plunge. (*NOTE: if you’re into...

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Patrick of Ireland, Slave, Bishop, Missionary

Patrick of Ireland, Slave, Bishop, Missionary

Posted by Joshua Hearne on Mar 17, 2014

Patrick’s father was a leader in his community and was named Calpornius. He was a deacon in the congregation they attended in Wales. Calpornius’ father–Patrick’s grandfather–was named Potitus and he was a priest in the area where they...

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