Last month I posted a survey of pastor’s and minister’s health. There were a total of 466 unique participants. The survey is now closed, but you can see the original post HERE. I’ll be sharing the results over the next few days. There will sometimes be two posts in one day. I’m breaking them down so no post has more than 6 questions.
In this post, I’m sharing the profile of who took the survey. Don’t miss a post. If you don’t have this blog added to your Google Reader or subscribed by email, you may want to do that at the blog to make sure you don’t miss any of these posts.
Here are the results of the first 5 questions:
A couple of observations:
- I was surprised by the large percentage of people who served longer than 16 years in ministry.
- Lots of senior pastors read my blog. (Thank you)
- The tenure in churches was shorter than I thought.
- People of all size churches read my blog. (Thank you)
- The bulk of churches were over 30 years old.
Stay tuned over the next few days. Some of the results are interesting.
If you are reading this in an email or reader program and having trouble reading the percents, go to the actual blog post HERE and you can click on each diagram for a larger image.
Anything surprising to you about the numbers so far? What do the numbers indicate about my readership?
Now to continue to part 2 of these results, click HERE.