Spiritual growth and life transformation start with meeting people where they are at. Whether you want to reach Millenials or your community, our Spiritual Landscape studies give you a detailed look into real people's spiritual lives.
A key discovery from the CBE research is that the life of someone who engages scripture 4 or more times a week looks radically different from the life of someone who does not. In fact, the lives of Christians who do not engage the Bible most days of the week are statistically the same as the lives of non-believers. These publications explore this effect, including what helps and what gets in the way.
Children & Youth
Raising the next generation of Christ-followers is a challenging task. Millions of families have found even though they did “the right things” – taking the kids to church, teaching them the ten commandments, and praying with them before bed – their young adult children are choosing to live a life separate from Christ. What do the data say about the spiritual lives of today's children & youth? What helps build their faith?
Church Spiritual Health
Today more than ever church leaders desire to know how the people they minister to are doing spiritually. We've surveyed more than 100 churches from small new plants to multi-site megachurches. It may surprise you how similar people's spiritual lives are between Sundays.
Throughout history, Christ-followers have used broadcast media channels to share the Gospel, to teach about the Bible, and to encourage believers in their faith. Today the Christian media industry in the United States alone includes over 3,000 radio stations, 100 television stations, and more than 700 content-producing ministries. How do media ministries impact people's spiritual lives?
Many men are struggling to maintain their faith. In this world where you can ruin your spiritual life within a matter of minutes with a few mouse clicks, too many men are disconnected spiritually and vulnerable. Read CBE's research on where the battles are and how Christian men can finish well.