Millions of young educated Americans are heading into the workforce this summer, but unlike other generations, Millennials have higher expectations for their work and careers, but are simultaneously much less attached to their jobs, seeking meaning and identity elsewhere. Drawing on a number of recent studies, Barna's research explores the vocational paradoxes of a paradoxical generation.
American culture today is shaped by growing religious skepticism, a priority of the self, and rapid technological shifts. David Kinnaman, President of Barna, shares how these three major changes are reshaping the landscape in which we read and engage with the Bible.
Despite feeling misunderstood, persecuted and marginalized in society today, Barna's new research among people of faith in America reveals that Christians believe their faith is not only essential, but a force for good in the world.
Growing tensions in the US make it challenging to connect and have meaningful conversations with anyone who’s not a part of the same group. In research conducted for David Kinnaman’s new book Good Faith, Barna discovered just how difficult it is for most people to reach across these cultural divides.
In the early 1990s, only 30% of adults were unchurched. Today, that number is 45% with no indication of slowing. Surprisingly however, an increasing number of those unchurched adults are women, who have historically been more included to attend church than men. This gender gap has continued to narrow over the past decade.
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Join us today for a free workshop where we’ll share some of the most surprising findings from our newest report Beyond Diversity, created with Dr. Michael O. Emerson and the Racial Justice and Unity Center, with funding from the Lilly Endowment: https://bit.ly/2OVOoBL
Get to know the spiritual profile of your area with the new Barna Cities reports. Now with comparative data for your region. Pick from 117 cities and 48 states
When it comes to loving and serving people from different racial backgrounds, God has called us to more than diversity—he’s called us to unity and justice. Discover what that could look like in your context in Beyond Diversity, our newest report, created with the Racial Justice and Unity Center: https://bit.ly/2OVOoBL
Equip your team with innovative, cutting-edge research on Millennials' views on worship spaces, church services, social issues and careers.