Pastors Remain Optimistic About Church Growth

LifeWay Research: Seventy-nine percent of pastors say weekly worship attendance at their church will increase in the next five years.

What You Need to Know About Millennials, Gen Z and Social Media

There are striking differences between the ways millennials and Gen Z consume media.

Young Adults Leave the Church, Still Believe in God

LifeWay: Those who stopped attending church are more likely to say they believe in God, but are uncertain about Christianity.

Barna: Over Half of Churchgoers Don’t Know the Great Commission

Allen Yeh: We need a new "William Carey" moment in the church.

When and Why Young Adults Leave the Church

LifeWay: Two-thirds (66 percent) of American young adults who attended a Protestant church regularly for at least a year as a teenager say they also dropped out for at least a year between the ages of 18 and 22.

Majority of Pastors Had Previous Career, Survey Shows

Barna: Roughly one-quarter (26 percent) remains bivocational.

Study: America’s Trust in Clergy at a Record Low

Views of the honesty and ethics of the clergy have been steadily declining since 2012.

Simultaneous Media Use on the Rise

Nielsen: Adults in the U.S. spent almost 10 and a half hours a day with media in the second quarter of 2018

What Are the 10 Neediest Cities in America?

WalletHub recently compared a selection of U.S. cities based on 27 key indicators of economic disadvantage

The Role Education Plays in Searching for a Church

Pew Research: How likely Americans are to look for a new church varies by their education and income levels.