The present paper represents an interdisciplinary perspective and is the result of a study on the way in which free will in everyday life is uncork firstly, from a theoretical approach, and than from a practical perspective, expressed by a questionnaire.

This study was designed to examine the construct of free will and it’s relationship with faith and religiosity in everyday life, namely: the impact on one's psychological and spiritual life, at work, in society, in organizations, and from a consumer’s behaviour perspective, as well - theoretically.

For the purpose’s study, it has been used a questionnaire including 9 items with response options converted in percentages from zero percent to one hundred percent.

The data were collected from a sample of 235 participants assigned in three conditions. First condition consisted in a neutral circumstance (e.g. at fast-food, workplace, school), with 115 respondents. The second took place at a protestant church, where 70 respondents participated. And last, but not least, the third condition was represented by 50 participants, from an orthodox church.