NASHVILLE (BP) – Pastors seem more reluctant to address issues of race in their congregations today than four years ago.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Almost all Americans celebrate Christmas, but most say COVID-19 will cause some changes to their usual holiday habits.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Even though the pandemic may change Thanksgiving celebrations this year, Americans still express thankfulness for their family and friends.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Aunque la pandemia haya cambiado las celebraciones del Día de Acción de Gracias este año, los estadounidenses aun expresan gratitud por su familia y amigos. De acuerdo con una encuesta de Investigación LifeWay con sede en Nashville, más de 4 de cada 5 estadounidenses (84 por ciento) dicen que están agradecidos por su familia.
NASHVILLE (BP) - Después de algunos años de optimismo económico, los pastores dicen que la economía del 2020 está perjudicando a su congregación.
NASHVILLE (BP) – After a few years of economic optimism, pastors say the 2020 economy is hurting their congregation.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Few pastors make political endorsements from the pulpit, but a growing number publicly back candidates when they step away from their church role.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The vast majority of U.S. Protestant churches say they are holding in-person services, but churchgoers have yet to attend in the numbers they did before the coronavirus pandemic struck.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Almost all Protestant pastors plan to participate in the 2020 election, but around a quarter still haven’t decided who will get their presidential vote.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Evangelicals seem ready to cast their ballots in the 2020 election. Nine in 10 evangelicals by belief are registered to vote, and few are undecided about their presidential choice.