This year, a statewide poll from SDSU surveyed more than three thousand registered voters. The questions focused primarily on political beliefs and the impact of the pandemic–but they also asked about people’s religious beliefs.
Half of the respondents say religion is “very important” in their lives, and more than 80 percent identify with a Christian denomination.
We take a look at a group once famous for music festivals that drew thousands.
Four years after canceling its annual Christian music festival, Life-Light organizers are turning their attention back to live events. Life-Light’s current ministry is now targeting Gen Z — the generation research suggests is the least religious yet.