New Study Explores Pastors’ Views on LGBT & the Church

A new survey by LifeWay Research found 11 percent of Protestant pastors have been asked to perform a same-sex wedding. Pastors are split are where LGBT individuals can serve in the church.

What Churches Need to Know About Generation Z

While many churches remain concerned about attracting millennials, a new generation of adults is emerging with their own identity.

Americans Prefer to Talk Politics More Than God

Six in 10 Americans are more comfortable talking about politics than their spiritual beliefs. And most say they aren’t interested in having more spiritual conversations.

Fewer Americans Believe Churches Solve Social Problems

Four out of 10 say churches or other houses of worship offer “not much” or “nothing” toward solving society’s problems. That’s up from 23 percent in 2008

Changing Genders Isn’t Immoral, Americans Say

Six in 10 Americans don’t think it’s wrong for people to identify with a gender different from their birth sex, according to LifeWay Research.

Pastors Worry About Patriotism, Still Favor July 4th Displays

Americans who attend a Protestant worship service the week of July Fourth are likely to get a good dose of God and country, according to a new study from LifeWay Research.

Who Are the Unchurched? New Research Reveals the Answer

A new study from LifeWay Research finds the unchurched are open to conversations about faith, but hesitant to a church worship service.

Look Who’s Talking About Religion

Almost half (46 percent) of Americans say they have talked with their immediate family about religion at least once or twice in the last month, according to Pew Research.

Survey: What U.S. Christians Say It Means to be a Christian

When American Christians are asked to identify what is “essential” to being a Christian, their answers depend largely on how frequently they attend church.

Almost 9 in 10 Americans Turn to Prayer for Healing

When sickness comes, most Americans talk to their doctor and God.