Sen. Amy Klobuchar may have come in third in the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Tuesday (Feb. 11), but the Minnesota native managed to best her competitors among at least one group: voters who regularly attend religious services.
If you share the Gospel with a Japanese person, there is a 99 percent chance this would be the first time they've ever heard the message. With that statistic, Japanese people can be classified as an unreached people group as the 2020 Summer Olympics approach.
Three-of-ten U.S. adults say they have used a dating site or app, according to Pew Research Center -- while about seven-in-10 believe lying to appear more desirable is a very common occurrence on online dating platforms.
A survey from hospitality research company STR showed that 65 percent of responding hotels still offered in-room religious materials in 2018, the most recent year for which data was available. That's down from 84 percent in 2008.
The Religious Freedom and Business Foundation’s religious inclusion rankings, released last month, highlight 10 companies among the Fortune 100 that demonstrate inclusion of religion as an integral part of its diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
For the past 25 years, the number of Americans claiming no religion has steadily ballooned as more and more people quit church, synagogue or mosque and openly acknowledged being a “none.” But that growth may be leveling off.
“I have learned it is not all about the game," says former SEMO Redhawk Zach Hall. "The game is a blessing itself. There is so much more I can do outside of football that can affect others and the community,”