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U.S. Church Membership Falls Below Majority for First Time (L)

 
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Post U.S. Church Membership Falls Below Majority for First Time (L) shaunbwilson
https://news.gallup.com/poll/341963/church-membership-falls-below-majority-first-time.aspx
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Pretty sure there is a clear correlation between declining church membership and the overall spiritual dearth in America.
Their data reveals that the younger the population group, the less likely they are to take membership in a church. That coincides with what I've seen first hand in our church. Unless one of our millennials was raised in the CoG, they don't see the need to take formal membership.

On a separate note, neither do our millennials like to give unless they can give to a specific cause or ministry that they "approve" of. Changing times I suppose.
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Maybe this has something to do with it.



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Wow! So 83% of church goers cannot be depended on to promote the Great Commission? What exactly then are they learning at church? No wonder evangelism is a thing of the past!
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FLron stated "What are they learning at church?

They are learning who to vote for and how to influence others to vote similar. I know because I went to one of the big church conferences. The theme of the conference was around God, Country and politics. Evangelism was not mentioned.
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shaunbwilson wrote:
Maybe this has something to do with it.

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

OUCH, that hurts
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