Thanks to everyone who took the time to vote on our last poll! We asked about what your church was doing to mark the Christmas season, and if the results are any indication, a lot of you are having very full and exciting Christmases! Here’s how everything broke down: What is your church doing this […]
When a Bible passage is read during a worship service at your church, or when the pastor mentions a verse during a sermon, how do you follow along?
This week’s poll is a simple one: how many people attend a typical weekend service at your church? For those of you that have multiple services at your church, what’s attendance like at the biggest one? Last week’s poll was about whether or not your church has a Sunday school program. Just under 90% of […]
For our poll this week we’d like to know what kind of Sunday school opportunities your church makes available: Growing up, I remember Sunday school being a non-optional part of church life. We had two services that sandwiched an hours’ worth of classes for every age group in the church. The past few churches I’ve […]
Does your pastor refer to the original Greek or Hebrew during their sermons?
In our last poll we asked how often your church celebrates communion. Thanks to everyone who took the time to vote! Here are the results: How often does your church celebrate communion? Monthly (53%, 303 Votes) Every week (25%, 142 Votes) Quarterly (12%, 67 Votes) Bi-weekly (5%, 28 Votes) Yearly (3%, 15 Votes) Bi-yearly (2%, […]
A recap of last week’s survey about your Bible study habits, and a new poll about that most dreaded time of year: back-to-school season!
The results from last week’s poll about hell are in, as is our new poll: are you currently participating in a Bible study with other Christians?
What does the Bible teach about hell? In this week’s poll question, we want to know how you understand the doctrine of hell as it’s taught in the Bible.
Whether you stopped by for a worship service, choir practice, committee meetings, or to debate theology with your pastor, how often did you stop by your church last week?