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Spiritual Openness Is 'On the Rise' in America: Barna – It's an 'Unprecedented Opportunity'

Spiritual Openness Is 'On the Rise' in America: Barna – It's an 'Unprecedented Opportunity'

Three-quarters of U.S. adults say they want to grow spiritually, and more than 4 in 10 say they are “more open” to God than they were before the pandemic, according to a new Barna survey.

Why It Is Vital for Christians to Share Christ with Non-Religious People

Why It Is Vital for Christians to Share Christ with Non-Religious People

All people are created by God with a “Christ-shaped emptiness” (paraphrasing Pascal), whether they know it or not. When lost people meet Christians in whose lives Christ is active, empowering, gracious, and compelling, what they are missing draws them to the only One who can satisfy the deep hunger of their souls.

Why Do We Hiccup? Some Surprising Unsolved Mysteries and the Bias against Religion

Why Do We Hiccup? Some Surprising Unsolved Mysteries and the Bias against Religion
More than half of the world’s wealthiest investors are preparing for a drop in financial markets before the end of 2020, according to UBS Global Wealth Management. Investors are worried about the 2020 presidential election and the trade dispute between the US and China.

Only 25 Percent of Christians Live in ‘Spiritually Vibrant’ Homes, Barna Study Finds

Only 25 Percent of Christians Live in ‘Spiritually Vibrant’ Homes, Barna Study Finds
Twenty-five percent of professing, practicing Christians live in households that regularly pray and practice Bible reading together and conduct outreach together to others, while 28 percent live in households that do none of the items on that list, according to new research by Barna.

Why the Super Bowl and Secular Spirituality Are So Popular

Why the Super Bowl and Secular Spirituality Are So Popular
When Tom Brady played in his first Super Bowl, there was no iPhone or Android. No Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Spotify, or Gmail. No Uber, Airbnb, or iTunes Store.

Millennials Spellbound by the Occult: Witchcraft as Cheap Spirituality

Millennials Spellbound by the Occult: Witchcraft as Cheap Spirituality
Halloween is over, but a growing segment of millennials are still fascinated by witches, ghosts, and other expressions of pseudo-spirituality.

More and More Millennials are Turning to Witchcraft in Place of Religion

More and More Millennials are Turning to Witchcraft in Place of Religion
Research and studies are showing that more Americans are interested in spirituality, but are less interested in organized religion. This trend is especially true for millennials.
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