Thank you, readers of Facts & Trends, for making 2016 our best year yet.
What do Americans believe about Christmas and how we celebrate the annual holiday?
Visitors to BibleGateway.com were searching the pages of Scripture for love, whether they spoke English, Spanish, or even emoji.
This year may have been a time of change, but Bible readers turned to familiar verses more than ever in 2016—especially the Psalms.
More than half of Americans plan to go to church at Christmastime. And most Protestant pastors will keep the doors open for them.
What will global Christianity look like next year? What about decades from now? New statistics give a glimpse at the future of Christianity.
A recently released study contained an error that made it seem as if less than half of all hotels contained Bibles or other religious material.
Hear from Max Lucado about his latest book and see how you can win a copy for yourself or to give as a Christmas present.
What will religion look like in the world next year and into the future? New research offers a preview of the world’s near and long-term religious future.
Two-thirds of Americans say it is morally acceptable for terminally ill patients to ask their doctors for help in ending their lives, according to a new survey from LifeWay Research.