American churchgoers good at relationships but bad at discipling, poll finds

By The Christian Post

Attendees worship at Transformation Church in Indian Land, South Carolina. | PHOTO: TRANSFORMATION CHURCH

Most American churchgoers have no problem developing relationships at church but they are less likely to use their time to help fellow Christians grow in their faith, a new LifeWay Research poll suggests.

This week, LifeWay Released released data from its 2019 Discipleship Pathway Assessment study, a project that seeks to identify traits of Christian discipleship. Over 2,500 Protestant churchgoers participated in an online survey completed between January 14 and January 29.

Respondents were asked whether or not they agree with the statement: “I have developed significant relationships with people at my church.”

Source:The Christian Post