• Finding a Place: Faith, Work and Identity

    Finding a Place: Faith, Work and Identity

    April 16, 2014—It's the middle of another election year. And while midterms historically draw a smaller crowd of voters, they bring to the forefront of political conversation a variety of issues intended to energize voter bases and solidify party candidates. Predictably, one of those issues is once again immigration.

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  • The State of the Bible: 6 Trends for 2014

    The State of the Bible: 6 Trends for 2014

    April 8, 2014 — The Bible has been making its way onto box office screens and home TV screens over the past year: from Noah to Son of God, people have been watching the Bible. But are they still reading the Bible? And do they still believe in the Bible?

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  • David Kinnaman and Jon Tyson Discuss Millennials, “Nones

    David Kinnaman and Jon Tyson Discuss Millennials, “Nones" and a Renewed Vision for Church

    General church attendance has been on the decline for the past decade and nearly one-third of Millennials who grew up in the church have dropped out at some point. Yet many continue to return two days a year: Christmas and Easter.

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  • Americans Divided on the Importance of Church

    Americans Divided on the Importance of Church

    March 25, 2014 — What, if anything, helps Americans grow in their faith? When Barna Group asked, people offered a variety of answers—prayer, family or friends, reading the Bible, having children—but church did not even crack the top-10 list.

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  • What Do Protestants Think of Pope Francis?

    What Do Protestants Think of Pope Francis?

    March 18, 2014 — He was the most talked-about person of 2013 and winner of TIME’s “Person of the Year” award. Google Translate coders have set his name to translate as “a better world.”

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