What factors shape the financial reality of most new church plants? In partnership with Thrivent Financial, Barna conducted a study among 769 church planters from across the nation to assess the personal and institutional costs of a church startup.
With millennials leaving the church, doing good youth ministry is more important than ever. In partnership with Youth Specialties, Barna Group conducted research among key stakeholders to assess the state of youth ministry in America.
It’s often said that a bad boss can ruin even the best of jobs. In a recent study among Americans in the workplace, Barna Group sought to find out whether the opposite is true: Can a good boss lead to less turnover? And what are the qualities that employees think make for a good leader—or a bad one?
The Internet has dramatically altered the way people live their lives, and pastors have accepted it as an essential tool for ministry. In a recent study of U.S. Protestant church leaders, Barna Group looked at pastors’ use of the Internet and their attitudes toward it today compared to 15 years ago.
"If the church does not engage in social issues, young people will not engage with the church." Hear more insights from Nicky Gumbel, pioneer of Alpha, on #FaithForTheFuture. Register now! https://www.barna.com/faithforthefuture/
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
67% of people who’ve engaged with online church services during COVID-19 say they are learning just as much from a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
In unChristian, we explored what Christianity looks like to non-Christians, in You Lost Me, why young adults walk away from faith, and now in #FaithForExiles, we uncover what practices distinguish resilient disciples among young Christians. https://faithforexiles.com
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