Study: Many Christians Don’t Consistently Serve Others

"Few Protestant churchgoers say they strongly agree they are personally taking actions that indicate a life of service to God and others."

Poll: Mapping Americans’ Values and Beliefs

Taking the temperature of Americans' beliefs about 21 issues.

Survey: Sexual Misconduct in the Church

Many churchgoers believe there are still more revelations to be exposed, but few know of specific individuals in their church whose misconduct is still hidden.

6 Striking Trends Shaping the U.S. and World

Here are six notable demographic trends that will shape the future of the world and the church.

Research: Pastors Satisfied With Discipleship Efforts

Nearly two-thirds (65%) say they are satisfied with the state of discipleship and spiritual formation in their local church.

What Are Pastors’ Views on Illegal Immigration?

While 80% of pastors today say the government has the responsibility to stop illegal immigration, that’s down from 87% in a 2014 LifeWay Research survey.

Study: A Majority of Pastors Oppose Sports Gambling

LifeWay Research: Around 6 in 10 (59 percent) pastors agree it is morally wrong to bet on sports.

Are Churches Growing or Declining?

LifeWay Research found 6 in 10 Protestant churches are plateaued or declining in attendance.

Survey Names ‘Most Sinful’ States

WalletHub compared the 50 states across 43 key indicators of immorality.

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.