LifeWay Research

Evangelical, Midwestern, Southern Churches Most Likely to Be Meeting in Person Again

Evangelical, Midwestern, Southern Churches Most Likely to Be Meeting in Person Again

According to LifeWay's recent survey, Protestant Evangelical churches in the South and the Midwest have largely resumed in-person church services.

More Than 70 Percent of Churches Are Meeting Again, and Most Practice Social Distancing

More Than 70 Percent of Churches Are Meeting Again, and Most Practice Social Distancing

According to a new LifeWay Research survey, most protestant churches in the U.S. are meeting in-person again.

Poll: Churchgoers Worry That Leaders Who Leave the Faith Will 'Lead Others Astray'

Poll: Churchgoers Worry That Leaders Who Leave the Faith Will 'Lead Others Astray'

According to a new LifeWay survey, churchgoers worry that the denunciation of Christianity by public faith leaders could lead more people away from Christ.

90 Percent of Churches Did Not Meet in April and Few Ready to Resume 'Normal Activities'

90 Percent of Churches Did Not Meet in April and Few Ready to Resume 'Normal Activities'

According to a new poll, nine out of 10 Protestant churches in the U.S. said that they did not meet in-person during the month of April because of the coronavirus.

53 Percent of Pastors Say Global Warming Is 'Real and Man-Made,' Poll Finds

53 Percent of Pastors Say Global Warming Is 'Real and Man-Made,' Poll Finds

A total of 53 percent of Protestant pastors said they agreed that “global warming is real and man-made" whereas only 39 percent of evangelicals believe in global warming.

Most Pastors Say Christians Cannot 'Speed Up' Jesus' Return, Survey Finds

Most Pastors Say Christians Cannot 'Speed Up' Jesus' Return, Survey Finds

According to a new LifeWay Research survey, most pastors believe Christians cannot speed up the second coming of Christ.