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The Hispanic America: Faith, Values & Priorities study is a collaboration of American Bible Society, Barna Group, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and OneHope. The purpose of the study is to shine a light on U.S. Hispanics’ views on the Bible, language, culture, money, economics, family and sanctity of life. The study was commissioned and conducted in summer of 2012. American Bible Society Headquartered in Manhattan, the 196-year-old American Bible Society exists to make the Bible available to every person in a language and format each can understand and afford, so all people may experience its life-changing message. One of the nation’s oldest nonprofit organizations, today’s American Bible Society provides interactive, high- and low-tech resources, enabling first-time readers and seasoned theologians alike to engage with the best-selling book of all time. Barna Group Barna Group is a visionary research and resource company located in Ventura, Calif. Started in 1984, the… Read More

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    Practicing Faith

    1/3 of Hispanics qualify as “practicing Christians”

    Transforming Faith

    38% of Hispanics say their faith has greatly transformed their life

    At Church This Week

    In the last week, 40% of Hispanics have attended a church worship service

    Financial Advice

    36% of Hispanics say they would not know where to turn for financial advice

    Charismatic Gifts

    49% of Hispanics believe charismatic gifts are an active part of world today

    Church and Youth

    21% of Hispanics say churches do “very well” at influencing youth

    Bible Ownership

    87% of Hispanics own a Bible

    Family Values

    69% of Hispanics agree a child is better off if he or she has married parents

    Top 3 Concerns for Youth

    Hispanics name dropout rates, substance abuse and teen pregnancy