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Why People Are Reluctant to Discuss Faith

Spiritual conversations are harder in an increasingly secular age dominated by technology. This infographic outlines common reasons why Americans are reluctant to engage in spiritual conversations—from avoidance to ambivalence and everything in between.

The Well-Traveled Church: Two-Thirds Have Gone Abroad

Just how expansive is the world of an American churchgoer? During this busy travel season, this free research sample looks at the international experiences of churchgoing Christians and how these journeys relate to their perspectives of other cultures and their own country.

Parents and Pastors: Partners in Gen Z Discipleship

Parents and youth pastors hope to impart a lasting faith to the next generation. In this excerpt from Barna’s Gen Z study, conducted in partnership with Impact 360 Institute, we look at the discipleship interactions that today’s skeptical teens have in the context of two key relationships.

State of the Bible 2018: Seven Top Findings

Barna conducted its annual State of the Bible survey to examine behaviors and beliefs about the Bible among U.S. adults. The results show that despite the shifting cultural trends, Americans still read the Word and it remains a powerful, transformative tool in their life.

How Political Views Shape Beliefs About Global Poverty

In this excerpt from The Good News About Global Poverty, a new report produced in partnership with Compassion International, we look at how liberals and conservatives view issues around poverty differently—and how practicing faith provides common ground for serving the poor.

Is Gen Z the Most Success-Oriented Generation?

More than any other generation we’ve observed, Gen Z’s expectations are shaped around academic and career success. As millions of teens graduate high school, a new Barna study in partnership with Impact 360 Institute looks at their views on identity, work and the future.

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