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6 Tech Habits Changing the American Home

Parents today believe it is harder than ever to raise children. The number-one reason? Technology. In this sneak peek of The Tech-Wise Family—a new book by Andy Crouch—we look at some of the top revelations about how parents and kids relate to their devices and to each other.

Meet the "Spiritual but Not Religious"

“I’m spiritual but not religious.” You’ve heard it—maybe even said it—before. But what does it actually mean? In this second part of a two-part series on faith outside the church, Barna takes a close look at the segment of the American population who are “spiritual but not religious.” Who are they? What do they believe? How do they live out their spirituality daily?

State of the Bible 2017: Top Findings

Barna's annual State of the Bible survey, commissioned by American Bible Society, shows that Americans overwhelmingly believe the Bible is a source of hope and a force for good even as they express growing concern for our nation’s morals. These and other snapshots are included in our list of top findings from this year’s report.

Meet Those Who “Love Jesus but Not the Church”

We live in a rapidly secularizing American culture. But even though fewer are going to church, many still believe in God and practice faith outside its walls. In this first of a two-part exploration of faith and spirituality outside the church, we look at those who “love Jesus but not the church.”

Pastors and Parents Differ on Youth Ministry Goals

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.

What Americans Think About Women in Power

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.

Barna: This Week

.@ahc didn’t let his kids use screens until they turned 10 — and they thanked him for it. https://t.co/93SHSjWCFD

@barnagroup • April 23, 2017

A Single-Minded Church

By Barna Group • February 9, 2017

Most families spend the majority of their time together in their family or living room http://bit.ly/2okIOWN

Barna Group • April 24, 2017

Reclaiming real life in a world of devices

48% of adults say that religion is not mostly harmful https://t.co/ZF8WFyGnmO https://t.co/kIZKv9k1Gk

@barnagroup • April 23, 2017

These Christians aren’t at church; they’re journaling, meditating and reflecting in nature. Is it enough?

Barna Group • April 23, 2017

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