Study: Most Churches Have Not Returned to Pre-Pandemic Attendance Levels

One in 10 churches (9%) say their attendance in September was less than 30% of what it was in February before the pandemic spread to the U.S. Another 20% say attendance was between 30% and less than 50% of what it was.

Survey: Americans Oppose Religious Exemptions From Coronavirus-Related Restrictions

A new Pew Research Center survey finds that U.S. adults overwhelmingly say houses of worship should be required to follow the same rules about social distancing and...

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.

Majority of Pastors Had Previous Career, Survey Shows

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

Grief, Memorial and Hope

At a time of great national loss the church has an opportunity—and a responsibility.

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

Research: Pastors, Current Events and End Times

A majority of pastors see signs of the end times in current events.
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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

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.

What Americans Miss About the Gospel

What we can learn from new research and an ancient text