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Despite data released earlier this year pointing to significant drops in birth rates in several states across the country, new data cited by the Institute for Family Studies suggest a “baby boomlet” could be on the horizon thanks to pandemic-related benefits and shifts to remote work.
A new report reveals that only half of American households give to charity, the lowest share in two decades. Additionally, data shows that the average amount of donations given to religious organizations has decreased at a faster rate than those given to their secular counterparts.
Hillsong's Brian Houston says getting COVID vaccine is 'personal decision' following death of church member
Brian Houston, founder and global Senior Pastor at Hillsong, said he believes getting the COVID-19 vaccine is a "personal decision" following the virus-related death of one of the church's members.
A Texas pastor who says he had to fight for his life at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas after getting infected with COVID-19 earlier this month is now saying he was wrong for treating the virus cavalierly and not getting vaccinated.
Thanks to a $5.3 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., Hartford Seminary in Connecticut is set to conduct new research into how congregations are adapting amid the COVID-19 pandemic the school announced Monday.
Americans' confidence in most major societal institutions has decreased since 2020 amid a tumultuous year impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, a heated presidential election and increased tension, Gallup's annual "Confidence in Institutions" poll shows.
Black churchgoers have adapted so well to online church amid the pandemic some 41% of them now favor a hybrid model of in-person and online services, even after COVID-19 is no longer deemed a threat, and 7% say they would rather their church services remain digital going forward, a new study has revealed.