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Less Than Half of Christians See Missions as Mandate from Christ —Barna

Research found that pastors and laypeople have different views when it comes to missionary work.

Private Spiritual Life Counters Christians’ Role as Disciples—Barna

Many Christians believe that their spiritual lives should be a private affair, but a new study shows that this is counterproductive to their mission in society.

68% US Christians Open to Digital Worship

According to a survey by Barna Group on the willingness of American adults to engage in online worship, 68% of Christians said they are somewhat open to actively participate in prayer during a virtual church service.

Most US Churches Open About Racial Issues

A recent survey showed that most US pastors believe that it is a responsibility of the church to condemn racial discrimination.

What Concerns US Pastors? Study Reveals

American pastors are concerned that the impact of "watered down Gospel teachings" will negatively affect the Christian church in the country.

Idaho has the Most Generous Christians

A recent survey found that the most generous Christians in the US live in Idaho.

American Christians Consider Their Pastors as Friends

A recent survey showed that 50% of American Christians treat their pastors as a friend. The Barna Group published a study on Christians' relationships with their lead pastor or priest outside of church services and events.

Half of Christians See Effects of Slavery in Modern America

Half of practicing Christians in the US believe that the history of slavery still has lingering effects in the country. According to the recent Barna survey, 50% of respondents said they "mostly or totally" see the negative impact of slavery during the 18th and 19th centuries on black Americans today.

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Southern Baptists Discuss Sex Abuse at Annual Assembly

The Southern Baptist Convention voted on June 15 to issue a formal apology to survivors of sexual abuse following a revealing report that the church botched abuse claims and mistreated victims.
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Roe v Wade Verdict: Church Divided on Reaction

After almost 50 years, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision and overturned the "Roe v Wade" ruling. Religious Americans are divided with the June 24 outcome and reactions from church leaders ranged from gratefulness and elation to anger and frustration.

68,000 Brazilians Join Franklin Graham Rally

Tens of thousands gathered at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on June 11 to listen to the Gospel.

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Southern Baptists Discuss Sex Abuse at Annual Assembly

The Southern Baptist Convention voted on June 15 to issue a formal apology to survivors of sexual abuse following a revealing report that the church botched abuse claims and mistreated victims.

Roe v Wade Verdict: Church Divided on Reaction

After almost 50 years, the US Supreme Court made a historic decision and overturned the "Roe v Wade" ruling. Religious Americans are divided with the June 24 outcome and reactions from church leaders ranged from gratefulness and elation to anger and frustration.