Lifeway Research

“...nearly 2 in 3 Protestant churchgoers (65%) intentionally spend time alone with God at least daily”

"Church attendance is also an indicator of quiet time frequency. Those attending worship services at least four times a month (26%) are more likely than those who attend one to three times a month (13%) to say they spend time alone with God more than once a day." - Lifeway

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“More than 5 in 6 U.S. Protestant pastors (84%) say their church plans to have services on Christmas Day.”

“Families have many traditions on Christmas morning, and most pastors acknowledge not as many of their members will be present compared to Christmas Eve and services earlier in the month” - BPNews

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Lifeway: Churchgoers Increasingly Prefer a Congregation That Shares Their Politics

"Half of U.S. Protestant churchgoers (50%) say they’d prefer to attend a church where people share their political views, and 55% believe that to be the case at their congregation already....Around 1 in 5 (19%) now strongly agree they prefer to attend a church where people share their political views, up from 12% in 2017." - Lifeway

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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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