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Working from Home Is Killing Our Social Lives
On the topic of work/life questions, Marie Le Conte writes in The New Statesman, that “Working From Home Is Killing Our Social Lives.” For ...
Study Finds Church Attendance Lowers Crime Levels
Does church attendance accomplish anything good for society? A recent Duke University study shows that it does. Here’s the gist of the study: When ...
God, Grades, and Graduation
Want your kids to do better in school? Church might be the answer, according to a study conducted by the University of Notre Dame. An article titled, ...
Reduced Health Risks for Regular Church Attenders
Something about the communal religious experience seems to matter. Something powerful takes place there that enhances health and well-being; and it is ...
Strong Link Between Church Attendance and Health
Dr. Tyler J. Vanderweele, an epidemiology professor at Harvard, spent a decade researching how regular church attendance impacted health care workers. ...
People Are Passionate About the Most Unusual Things
The Bookseller magazine runs a competition to find the book with the oddest title of the year. Competition rules stipulate that the work had to be of ...
What ‘The Perfect Sunday’ Doesn’t Include
In a poll of 2,000 Britons the 'Perfect Sunday' involved: waking at 8:30 a.m. to the smell of breakfast cooking, a cuddle, and three hours of ...
3 Facts about Easter in America
The Acton Institute blog collected some interesting stats about Easter:
- In 2015, more Americans searched for "church" on Google in the week leading up to Easter Sunday (April 5) than any other week in the year. (When including the word "service"—so that the full search term is "church service"—Christmas overtakes Easter, though the two remain high above the rest in terms of search activity throughout the year.)
Eugene Peterson on Need for Community
"There can be no maturity in the spiritual life, no obedience in following Jesus, no wholeness in the Christian life, apart from an immersion in, and ...
Americans Claim to Attend Church Much More Than They Do
According to a study from the Public Religion Research Institute, Americans may not be telling the truth about church attendance. But the real story here ...