Churches have made a “slight movement” to the right in the last five years, according to the American Congregations 2015 study.
Only one-fourth of Americans say they believe God plays a role in determining the outcome of sporting events. Nearly 3 in 4 (73 percent) disagree in a new PRRI poll.
Religious individuals are more likely to have volunteered and donated to the poor in the last week compared to the irreligious.
New research shows congregations and pastors who hold traditional, orthodox Christian beliefs are the ones most likely to experience numerical growth.
For churches that have Sunday night activities, most pastors say it’s still “game on” despite the big game next weekend.
Few Americans agree on who can best lead a conversation about the nation’s woes, according to a new report from LifeWay Research.
While the election and its aftermath dominated much of the attention on evangelicals in 2016, other research projects gave a fuller picture of the religious group today.
What do Americans believe about Christmas and how we celebrate the annual holiday?
More than half of Americans plan to go to church at Christmastime. And most Protestant pastors will keep the doors open for them.