The 89th Academy Awards ceremony is around the corner, but as past Barna research has shown, even though the Oscars are one of the most-watched events on television, the films that fill theaters don’t often fill trophy shelves. Leading up to Hollywood’s biggest night, Barna’s annual media survey examines the movie-going (or not going) habits of American adults and their opinions of Hollywood.
#GoodFaith Christians look to God's glory rather than glorification of self https://t.co/tzIXBW89ba https://t.co/tTieQqdxRB
Leaders, are you welcoming the unmarried in your congregation? Here’s how to be a single-minded church:
77% of adults believe students should be "college-ready" when they graduate from high school https://t.co/9qF9bpg2x9
We released brand new data on the #stateofpastors during a free webcast last month. Watch at the link below: