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More than two-thirds of U.S. adults believe hate speech and crime have increased in the past five years, and many point to social media and the internet as a prime reason for the spike, a survey found. […] Read More

Nearly nine out of 10 U.S. Christians said being generous was ‘extremely’ or ‘very’ important, with nearly a third of them saying volunteering or serving others was the way they expressed their generosity, a survey found. […] Read More

The U.S. cities with the most “post-Christian” residents are primarily located on the U.S. coasts, a Barna study found, with eight of the top 10 cities on the East Coast. […] Read More

Compared to older groups of adults, Christian millennials in the U.S. are most likely to say they feel called to their work and desire to use their gifts to help others, a survey found. […] Read More

When Christian teens in the U.S. need guidance, advice or spiritual conversation, they seek out one person more than all others, a study found. Their moms. […] Read More

The number of U.S. adults who never read the Bible increased in 2019, while readers expressed a preference for the Christian Testament over the Hebrew Bible, two new reports found. […] Read More

Presented with eight evangelism approaches, only around half of U.S. practicing Christians are “completely comfortable” with various expressions of evangelism, a survey found. […] Read More

Practicing Christians are not seen as ideal conversation partners on matters of faith, a report says. Few listen without judgment or forcing a conclusion and let others draw their own conclusions. […] Read More

While nearly all Christian millennials affirm sharing about Jesus is part of their faith, nearly half also believe it’s wrong to share with someone of a different faith in an effort to convert them. […] Read More

U.S. clergy most frequently cited matters related to human sexuality when asked what they feel limited and what they feel pressured to address, a study found. […] Read More