Pastors Addressing #MeToo, Research Shows

LifeWay Research: The #MeToo movement—and more public discussion of sexual and domestic violence—seems to have gotten pastors’ attention.

Barna: Christians in the Workplace

These new findings from Barna explore how Christians feel about vocation and calling.

Understanding the Relationship Between Giving and Volunteering

There are some fascinating relationships between people's perceptions of volunteering and financial giving.

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.

Pew Provides a New Snapshot of Religion in America

Pew Research: The new typology sorts Americans into seven groups based on religious and spiritual beliefs.

How Often Do Christians Really Invite Others to Church?

LifeWay Research: In the past six months, nearly two-thirds of Protestant churchgoers have invited someone to visit their church.

Why Are People Reluctant to Discuss Their Faith?

Barna Group: We interviewed U.S. adults for whom spiritual conversations are rare or nonexistent to find out why.

Does God Want You to Prosper Financially?

LIfeWay Research: Many Protestant churchgoers say their church teaches that God will bless them if they donate money.

Colleges Hold Faith and Science Discussions

Four colleges will bring students together for ongoing conversations built on the latest research and using academic coaching methods.

U.S. Adults Spend Half a Day Interacting with Media

According to Nielsen, American adults spend over 11 hours per day interacting with media.