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LifeWay releases prayer language study

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--A new study by LifeWay Research on the use of private prayer language indicates that half of Southern Baptist pastors believe the Holy Spirit gives some people a special language to pray to God.

LifeWay: Many teens confused on eternity

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Results from a LifeWay Research study of teenagers study indicate that many teens are confused about what it takes to get to heaven.

Study examines why adults switch churches

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–Generally, adults who change churches for reasons other than moving are more likely fleeing their previous church rather than being drawn to another, according to a study listing the top 10 reasons for switching churches. Fifty-eight percent of respondents to a study by the LifeWay Research arm of LifeWay Christian Resources said the […]

Study asks: What do leading churches have in common?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--In recent years, leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention and the broader evangelical world have sounded the alarm that churches are becoming less and less effective in evangelism. Baptisms among Southern Baptist churches have numbered less than 400,000 each of the last five years, and 2005 saw the lowest total since 1993.

Young adults will leave church if they’re overlooked, study says

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--More young adults are falling away from church and many are finding church irrelevant to their lives because their needs are not being met, according to new statistics released by LifeWay Christian Resources.

10 percent of SBC pastors call themselves 5-point Calvinists

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--While LifeWay Research found the number of Southern Baptist pastors embracing five-point Calvinism to be relatively small, it is undeniable that the conversations on Calvinism within the Southern Baptist Convention have brought renewed interest to the theological system.