New Study

Racial Divides in Spiritual Practice

MLK Jr once said, “It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning." Finding racial unity in church is a complex task requiring a deep recognition of racial differences in how Christians understand and practice their faith. A new study examines the divergent ways black and white Christians approach discipleship.

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58% say their Bible reading has decreased due to being busy with life's responsibilities

@barnagroup • January 18, 2017

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Barna Group • January 18, 2017

Barna Trends 2017

About 1/3 of leaders say launching a new congregation is harder than they expected

@barnagroup • January 17, 2017

How do faith leaders feel about the impact our changing culture is having on their life and ministry? Learn more at the free, livestreamed ‘The State of Pastors: Leading in Complexity’ event on Jan 26th. #stateofpastors

Barna Group • January 17, 2017

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