Introducing FaithGateway's new account management features.
We have changed how we manage store buyer accounts, and are upgrading our systems. These changes will improve your data security and privacy, and will streamline your log in process across all our stores.
If you already have an account with FaithGateway, you will simply need to change your password. Please click “Don’t remember your password?” in the Log In box, enter your email address and click “Send Email”, and you will receive instructions for resetting your password.
Please note that these account credentials will also work with the Glose app when you purchase digital products like eBooks or Audiobooks.
Read our FAQs to learn more or contact our support team for assistance.
Have you ever heard someone say they are afraid of the book of Revelation? Or perhaps without knowing, simply described the book in a negative or challenging way? Nothing could be more incorrect as the entire book is a descriptive and poignant expression of what John was blessed to see that each of us longs to know—a place, an end, an eternity that is promised and is the very definition of hope, extravagant hope. As a part of the Beautiful Word Bible Study Series, Bible teacher and author Margaret Feinberg digs into the book of Revelation and the letters to the churches found there.
Galatians: Accepted and Free
God loved you so much that he created a plan that you could never have achieved on your own. And when you don’t get that, you find yourself subject to the bondage that you were in before you even knew Jesus. What you’ll see as Jada Edwards walks you through Galatians is Paul giving a very passionate and urgent assurance, helping you understand that once you place faith in Jesus, you are transformed. You are made new. You are forever a part of the family of God. You are fully accepted, and you are free.
Ephesians: Head Held High
The book of Ephesians is about identity. It's about learning who we are, living who are, and then leveraging who we are. When we do that, we stop walking in defeat, and instead, walk with our heads held high. Too often, our shoulders slump under the weight of family struggles, financial stress, and feelings of insecurity. We are pushed down by insignificance, insecurity, and an overwhelming sense of powerlessness, disappointment and discouragement. You are not meant to be under that burden any longer. You are a chosen child of God, saved by His grace, forgiven and free. It's time to walk with your head held high.