Barna’s State of Pastors report, produced in partnership with Pepperdine University, reveals that pastors in America face several hurdles to their cultural influence. It's not that people dislike pastors; it's just that they don't really care about them. Watch experts discuss the impact of these findings from our recent State of Pastors event.
From Capitol Hill to the pulpit, the role of women in this country is rapidly changing. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Barna’s most recent study focuses on the public perception of women in places of influence or power in American society.
Pastors are getting older, and this has important implications for the future of the church. In partnership with Pepperdine University, Barna conducted a major study examining the shifting demographic of faith leaders, and the cultural forces responsible for the dramatic changes.
Vital to the health of any pastor, minister, elder or priest are the abundance and vitality of their relational resources. But how hard is ministry on pastor’s families? Do they have close friends? Who leads their church alongside them—and is it working? Barna conducted a major study into how today’s faith leaders are navigating life and leadership in an age of complexity. Here are some findings.
Attend or stream this free event on January 26 to learn new data from a groundbreaking study of pastors conducted in partnership with Pepperdine University. Barna experts and guest speakers will leave you with best practices for resilient leadership in a changing culture.
"62% of Americans say that social media doesn't necessarily make them more social." - davidkinnaman #Q2017
Andy Crouch didn’t let his kids use screens until they turned 10 — and they thanked him for it
Thanks to @audreyassad for highlighting Barna data as she shares on the power of the Church to combat the shame of porn addiction at #Q2017
82% of teens (according to their parents) say they sleep with their phones next to them http://bit.ly/2okIOWN