via Bill Peel
May 19th, 2015

A "Windex Cure" for the Moral Decline of America

America is losing faith and becoming a secular nation -- but I believe there's a cure.     Escalating racial discord, the ethical failure of leaders in public and private sectors, and the breakdown of traditional family values can, I believe, be traced back to the decreasing influence of...

via Bill Peel
March 16th, 2013

Overwork and Materialism: Not Just American Issues

Your jaw may have dropped over the recent WSJ article “Wealth Over the Edge: Singapore.”   Only a few decades ago Singapore was a Third World country; today it enjoys First World status. And if economic growth rates continue, Singapore could very well become the world’s global economic...

November 3rd, 2011

Americans Are Creating the New American Dream

With the economy still struggling, national security still an issue, continual advances in technology, and a myriad of moral and legal challenges rewriting people’s sense of propriety, Americans have pushed the reset button regarding their lifestyle and future expectations. Futurecast...

November 3rd, 2011

70 Million Americans Feel Held Back by Their Past

One out of every three adults in this country say they are not living life to their fullest potential. According to a Barna study, 70 million Americans (31% of adults) feel "held back or defined by something in their past." This perception was most commonly expressed by younger adults,...

Channel(s): Doing Your Job, Evangelism
November 1st, 2011

What America Believes

Explore the trends about faith and religious involvement in America uncovered by the Heritage Foundation.

October 31st, 2011

Study Finds Religious Affiliation in Flux

Among Americans 18-29, one-in-four say they are not currently affiliated with any particular religion. Read about this and other trends uncovered by this survey from the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life.

September 19th, 2011

CDC Reports Increasing Job Stress

CDC reports on the growing epidemic of job stress, confirming that occupational pressures are the leading source of stress for American adults. Three-fourths of employees believe that workers have more on-the-job stress than a generation ago.