“Within Reach: The Power of Small Changes in Keeping Students Connected,” a new book by Ben Trueblood, explores the research and the differences between those young people who dropped out of church and those who stayed.
Two-thirds (66 percent) of American young adults who attended a Protestant church regularly for at least a year as a teenager say they also dropped out for at least a year between the ages of 18 and 22.
A new study from Nashville-based LifeWay Research found two-thirds of Americans (65 percent) say, “Christmas should be more about Jesus.”
Russell Moore’s “The Storm-Tossed Family: How the Cross Reshapes the Home,” a recent B&H Publishing Group release, has been honored with Christianity Today’s 2019 Book of the Year award.
Seventy-seven percent of churchgoers say they take an intentional day of rest and most do so on Sunday, according to a new study of Protestants who attend church once a month or more from LifeWay Research.