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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

Two-thirds of U.S. adults support stricter gun laws, a recent poll found, dropping only 2 percent from the previous year but still higher than 2013 when 55 percent wanted stricter laws enacted. […] Read More

More than six out of 10 U.S. Protestant churches are experiencing decline or stagnation in weekly attendance, a report found. Conversions are becoming rarer with 54 percent of pastors reporting less than 10 in 2018. […] Read More

Although slightly more than three-fourths of U.S. Protestant pastors say they have a responsibility to minister to undocumented immigrants, few of their churches actually do so. […] 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

Protestant pastors in the U.S. have an optimistic, hopeful vision for the future of their congregations, a new report said. What concerns many of them is reaching the next generation. […] Read More

How the public views evolution can depend on how the question is asked, a report said. When given the choice that God played a role in evolution, poll participants were more likely to affirm evolution. […] 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