Only 51 percent of Americans age 18 and older are married, compared to 57 percent a decade ago, according to a new study, and while young adults aspire to marry, it’s not a priority.
American churchgoers are just as likely to use Twitter, Facebook and the Internet as non-churchgoers, according to a new study that shows the impact that technology can have on spreading a church’s message.
I’ve always dreamed of playing a guitar up on the stage rocking it out.
Bi-vocational pastors serve outside the spotlight. In my
ALPHARETTA, GA. (BP) — Following 2010′s inaugural success of GPS (God’s Plan for Sharing), GPS 2012 will focus on evangelism events aimed at helping Southern Baptists share the Gospel across North America in the days leading up to next Easter and beyond.
When General Conference meets in 2012, the denomination’s top lawmaking body will consider legislation to consolidate nine of the denomination’s 13 general agencies into a new United Methodist Center for Connectional Mission and Ministry.
While many church leaders have adopted social media in some capacit
The majority of Americans have a favorable impression of Southern Baptists, according to a recent LifeWay Research study. However, 40 percent of respondents have an unfavorable view of the denomination; more than a third strongly assume an SBC church is not for them; and the negativity is higher among the unchurched.
Southern Baptist universities and seminaries face significant challenges in the near future in areas such as theology and science, globalization, and their relationship to churches, Union University President David S. Dockery said in an address in conjunction with the Evangelical Theological Society’s mid-November meeting in San Francisco.