According to a recent survey of Christian adults conducted by the Barna Group, more than half of Christians in this country identify themselves as leaders (58%). And yet, more than eight in 10 (82%) of the same survey participants indicated that they believe the United States is facing a leadership crisis because there aren’t enough leaders. So where is the disconnect happening?
It seems not a month goes by without a social media brouhaha involving a high-profile Christian leader. A new Barna study shows that, in the last two years, there has been a significant leap in the number of pastors and churches engaging social media.
According to new research by Barna Group into the buying and reading habits of pastors, younger pastors buy more books per year than do older pastors. This is a strong indication that the market for book-related content will remain strong among the youngest generation of faith leaders.
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More than half of congregants who had more negative experiences during pastoral leadership transitions (53%) say th… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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Scotland is a fascinating case study that provides useful insights into how to do ministry and be the church in a rapidly secularizing context.