NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) — Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, online worship services were a novel concept for many churches. In the almost two years since, however, churches have adapted and reached new people with the adoption of digital streaming. According to a new study from Nashville-based Lifeway Research, 45% of Americans say they have watched a Christian church […]
NASHVILLE (BP) – Many Americans found themselves in need as the COVID-19 pandemic caused significant loss of life, medical burdens and business closures. Most say local churches were helpful during this difficult season, but some didn’t see the aid congregations were offering.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Like many organizations and companies around the world, Lifeway Christian Resources is facing logistic issues surrounding shipping and raw material shortages. To surmount these challenges and meet increased demand, the organization is implementing several measures to better serve churches this fall.
ROCK HILL, S.C. (BP) – The pandemic forced churches across the country to make significant changes, but none were quite like the one at Stony Fork Community Church, formerly known as Outbreak Church.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Despite quarantines and social distancing keeping people in their homes during the pandemic, Americans still say they know their neighbors.
NASHVILLE (BP) – En la primera reunión en persona de los fideicomisarios desde febrero de 2020, el presidente y director general de Recursos Cristianos Lifeway, Ben Mandrell, compartió la triple estrategia para la próxima fase del ministerio de Lifeway.
NASHVILLE (BP) – In the first in-person trustee meeting since February 2020, Lifeway Christian Resources President and CEO Ben Mandrell shared the three-pronged strategy for the next phase of Lifeway’s ministry.
NASHVILLE (BP) – After what was a scary year for many, more Americans say they want to avoid fear.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The vast majority of pastors say they feel support from other ministers in their communities, but that encouragement is less prevalent in some places.
NASHVILLE (BP) – As Christian groups and denominations debate the proper response to clergy sexual misconduct (both child sexual abuse and adult sexual assault), most pastors believe those who commit such crimes should withdraw from public ministry permanently.