Beth Moore, arguably the evangelical world’s most famous Bible teacher, has asked forgiveness for supporting the theology of male headship rooted in many evangelical cultures.
04/08/2021 - By Yonat Shimron and Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
As Americans attempt to move past the life-altering effects of 2020, their perspective is shifting on some of the most significant questions facing humanity.
04/06/2021 - By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
Kat Armstrong is one of a number of women preachers and teachers whose call to ministry was inspired in part by Beth Moore’s example.
04/01/2021 - By Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
For the first time since the late 1930s, fewer than half of Americans say they belong to a church, synagogue or mosque, according to a new report from Gallup.
03/30/2021 - By Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, churches have responded to serve churchgoers in a variety of ways, and churchgoers are overwhelmingly proud of how their church handled the crisis.
03/24/2021 - By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
A new Lifeway Research study revealed about 3 in 4 Protestant pastors say identifying as a gender different from one’s biological birth gender is morally wrong. Similar numbers say the same about attempts to physically change genders.
03/18/2021 - By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
Even as the number of churchgoers attending in-person worship services continues to rise, church leaders are quick to say that the need for an online presence isn’t going anywhere.
03/11/2021 - By Scott Barkley / Baptist Press
Churchgoers aren’t attending in-person worship services yet at pre-pandemic levels, but most say they value gathering with their congregation and are eager to do so when the threat of COVID-19 ends.
03/09/2021 - By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
Experts predicted Black Americans would choose to be vaccinated at dramatically lower rates than white Americans due to a historic mistrust of the health system. Actually, white evangelicals are least likely to seek a vaccination.
03/08/2021 - By Yonat Shimron / Religion News Service
Most churches have found a way to continue meeting despite the ongoing pandemic, but fewer met in person in January as COVID-19 cases spiked across the country.
02/24/2021 - By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
Most religious Black Americans say understanding the role of religion in the lives of Black people is essential for understanding the African American experience, a new Barna Group survey finds.
02/23/2021 - By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
Most Black Americans attend predominantly Black congregations, but a majority think such congregations should welcome people of other races, a study from Pew Research Center shows.
02/17/2021 - By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service