Most Canadian churchgoers have no hesitation in being open about their faith, according to a new survey. And many say their faith is well known by friends and acquaintances. But that doesn’t mean faith is a part of their daily conversations.... [Read More]
Americans have always had mixed feelings about religious liberty. Most say it’s important, but they don’t always agree how much liberty is enough or too much.... [Read More]
Many Canadian Protestants say they have significant relationships with people in their church. But relatively few spend time trying to help others grow spiritually.... [Read More]
When it comes to prayer, Canadian churchgoers tend to be spontaneous.
Most talk to God on the spur of the moment rather than setting aside specific times in their schedule.
Having a racially diverse church remains more dream than reality for most Protestant pastors. More than eight in ten (85 percent) say every church should strive for racial diversity, according to a survey from Nashville-based LifeWay Research.... [Read More]