Infusion, a new summer event from LifeWay Students, launches in 2017 and will immerse participants in ministry within urban contexts. Beginning next summer, the six-day events will be educational and missions experiences.
By Lisa Cannon Green NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Most Americans see nothing morally wrong with gender change, LifeWay Research finds. Six in 10 Americans don’t think it’s wrong for people to identify with a gender different from their birth sex, according to the Nashville-based research organization. And more than half don’t think it’s wrong to switch […]
Six in 10 Protestant pastors (61 percent) say it’s important for July Fourth worship services to incorporate patriotic elements to celebrate America, according to a survey by Nashville-based LifeWay Research. And while they plan to celebrate the birth of the nation, more than half (53 percent) agree their congregation sometimes seems to love America more than God
According to new LifeWay Research, Americans who don’t go to church are happy to talk about religion and often think about the meaning of life. They’re also open to taking part in community service events hosted at a church or going to a church concert. But only about a third say they’d go to a worship service, if invited by a friend.
Southern Baptists may find cause for hope in the latest Annual Church Profile report.