Tag: statistics

  • Marriage can’t be the common denominator anymore

    Church programming is largely based on segmentation. In other words, most churches build their programming based on some assumptions about: Age Gender Marital status There is a general assumption in church programming that when a person hits their 20s that most will head towards marriage and having kids. And for most of human history it’s […]

  • New ideas wanted

    The numbers are staggering. 5%-10% of the population are actively engaged in church in our country. (With some geographical variations) The United States population continues to grow, the U.S. Census bureau estimates that we’ll have 392 million by 2050. (Currently 307 million) There seems to be an deepening inverse relationship between the amount of money […]