When asked to identify their ultimate financial goal for life, half of Christians first think of others. According to The Generosity Gap, a new Barna report produced in partnership with Thrivent Financial, these financial attitudes impact financial behaviors. Christians with giving goals give a lot, and Christians with keeping goals give less or not at all. In short: Motivations matter.
One of the most notable aspects of the 2016 presidential election was the central role of the media, a trend that has continued in the controversies of the current administration. Yet, as Barna’s election survey revealed, negative reports seem to have had little impact on voters' decisions in the election.
Americans are attending church less, but those shifts have occurred in varying ways and at different rates throughout the diverse regions and cities across the country. Barna’s latest report ranks the nation’s largest cities according to church attendance. Where does your city stand?
A recent national survey by Barna reveals how America’s five dominant faith segments think— and, importantly, how they differ in meaningful ways when it comes to their views on some of the most contentious political and spiritual issues of the day.
Internet comment sections have become known for their bias and bitterness, particularly in a digital era driven by political division and “fake news” accusations. But who is engaging in the arguments breaking out all over social media, and why? A new Barna survey explores the phenomenon.
Only 44% of adults would be OK with their child cohabiting before marriage https://t.co/CHFr1IJN8h
Just 1 in 10 Christians says that “serving God with my money” is their ultimate financial goal
In this study, Barna asked American adults about their beliefs on the primary purpose of a college education https://t.co/oMArMBl4gn
Where does your city rank? http://bit.ly/2tKcvnX