LifeWay Research

Research: Counseling and Discipling Are Pastors’ Most Common Meetings

LifeWay Research explores the nature of pastors' work-related meetings.

Protestants and Alcohol: A Snapshot

When it comes to total abstinence, fewer than a quarter (23 percent) of Protestant churchgoers believe Scripture indicates people should never drink alcohol.

What Do Americans Believe About God?

LifeWay Research: Many Americans who hold evangelical beliefs also hold beliefs that are not keeping with Scripture.

New Research on Politics in the Pews

More than half of Protestant churchgoers under 50 say they prefer to go to church with people who share their political views.

Why People Stay at a Church—and Why They Leave

LifeWay Research: The more people go to church, the more committed they are to attending their same church in the future.

How a Personal Touch Drives Churchgoer Giving

More than half of Protestant churchgoers say a personal connection inspired them to give money to a charity for the first time.

Greeters and Gifts: How Churches Welcome Guests

LifeWay Research: According to the study, the average pastor says their church does six different things to welcome guests.

Even if They Don’t Go to Church, People Love VBS

From it's outset, VBS has been popular for kids and parents alike. Here's the proof.