Let me start my article this week by giving you some very interesting information. The following statistics are taken from the book “Church Planter: The Man, The Message, The Mission” by Darrin Patrick and Mark Driscoll.
A typical church congregation in the United States draws an adult crowd that is 61% female and 39% male. This gender gap is true in all age categories. On any given Sunday, there are 13 million more women than men in America’s churches (this statistic includes married and single adults).
More than 90% of men say they believe in God, and 83% of those identify themselves as Christians, but only 33% of those attend church (more…)