Lifeway Research

Lifeway Research: American Evangelicals Want Balanced Approach to Immigration

"More than 4 in 5 evangelicals describe legal immigration as helpful to the U.S., and around 2 in 3 believe the country should at least maintain the current number of legal immigrants approved in a year." - Lifeway

Related: Survey: Today’s Evangelicals More Likely to Welcome the Stranger - C.Today

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Ligonier Ministries’ 2022 State of Theology survey “provides eye-opening insights.”

Some excerpts... Think "God learns and adapts to different circumstances": U.S. Adults 51%, Evangelicals 48%. Think "Everyone is born innocent in the eyes of God": U.S. Adults 71%, Evangelicals 65%. - Ligonier Article, and The Survey 

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Lifeway Research: Leadership Roles of Women Divide Protestant Denominations

"A slight majority of Protestant pastors say the position of senior pastor is open to women, but broader consensus exists for other roles." - Lifeway

Related: Most Evangelical Pastors Say Women Can Lead Bible Studies, Ministries - CToday

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Lifeway Research: Pastors Encourage Single Adults, Some Provide Targeted Ministries

"An increase in the number of single adults, and particularly single adults over the age of 30, brings with it a need for increased intentionality toward single adults in churches. A study from Lifeway Research asked Protestant pastors how their churches specifically minister to single adults ages 30 and older." - Lifeway

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