Sexual norms have changed dramatically over the years, and young people are often left to their own devices (sometimes literally) when it comes to navigating sexuality. A new Barna study uncovers how Americans see their responsibility to educate and equip teens to make choices about sex.
The tug-of-war between a parent’s protective instincts and their desire to raise fearless kids is felt in youth ministries. In partnership with Youth Specialties and YouthWorks, Barna conducted a major study on the state of youth ministry in the United States, looking at the expectations of pastors, youth leaders and parents.
Modern day romance is a fluid beast, and the expectations and demands of a rapidly changing culture have transformed the landscape of love. To examine those shifts, this article takes a peek at the changing dynamics of marriage and singleness, the trends toward premarital cohabitation, the impact of online dating and the possibilities of finding love at work.
The majority of Jewish Millennials still subscribe to Judaism—but not all do so exclusively https://t.co/tIsCraQnG1
43% of Millennials believe sex education should communicate that teen sex is OK, so long as young people consent and use contraception http://bit.ly/2wELjbH
Religious faith plays a key role in decision-making about alcohol consumption: https://t.co/277TawsWQ2
The percentage of non-evangelical born again Christians in America has been declining rapidly