Articles via Barna Research Group

June 12th, 2017

The State of Faith & Work

We are entering a vocational renaissance. Technological innovation and generational transition are transforming the way we work. Over the last five years, Barna Group and the Center for Faith & Work at LeTourneau University have tracked these changes and compiled research to better...

April 10th, 2015

Atheism Growing in the Workplace

If it seems like more and more people in your workplace disdain faith in God, it’s not your imagination. An extensive new Barna Group study found that the number of atheists in America is growing. With atheists and agnostics combined into one group called “skeptics,” the study uncovered...

Channel(s): Evangelism
January 31st, 2012

Football, Faith and John 3:16

NFL quarterback Tim Tebow has reinvigorated the debate about public expressions of religion. The American Bible Society commissioned the Barna Group to find out how well Americans understand various aspects of the Bible, including what the numbers “3:16” mean. Read the findings here.

November 3rd, 2011

What Teens Aspire to Do in Life, How Churches Can Help

A new Barna Group study explores the vocational aspirations of U.S. teenagers and examines the role of faith communities in influencing churchgoing teens’ college and career decisions.

November 3rd, 2011

Americans Are Creating the New American Dream

With the economy still struggling, national security still an issue, continual advances in technology, and a myriad of moral and legal challenges rewriting people’s sense of propriety, Americans have pushed the reset button regarding their lifestyle and future expectations. Futurecast...

November 3rd, 2011

70 Million Americans Feel Held Back by Their Past

One out of every three adults in this country say they are not living life to their fullest potential. According to a Barna study, 70 million Americans (31% of adults) feel "held back or defined by something in their past." This perception was most commonly expressed by younger adults,...

Channel(s): Doing Your Job, Evangelism