But . . . There’s Good News, Too
- • Three-quarters of unchurched people own a Bible.
- • Six in ten churchless adults prayed in the past week.
- • Two-thirds say they tried to grow spiritually in the past month by talking with family and friends about faith or watching religious TV programming.
Over the past three decades, Barna Group has conducted tens of thousands of interviews with unchurched people to discover their hurts, needs and hopes, with the aim of equipping the church to become more effective at connecting with them.
is an up-to-the-minute snapshot of the perceptions, beliefs, behaviors, choices, experiences, expectations and hopes of a nationally representative body of churchless adults. Based on our data, Churchless
compares the backgrounds, behaviors and beliefs of the churched and the unchurched.
But more than that, Churchless points to how you can build spiritually meaningful relationships with your unchurched family, friends, neighbors and coworkers. Because the truth is, most of them are already looking for a connection with God.